Avast is one of the largest security companies in the world using next-gen technologies to fight cyber attacks in real time. We differ from other next-gen companies in that we have an immense cloud-based machine learning engine that receives a constant stream of data from our hundreds of millions of users, which facilitates learning at unprecedented speeds and makes our artificial intelligence engine smarter and faster than anyone else’s.

Komerční banka (“KB”) is a major Czech bank and the parent company of KB Group, a member of the Société Générale international financial group. KB is a universal bank providing a wide range of services in retail, corporate and investment banking complemented by specialized financial services produced by KB’s subsidiaries or other SG Group companies. KB Group operates in the Czech Republic and also provides services to corporate clients in Slovakia. It serves more than 1.6 million customers in 399 branches.

The French Institute in Prague was originally conceived as a real university and is now a multidisciplinary cultural centre: it is a living place that takes many forms, it is a centre of French teaching, a place of cultural events, a cultural partner and a platform for cultural gatherings. Its goal: to bring contemporary French culture closer, to host extraordinary projects, to introduce bold and innovative works, to initiate meetings between Czech and French artists, to develop ever-fruitful relations between the two countries with a strong cultural tradition.

DEFEND INSURANCE GROUP, is a leading provider of additional insurance products for vehicles, focusing on extended warranty, GAP insurance and S.M.A.R.T. insurance. Since 2012, the company has the status of Coverholder at Lloyd’s and is entitled to conclude and manage insurance contracts on behalf of Lloyd’s in the Czech Republic on the basis of binding authorisation.

Asahi’s business portfolio includes alcoholic beverages, soft drinks and food business Asahi is the largest of the four major beer brewers in Japan, followed in response to a maturing domestic Japanese beer market, Asahi broadened its geographic footprint and business portfolio inorganically through the acquisition of highly coveted beer businesses in Western Europe and Central Eastern Europe. This has resulted in Asahi having a large market share in many European countries including Czechia, Poland, Romania, and Italy.