Our company provides legal services in the Slovak Republic, with a full appreciation of the law of the European Union. In co-operation with partner law firms, we are able to cover projects realised in the Czech Republic and other countries. We specialise in business law where we have substantial expertise mainly with respect to greenfield projects, mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions, corporate law, law of contract, competition law, state aid, and employment law, as well as litigation and domestic and international arbitration. We provide our services in English, French and, of course, Slovak language.
BBC V, blok A
821 09, Bratislava
Tel: +421 252 442 181
Bencros s.r.o. is a well established rubber manufacturing company which has been in the market since 2010. We manufacture various hight quality rubber and polyethylene profiles mainly for marine industry but can provide a wide variety of other profiles according to our customers’ requirements.
Nábr. Ľ. Štúra 1173/25
956 18, Bošany
Tel: +421 38 7487 444
Fax: +421 38 7487 444
Bibby Factoring Slovakia, a.s. provides operational funding for small and medium sized companies by factoring. Factoring enables you to access the value of outstanding customer invoices before they are paid. On your request we are able to react quickly and flexibly. Financing is tailored to your needs and situation of your business. Our solutions are based primarily on the creditworthiness of your customers and the quality of the receivables. Therefore we provide solutions to companies operating briefly or funding limits not sufficient their rate of growth.
Prievozska 4D, Blok E
821 09, Bratislava
Tel: 421 232 780 056
There are three key things that set Bird & Bird apart from our competitors; our deep industry knowledge, excellence in client service and international reach. These differentiators are all underpinned by our commitment to clarity, originality and passion.
Bird & Bird\'s history stretches back to the 1830s and the firm was formally established in 1846. Even back then, the firm\'s excellence in client service and passion for key industries attracted leading innovators.
As technology allowed innovations and ideas to travel more quickly, the need to protect the ideas and innovations of its clients encouraged the firm to expand its international capabilities. Now, almost 180 years later, Bird & Bird has 23 offices across Europe, the Middle East and Asia and clients based in 118 countries worldwide.
Bird & Bird, s. r. o. T: +421 232 332 800
Apollo Business Center II
Prievozská 4D, blok E
821 09 Bratislava
Slovakia F: +421 232 332 888
O nás Staviame na vášni pre právo, znalosti trhu, dlhoročných skúsenostiach a dôvere. Baví nás sprevádzať klientov pri ich úspechoch.
Právne poradenstvo poskytujeme úspešným klientom už 22 rokov.
Advokátska kancelária BRICHTA & PARTNERS bola založená zakladajúcim partnerom JUDr. Júliusom Brichtom v roku 1990, keď zásadné spoločenské a politické zmeny umožnili slobodný výkon povolania advokáta a pod súčasným názvom vystupuje od roku 1996.
V kancelárii v súčasnosti pôsobia siedmi advokáti, další právnici-advokátsky koncipienti a podporný personál pozostávajúci z administratívnych zamestnancov, prekladateľov, asistentov a externých technických konzultantov pre oblasť priemyselných práv (vynálezov a úžitkových vzorov).
811 09, Bratislava
Tel: +421/2/52 92 33 49, +421 52 92 38 59
Fax: +421/2/52 93 11 63
We connect people with learning opportunities and creative ideas from the UK to build lasting relationships around the world. The British Council is the UK\'s international organisation for educational and cultural relations.
THE BRITISH COUNCIL IN SLOVAKIA
We meet aspirations by creating opportunities in education, English language learning and cultural exchange.
We work with our partners, both in Slovakia and in the UK, to showcase British excellence, innovation and creativity. We work for the benefit of the individual and for the mutual benefit of Britain and Slovakia.
WORKING WITH US
Association with us provides opportunities for international networking, links with British individuals and organisations, as well as opportunities for market positioning and enhancing corporate images and reputation. We work with both local and international partners.
THE BRITISH COUNCIL WORLDWIDE
In the UK the British Council is registered as a charity (not-for-profit-organisation) and operates independently from the UK government, from which we receive a grant-in-aid. The British Council has 7,500 staff in offices and teaching centres.
Our patron is Her Majesty The Queen and our Vice-Patron is His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales. The British Council opened in Slovakia in 1992.
811 01, Bratislava
Tel: 02 59 10 24 50; 02 5443 1074
Established in 1997 The British International School Bratislava is one of the longest serving international schools in Slovakia. Currently, the school educates over 760 students between the ages of 2 and 18 years from over 45 countries. BISB educates children at preschool, primary, and secondary level and it is located in Dubravka. The school follows a curriculum based on the National Curriculum of England Schools offering IGCSEs and the International Baccalaureate.The language of instruction is English and there is a comprehensive programme to support mother tongue language development in Slovak, German, French, Russian, Korean and Mandarin. School has also an accreditation by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic since 1997.
Campus and location
The British International School Bratislava is located 8 km from the city center in Dubravka, Bratislava. The school has 3 campuses: Nursery at Dolinskeho 1, Early Years Centre –at Peknikova 4, Primary and Secondary School (main building) at Peknikova 6.
About Nord Anglia Education
The BISB is a part of Nord Anglia Education (NAE), the world's leading premium schools’ organisation. This family of schools consists of more than 50 international schools located in China, Europe, Middle East, Southeast Asia and the Americas. Together, they educate more than 50,000 students from kindergarten through to the end of secondary education.
Roughly 70% of the total student body of the British International School are from expat families. The remaining 30% of the student body come from local families.
One in three Nord Anglia graduates in 2016 was accepted to one of the top 100 universities in the world as ranked by the QS World University Rankings.
The BISB is united by its philosophy, to be ambitious for its students, people and its family of schools. BISB believes there is no limit to what children can achieve.
So they encourage every student to reach for their dreams, try something new, and above all, to be ambitious.
BISB believes that:
• there is no limit to what every student can achieve
• creativity and challenge help us get better every day
• learning should be personalised to each child
• unique global opportunities enhance every student’s learning experience
- Large, light and airy classrooms with room for play as well as formal learning
- Primary library
- ICT room
- Primary Kitchen
- 6 modern, well-equipped Science labs
- 1 special ICT room with film technology
- The large library is a fabulous space with dedicated areas for IB students and a suite of computers for research, alongside shelves of books and periodicals
- 2 bubble gyms in winter
- A dance studio
- Multipurpose hall/theatre
Outdoor facilities include
- New all-weather sporting surface
- Basketball courts
- A 200 meter athletics track
- A half-size Astroturf football pitch
- A 1.296 m2 outdoor field providing a wide range of sporting opportunities including football, basketball, tennis or badminton.
- Playgrounds for the younger children are provided with high quality and stimulating play equipment
- The Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic since 1997.
- University of Cambridge International Examinations
- International Baccalaureate (IB) World School
- Council of British International Schools
The school provides a nursery, early years, primary and secondary school education. After Early Years, Key stages 1, 2 and 3 are based on the National Curriculum of England and Wales. Students then complete the two-year IGCSE programme in Years 10 and 11, followed by the IB Diploma programme in Years 12 and 13.
The school offers academic, artistic and sporting activities for students, through the Creativity, Activity & Service (CAS) programme, as well as optional courses. Activities include Model United Nations, International Award, Tanzania Expedition, JLR 4x4 in Schools competition, Young Enterprise Award, Maths and Science Challenges. The student-elected Primary and Secondary Student Councils raise funds in support of local charitable initiatives.
Student academic achievement
For the 10th year running, the British International School Bratislava students' results have exceeded the UK average for IGCSEs (International GCSE) with 87% students achieving 5A*- C grades compared to the UK average of 71%.
42.7% of all IGCSE grades (10-11) achieved by the British International School Bratislava students were at the highest levels of A* or A. This is 22 % higher than the 2017 UK average of 21.7 %.
BISB students have outperformed the IB global average in the last years. Students' scores on the IB Diploma averaged 33, compared to the 2017/2018 global average of 29.78 points. 7% of students scored 40 points and above.
Nord Anglia students are connected through Global Campus, an initiative which uses online communities to connect students with their international counterparts. This helps students develop a global perspective and a network of friends around the world. The program offers a wide range of activities undertaken in school, online or at destinations around the world.
The Juilliard School
In February 2015, Nord Anglia Education and The Juilliard School announced a global collaboration to enhance performing arts education for students in grades K-12. The program includes an embedded curriculum along with continued support and engagement with Juilliard alumni and affiliated artists. It also includes professional development for teachers, a summer school and private lessons. The curriculum was rolled out in the British International School Bratislava in September 2016.
The curriculum focuses on key works of music, dance and drama.
CEO of Nord Anglia Education, Andrew Fitzmaurice, has criticized today's education for focusing too much on league tables and wants to "inspire children to engage with all their studies and develop a love of learning" through the Juilliard collaboration.
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
In May 2016, Nord Anglia Education announced a global collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on STEAM subjects for K-12 students. The collaboration will develop a new approach to implement science, technology, engineering, visual arts, and mathematics program across 42 Nord Anglia schools worldwide.Core to the collaboration is the reflection of MIT's philosophy of 'Mens et Manus', 'mind and hand', which calls for a hands-on approach to problem solving. Students will learn directly from lecturers and students at MIT.STEAM discipline teachers at Nord Anglia will also benefit from unique professional development opportunities through annual workshops and ongoing training with MIT staff, hosted by the MIT MuseumThe CEO of Nord Anglia Education, Andrew Fitzmaurice, said that the collaboration with MIT is intended to help students build skills for the 21st century. He has also said that subjects traditionally taught in school do not necessarily give the knowledge and skills needed in an ever-changing world and the greatest discoveries in our century exist at the cross-section of subjects, citing MIT's groundbreaking cancer research using nanotechnology to destroy cancer cells.
The curriculum was rolled out in the British International School Bratislava in September 2018.
J.Valašťana Dolinského 1
841 02, Bratislava
Tel: T: +421 2 6930 7081, M: +421 905 773 632
Retail and wholesale,
London based children’s clothes designed with love, respect for the environment and attention to detail and quality.
Created by Dasha Stroffekova, this children’s clothes brand has gained popularity from London as well as Slovak buyers. Dasha holds a degree from the Kensington and Chelsea Fashion College and earned a Development Award from The Prince Trust. Her clothes are made with the help of older women in her village who hand crochet the motifs on the dresses. For many, this employment has been a lifeline and has averted loneliness, boredom and helped them to regain confidence. The clothes are sold via multiple e-shops.
9 Jerdan Place
Tel: 0044 79465 90987