Prague Convention Bureau Names Roman Muška New Director

roman muskaRoman Muška has been named the director of the Prague Convention Bureau, following the decision by former director Lenka Jarošová to step down at the end of 2015.

Muška, who has worked in the MICE field since 1996, has served in AIMS International and AIM Group International in finance, sales and project management (PCO / DMC). Most recently, he was the country manager of the Prague branch of AIM Group International. From 2013 he was a member, and from spring 2015 the first vice president of the PCB Board of Directors.

Roman Muška assumes the position of managing director with the objective of meeting the PCB's long-term strategic goals, such as attracting a larger number of international meetings in Prague, building a positive image of Prague as an attractive convention destination abroad, and raising awareness about the congress industry and its economic and non-economic impact in the Czech Republic.

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