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Abhijit Dey

Vice President, Axis Bank

Jaroslav Ton

CEO, 4Trans Factoring

Martina Čurdová

intimacy coordinator, theatre director

Karin Fuentesová

Founder & CEO, Digitoo

Jan Herget

Director, CzechTourism

Eva Horelová

Deputy Head, European Commission Representation in Czechia

Veronika Dvořáková


Veronika Dvořáková studied law, economics and journalism. She is an equity partner at HAVEL & PARTNERS, the largest law firm in Central Europe, where she is responsible for communications, marketing, CSR, ESG and leads the HAVEL & PARTNERS Training Academy. She advises the firm’s major clients on strategic marketing and crisis communications. She is dedicated to the development of relationships with women clients and last year launched the Czech-Slovak project for the support of women, NextŽeny. She is one of the TOP 100 female lawyers (Euro), the most influential women in the Czech Republic according to the Czech Forbes, and the Slovak Forbes ranked her among the 40 most important women in Slovak business. She is involved in a number of charity projects, she is on the board of the Czech Radio Foundation (Světluška, Ježíškova vnoučata). A former journalist and senior director at the Ministry of Justice, she also worked on a UN human rights project in London.

Romana Benešová

Investment Advisor

Nela Dopaňová

Founder, Fpohybu

Nela is the founder of Fpohybu, a company that helps to heal corporate culture

in more than seventy Czech and foreign companies. Together with physiotherapists, psychologists and nutritional therapists Fpohybu guides sedentary people through cleverly designed programs to incorporate movement and healthy habits into their daily routines as a way to improve their health, performance, and mental well-being. 

At her young age, Nela was shortlisted for the Amsterdam Creative Heroes Award, selected by the state of Chicago for the YTILI program for young innovative leaders in the US, and her business has been featured in Forbes and CzechCrunch.

Jana Brodani

Executive Director, Czech Capital Market Association – AKAT

Jana Brodani completed her studies at the University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of International Relations and the Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague, University of London in the UK and a French MBA postgraduate study program at the IFTG. She obtained her PhD. at the University of Economics, Faculty of Finance and Accounting. Since 2009 she has been the executive director of the Czech Capital Market Association. She is also a member of the executive board of international association European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) where she represents the Czech Republic. She is a co-author of the Commentary on the Investment Companies and Investment Funds Act and author of a number of professional publications. She initiated and participated on the preparation of the Strategy for the Capital Market Development in the Czech Republic, which was approved by the Government of the Czech Republic in 2019. At the European level, she contributes to current regulatory issues and regularly lectures at domestic and international conferences on the topics of investing of women, development of capital markets in the region of Central and Eastern Europe, retirement savings, digitalization and financing of companies.

Martina Kafková

Founder, M-ocean agency

Pavel Galík

Strategy, Sustainability & AI, Omnicom Media Group