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Free for CIBCA members
Guests: 200czk

Wine and Poetry Evening, Thursday 18th February, 19:00

Join CIBCA Members and Guests after work for a relaxed, informal evening of Irish, Czech and International poetry in a cosy atmosphere, accompanied by wine and canapés.

We encourage you to bring along and recite your favourite poetry, including original poems.

This year we have a selection of wonderful prizes including book vouchers for the following categories: Best original poem, best Czech poem, best recited poem, best Irish poem (in English or Irish) & most entertaining poem.

Everyone who recites a poem will also be entered into a special prize draw.

RSVP
To confirm your attendance, please email rsvp@cibca.cz no later than Tuesday 16th February. Please include the title/author of your chosen poem(s).


About Us:

The Czech Irish Business Association was founded in 1995 as a non-profit organisation. Its purpose is to provide a networking platform for Irish, Czech and international friends of the Irish community in the Czech Republic. The generous donation of our sponsors enable us to arrange business, social and cultural events throughout the year, which aim to be informative as well as entertaining. They also offer our members a great opportunity to meet, whether for business or pleasure, and provide a networking platform for new members.

In 2012, CIBA became CIBCA, the Czech Irish Business and Cultural Association. The change of name reflects that as well as being a platform for business for the Irish and international communities in the Czech Republic, CIBCA understands that culture has always been very important for the Irish Community and is dedicated to providing, and supporting, cultural events in the Czech Republic. CIBCA also supports and raises funds for various charities in the Czech Republic.


How to join:

Trziste 13,
118 00
Praha 1.

+420 257 199 621

IČO: 62941488
DIČ: CZ62941488

1978573319 / 0800

Patrons:
The Ambassador of Ireland to the Czech Republic,
The Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Ireland

You can join CIBCA in person at any event, or by filling in the contact form below.

Annual Membership Fee:
Individual: 700czk
Family: 1,400czk
Corporate: 7,500czk

Membership is valid for twelve months.

7 + 5 =

Benefits: Free attendance for up to 3 people at Corporate Business Mixers (quarterly) (either CIBCA or with other Chambers)
Promotion on our quarterly newsletter (logo plus link to website)
Interview / specific promotion on CIBCA Newsletter
Discounted / free entrance for all CIBCA events (excluding St Patrick’s Day Gala Charity Ball)
Link on CIBCA Website


Charity Partners:

Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) charity is a Christian voluntary organisation, working with poor and disadvantaged people.

CESTA DOMŮ (The Homecoming) provides expert care to terminally ill persons and to their caregivers.

Acorus provides assistence to victims of domestic violence and aids the return to normal life without violence.


Culture:

Prague Hibernians is a Gaelic football club in Prague.


Committee:

Phillip Russell

President

 

Assumpta Griffin

Vice-President

 

Ladislav Muller

Honorary Secretary

 

Christine Logan

Communications Officer

 

Denis McCarthy

Treasurer

 

Marcus Bradshaw

Webmaster

 


Corporate Members and Friends

Aer Lingus

Enterprise Ireland

Jurys Inn Prague

bvp Braun Partners

BOII Partners

Galeria Jakobska

Kilcullen Kapital Partners

Crown Relocations

Hilton Prague

Kingspan

Deloitte

Hilton Prague Old Town

Plzensky Prazdroj