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Evaluation of the Financial Situation of the Company and Proposals for its Improvement
Baracskaiová, Nikol ; Bočková, Nina (referee) ; Žižlavský, Ondřej (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the evaluation of the financial situation of the company XY s.r.o. in the years 2015–2019. The theoretical part deals with selected methods and indicators of financial analysis. In the analytical part, individual indicators are calculated, described, and graphically represented and the results are compared with a competing company. The last part is focused on the overall evaluation of the financial analysis and presents proposals for improving the financial situation of the company.
Development of a Small Family Business
Nymburská, Barbora ; Bočková, Nina (referee) ; Koráb, Vojtěch (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the development of a small family winery in Strachotín under the Pálava Protected Landscape Area. The intention of this work is to analyze the current state of the company and its surroundings, and on this basis to propose specific forms of development, especially concerning marketing activities and expansion of services.
Impacts of the government´s decision to intervene in fare pricing policies within passenger railway transportation. Comparison between Czech and Slovak markets.
Lofaj, Jakub ; Tomáš,, Gnap (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
The subject of the diploma´s thesis is the comparison of the particular private rail transport policies in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. There are specific, both economic and non-economic impacts of a free fare in Slovakia and slightly different policy of fare discounts in the Czech Republic, identified and consequently analyzed in the thesis. Comparative analysis between both policies is conducted right after. All the impacts are measured and evaluated in the context of particular government budgets, both national and private railway transporters and different segments of users, who are mostly affected by the movement. The analysis of these extraordinary government policies is conducted based on selected publicly available indicators and data from several different sources (official statistics, agreements, annual reports, tariffs comparison, financial statements, granted subsidies etc.).
Evaluation of the Financial Situation in the Company and Proposals to its improvement
Zatloukalová, Štěpánka ; Bočková, Nina (referee) ; Fojtů, Kateřina (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis deals with the evaluation of the selected company during the years 2015 to 2019. Evaluation is based on methods and indicators of the financial analysis, which are particularly described in the theoretical part. The theoretical information is implicated for the particular company in the practical part of the thesis. Finally, based on the findings, there are suggested recommendations for improvement of the financial situation.
Economic Aspects of Process Innovation in an Enterprise
Bilík, Adam ; Gregor, Ondřej (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
The presented bachelor thesis deals with the assessment of selected economic aspects of the established process innovation in the field of production digitalization in the selected company. The economic benefits of innovation for the company were formulated on the basis of the economic indicators results evaluation. The analysis and evaluation of the implemented process innovation in a broader context clearly shows that the specific process innovation in the field of production digitalization has become a significant benefit for the company, as it has a positive impact on the company as well as on its employees and future direction. Digitization in general thus represents a clear trend that the analysed society intends to continue.
Possibilities of financing innovations in Small and Medium Enterprises
Vavrys, Ondřej ; Čuperová, Lenka (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
The subject of bachelor thesis „Possibilities of financing innovations in Small and Medium Enterprises“ is a description of thoughtful product innovation and suggestions of possible ways of financing it. In the theoretical part of the thesis terms related to innovation and possibilities of financing business activities are explained. The practical part is focused on the characteristics of the selected company and the proposal of financing the intended Innovation. The conclusion contains an evaluation and a proposal for solving the problem.
The impact of innovation activities on the foreign trade of the company ŽĎAS, a.s.
Jančárová, Miroslava ; Žižlavský, Ondřej (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the impact of innovative activities for foreign trade of ŽĎAS, a.s.. The theoretical part defines terms in innovation, research, development and foreign trade. The practical part specifies the technical innovations of the company and their impacts on foreign trade. The dependence of research and development expenditure incurred with sales from selling their own products abroad, ROA, ROE, ROS and with quality of production. The dependence of sales from foreign trade to enterprise on the number of employees of the company are measured. At the end of the work, the results and proposed recommendations for the development of the company are evaluated.
Development of a Small Family Business
Šimčík, Michael ; Bočková, Nina (referee) ; Koráb, Vojtěch (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the development of the family business Vinařství Výmola in the village of Mikulčice in South Moravia in connection with the growing labor demand for the operation of the company. At the beginning of the work, analyzes are determined and described, which are then applied to the market in which the company operates and to the company itself. The implementation of the development of the company is scheduled in the design part.
R&D support: the way how to increase enterprises’ competitiveness
Bočková, Nina ; Dohnal, Mirko (referee) ; Duspiva, Pavel (referee) ; Motyčková, Monika (referee) ; Meluzín, Tomáš (advisor)
This dissertation investigates the possibilities of increased use of direct and indirect support for R&D in small and medium-sized companies operating in branches of the manufacturing industry in the Czech Republic and specialising in the production of computers and electronic and optical instrumentation and equipment. The choice of the topic of this work was motivated by personal experience in a field in which companies either have not had enough information to take advantages of subsidies for research and development or have had negative experience relating to applications for direct support for research and development. These facts have presented obstacles to the realisation of research and development in corporate practice. The aim of this dissertation is to propose a methodology for the use of available tools in support for research and development in the Czech Republic and its verification against real data from selected companies. Data from primary and secondary research was used to investigate the selected area of academic knowledge. A questionnaire investigation was performed on the basis of knowledge obtained from detailed research of Czech and foreign literary sources. The respondents were companies in the electronic industry. The dissertation presents the results of empirical research and an assessment of research questions relating to a comparison of a selected sample of companies actively realising research and development with companies engaged merely in production with no innovative processes. On the basis of questionnaire processing and the testing of research questions, a methodology was created for small and medium-sized companies with the use of fuzzy logic facilitating decision-making in the financing of research and development activities with the use of direct and indirect support. Use of the proposed methodology will allow companies to expand sources of financing for the innovation process as an essential part of the competitive battle in the industry in question. The methodology is a significant aid for strategic decision-making in small and medium-sized companies considering the introduction of research, development and innovation. Benefits of this dissertation can be seen not merely on the theoretical and practical level, but also in the area of education.
Confectioner's Bussines Plan
Velová, Petra ; Rompotl, Jaroslav (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
The aim of this Bachelor's thesis is to propose a business plan for opening a cake shop in Mladá Boleslav. The Bachelor's thesis elaborates theoretical background of business plan, the analysis of current market situation and the business plan itself.

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