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Marketing Mix of a Company
Koblerová, Eliška ; Bittnerová, Alice Hemerková (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
The topic of bachelor thesis is „Marketing mix of a company“. Thesis is divided into three main chapters. First chapter includes theory. The second chapter processes current situation in the company using marketing analyses. Third chapter shows my suggestions for improvement, which are created from the acquired information from previous chapters. These are suggestions for a changes of marketing mix.
Reuse of treated wastewater in paper and textile industry
Matysíková, Jana ; Vachovec, Roman (referee) ; Hlavínek, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with Advanced oxidation processes (AOP) and its aplication for textile wastewaters treatment and reuse. AOP is a modern technology which currently recieves increased attention due to it´s high efficiency in removing resistant and hardly-degradable pollution. Thesis consists of search and practical part. Search part is created by three chapters. First chapter describe briefly wastewater reuse. The second chapter deals with Advanced oxidation processes. AOP principle, AOP division and descriotion is included with the strong focus on the ozonation technology. The third chapter presents the textile industry and its wastewaters. The practical part of this thesis consists of two chapters. Chapter 5 describes testing of textile wastewaters decoloration by ozonation in the selected textile copany and its results. This results are used in chapter 6. Chapter 6 is the study of textile industry treatment and reuse in the selected textile company. This study contains the design of two options for wastewater treatment and reuse in the textile processes.
The Museum of the Textile Industry in Brno
Lužný, Jiří ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The diploma thesis task: The aim of this diploma thesis is the design proposal of the Museum's textile industry of the former Vlněna factory on Přízová street in Brno. Textile industry was the engine of Brno development in the period of industrialization. Brno is often called the Moravian Manchester. In this English city it is visible found how much attention is devoted to the history of this industrial heritage and inspiration can be found for the design of Technology Museum. This thesis will build on the work in the preceding semester focused on urban-architectural solution of a city block with a former textile factory, in context with development of the South Center of Brno.
Pešková, Lucie ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Master's thesis is focused on conversion of former textile-industry area located in Brno-Obřany. The aim of the thesis was to build a new textile museum within the area’s landmark, former cotton mill, and to revive the whole surrounding area for both the locals and tourists. The exceptionality of this place lies on the industrial atmosphere and uniqueness of the island, on which the whole area spreads out. I achieved the overall program of the area through detailed analysis of neighbourhood and it’s needs and possibilities, as well as I studied the programs of successful textile museums worldwide. The project revives the whole island area; in contrast to the industrial history, the area is widely covered with green vegetation and adjusted as a leisure park. Besides a textile museum, there is also a great hall, an energy exposition with original Kaplan turbine, a cyclo-point and a snack bar.
Production of the "Cooling Roller"
Kafka, Ondřej ; Prokeš, Tomáš (referee) ; Kalivoda, Milan (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is propose a complete production process of the cooling roller manufacturing assembly, starting with the proposal of semi-finished products for production, individual production steps to the completion of the whole assembly and his final inspection. The work will focus mainly on machining operations, which will be described and specified in detail.
Museum of Industrial Heritage in the Site of Old Textil Factory
Horáková, Terezie ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The factory premises of the former factory OP Prostějov is the challenge for the future generations how to appraise today unused buildings which were build in 1950's. My design is counting with formation of new part of town, which disposes with centralizing the town-hall administration in one place allowing simple moving between individual authorities. Next there is designed the habitation as the small flats for old people and also big flats with interesting view. In some buildings there is designed the business incubator and in other building there is even the school. There are all facilities, services and leisure activities provided in the area. The Museum of Industrial Heritage is located in the middle of all events. It has three parts - exhibition, auditorium and deposit with administration. The old heating plant nearby is used as library and médiatheque with archives in connection with the museum. Shops, restaurants and other services are placed around.
Development of thermal a acoustic insulations based on secondary raw sources from textil industry
Kosturová, Andrea ; Třísko, Pavel (referee) ; Zach, Jiří (advisor)
The objective of the presented diploma thesis is to evaluate the influence of modification on surface layer of products with their base structure from organical fibers and on the ability to resist increased humidity. Emphasis is puted on the description of humidity propagation in fiber materials ant he approximation of secondary waste from the textile industry as a potencional material for thermal insulation. The end of the theoretical part focuses on the types of possible surface treatment to prevent the ingress water into the structure of the material. The practical part verifies the selected type of modification of the surface layer of three materials choosen as test ensemble. After applying surface treatment, the effect of treatment on humidity sensitivity and water absorption was assessed. The determination of the thermal conductivity coefficient, the short-term absorption at partial immersion and the determination of the sorption humidity were made.
Odpovědné zadávání veřejných zakázek: výzvy a praxe v České republice
Pijáčková, Veronika
This bachelor thesis deals with responsible public procurement. Responsible public procurement is a current trend in public procurement. This approach emphasises the application of criteria of quality aimed at socially and environmentally responsible criteria and innovation. Using this approach, a public tender can become a tool for applying sustainability principles and addressing problems at regional, local or municipal level. Applying the principles of responsible public procurement allows contracting authorities to use evaluation criteria other than the lowest tender price and to target solutions to problems identified by the contracting authorities themselves in their habitat or institution. As this is a recent trend within Czech public administration, the thesis aims to first conduct literary research focused on this issue. The practical part of the thesis is to identify the attitudes of public sector actors towards the concept and application of responsible public procurement at first. This was conducted by semi-structured interviews followed by analysis of insights gained from respondent´s knowledge, attitude, practice and potential barriers of application. Aim of the second part of the practical part is to create a case study of good practice involving sustainable public procurement criteria, i.e. carry out a public tender followed by evaluation of the gained experience.
The phenomenon of Slow fashion in contemporary Czechia
Hoang, Thuy Duong ; Lánský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Hyánková, Tereza (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the phenomenon of slow fashion movement created as a reaction to the development of today's fashion industry. The first part explains the term fast fashion, its main features, business models that lead to its creation such as outsourcing and its social and environmental impacts. Moreover, it deals with the gradual infiltration of sustainability into the fashion industry and the subsequent emergence of slow fashion. Based on qualitative research in the form of semi- structured interviews, the practical part examines specific Czech slow fashion brands. The research primarily analyses the motivation of the founders behind building the selected brands, the approach of these companies to the production and distribution of their products and their overall attitude towards today's fashion. KEYWORDS fast fashion, slow fashion, sustainable fashion, textile industry, consumerism

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