In the seventh part of the PFI Talks podcast spoke Pavel Mucha, the founding partner of the Enern investment group, which is behind successful projects such as Dámejídlo, Slevomat, Rohlík, Docplanner and others. Pavel Mucha talked about how to provide development capital and acquire a business share, the importance of sympathy between Enern and project founders, or the ideal form of a business model. Pavel Mucha will also tell you about his views on the Covid-19 era and the opportunities it has brought. At the same time, he will point out changes in the ways of consuming services and thinking of our society.
Interview in Czech language
Shorter interview in English language
Pavel Mucha – Founding Partner /Enern/
After completing his studies at the University of Economics in Prague in 1999, Pavel Mucha plunged into the world of technology and pioneering projects. Until 2001, he worked for Aliatel, which was one of the first companies in the Czech Republic to compete with the state telecommunications monopoly. Subsequently, he moved to the consulting company McKinsey and from 2007 he ran the Internet portal Centrum for two years. He has been with the Enern since its inception in 2010. In his spare time, in addition to distance learning at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, he began learning to play the piano.