Businessman and investor Jiri Havelka has been active in information technology since the early 1990s. He is one of the co-founders of Computer Press in Brno (from 1994 to 2005 he was Chief Executive Officer) or the first internet store in Vltava.cz. In recent years, he has been an investor, he is also publishing articles in the field of information technology. He is a co-founder, current partner and managing director of Kiwi.com, a global player in aviation with revenues of more than a billion euros a year.
The fastest growing Central European company had its first sales five years ago, and today it is a global giant. How did we manage incredibly fast growth in Kiwi.com? What obstacles do such a fast growing company come across? Is it possible to avoid them? What can you hinder your growth and how to fight it?