“Just ten years ago, I had this dream of building up a Czech Siemens, but we are not living in the 19th century and trees no longer grow all the way to the sky,” he says. “So just a few years ago, in my 70s, I too started to play the game like a young start-up.”
We have an exciting news article about the CEO of TESCAN, Jaroslav Klima, and his incredible journey in building the company from scratch. Klima’s passion for electron microscopy, despite the challenges of a communist regime and limited resources, led him to success. He shares his dream of building a Czech Siemens and how he organically grew the company into a fleet of electron microscopes. Even in his 70s, he continued to play the game like a young start-up, eventually selling the business to an investor for future growth. To learn more about Klima’s inspiring story and enduring passion for microscopy, check out the full article by Dr Rebecca Pool in the Wiley Analytical Science news.