Brothers Jaroslav Michael Pařík and Marko Pařík are founders of United Bakeries Group operating in food processing industry. They have restored family entrepreneurial tradition disrupted at home by accession of communism in 1948.
During the 1st republic, the plant for production of diesel engines and agricultural machines Slavia/Bří Paříkové in Napajedla was very well known name even far from our borders.
Till today, there can be found functioning pumps from Napajedla plant in Egypt. Both brothers’ grandfather and Jan Baťa have taken turns and performed the function of chairman of Union of Industrialists.
Jaroslav Michael and Marko’s father was forced by communists to give up the plant employing 800 employees and family villa. The family with two little sons left the country in 1948. They have found they new home in France.