Starting a company or investment in Bulgaria, as in any other EU country, has its pros and cons. The Covid-19 pandemic has led the world to an unprecedented economic crisis. Therefore, your doubts about how such a business decision could be justified are completely vindicated. But we will try to
Israel‘s doors are open to collaboration with Bulgaria. Shimon Peres Bulgaria – ultimate safety for your business and your investments Rapid sustainable growth The Bulgarian economy has been growing rapidly and its exports are booming. The business-friendly environment in the country and its well educated workforce has been major attraction
Bulgaria is becoming an increasingly attractive target for large business companies and organizations. However, more and more Russians, British, Japanese, Chinese, Americans are settling permanently with their families in Bulgaria. Many of them decide to start a business in our country. For them, basically, we wrote this “manual”. Step No.
Although new industrial projects are being implemented in Bulgaria, foreign investors do not miss out on their concerns and inconveniences. These are observations over the years that hinder their activity. Such as labor market imbalances and infrastructure problems. Austrian companies – foreign investor #2 Austrian companies are among the most
With Bulgaria joining the EU in 2007, the country has become an even more attractive place to do business and opening a company. The low flat income tax of 10%, the strategic geographic position and the foreseeable financial policy of the country, attract more and more investors. For example, in
This is an article that uses information from material published on the official website of the British government www.gov.uk. In it, the subjects of Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain has been informed extensively about the possible business risks in Bulgaria if they decide to make a company in