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A mountain school

A mountain school

Vocational school for mountain guides in the village of Cherni Osam offers the country's only mountain-related specialty



The week: How hard is it to buy trains?

The week: How hard is it to buy trains?

The train won't be coming, The free electricity market neither, And the new Constitution is a mess


Jun Young-Jun, CEO of Hyundai E&C: We Will Engage 10,000 Workers for the New Reactors at the Kozloduy NPP

Jun Young-Jun, CEO of Hyundai E&C: We Will Engage 10,000 Workers for the New Reactors at the Kozloduy NPP

"Securing competitive financing will be crucial for the success of the project," says the CEO of the Korean company in an interview


UK-based Juniper Education acquires Bulgaria’s Shkolo

UK-based Juniper Education acquires Bulgaria’s Shkolo

The educational management platform will continue to operate independently


The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

The week: What a pyrolysis installation in Plovdiv teaches us about trust and business

Corruption is bad for business, Tony Blair is here to help and NATO steps in for the infrastructure



Economic Trends That Will Impact Bulgaria in 2024

Economic Trends That Will Impact Bulgaria in 2024

Four leading Bulgarian economists highlight the most significant trends of 2023.


IT entrepreneur Vasil Terziev is the new Sofia mayor. What does he propose?

IT entrepreneur Vasil Terziev is the new Sofia mayor. What does he propose?

His program suggests reforms geared towards transformation of Sofia's governance and infrastructure


The week: A very sudden twist

The week: A very sudden twist

Slapping Russia in the face, Borissov is not corrupt, Open-air teaching gets a boost


A Russian Oligarch’s Son and his Plovdiv Odyssey: Part I

A Russian Oligarch’s Son and his Plovdiv Odyssey: Part I

Anton Zingarevich, the son of a Russian billionaire, has reduced several sports clubs worldwide to ruin. Now Botev Plovdiv is on the line.



The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

The week: More than one storm brewing in the Black Sea, Brussels’ pressure and TurkStream revelations

Bulgaria, where natural catastrophes meet ungovernability


The week: How to revive the cities, 3 trends to follow, Varna’s polluted beaches

The week: How to revive the cities, 3 trends to follow, Varna’s polluted beaches

K Insights newsletter 01/09


Marc Stockli, Entrepreneurs' Organization: A successful entrepreneur must be adaptable to change

Marc Stockli, Entrepreneurs' Organization: A successful entrepreneur must be adaptable to change

The Global Chairman of the Entrepreneurs' Organization speaks of the challenges leaders face


Immigration instead of integration: where are the Roma and why it matters (part II)

Immigration instead of integration: where are the Roma and why it matters (part II)

Between 40 and 50% of the country's Roma community now work abroad, bringing money into the country - but the state does not care


The week: No one wants to work in the government, Geshev is finally out, and tons of water are in

The week: No one wants to work in the government, Geshev is finally out, and tons of water are in

K Insights newsletter 16/06


Federico Menna, EIT Digital: We are actively looking for companies in Eastern Europe

Federico Menna, EIT Digital: We are actively looking for companies in Eastern Europe

We are discussing opening an office in Sofia, says the new CEO of EIT Digital


The week: The worst-case post-election scenario, a sock company leaves, Bulgarian football rulers refuse to

The week: The worst-case post-election scenario, a sock company leaves, Bulgarian football rulers refuse to

K Insights newsletter 30/04