After years of constant growth, revenue fell in 2020 due to the pandemic
Ten years ago, business collapsed as a result of the global financial crisis; survivors now enter into a new hard season By Tedy Vasileva
Capacity expansion boosted Bulgarian companies’ revenues last year but the slump in global automotive production will hit 2020 results
Investment projects worth 1.3 billion levs were announced last year, up 500 million levs on 2018
The biggest companies in the sector continued growing in 2018, with total revenue exceeding 8 billion levs
Exporters and retailers again hired most employees
Bulgaria has an unprecedented opportunity to attract a major car maker
Ideal Standard’s businesses in Sevlievo are focusing on growth after being acquired by Anchorage Capital earlier this year.
The business of the 100 largest Bulgarian companies has expanded by a third in 10 years, the 2018 edition of Capital Top 100 ranking shows, with production facilities being the motors of growth.
The business of the 50 fastest-growing companies expands by 47% on average in 2017.
The one hundred companies with the highest number of employees created over 8,500 new jobs last year. Export industries led the rise again but domestically oriented companies also reported growth.
Bulgaria’s labor market is struggling with a lack of workforce and increased labor cost