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The week: Finally, some money for the cities

The week: Finally, some money for the cities

Money for the regions, Mud for political enemies, Solar for our neighbors


DEMOBAZA: Bulgarian clothes for Hollywood artists

DEMOBAZA: Bulgarian clothes for Hollywood artists

Teodora Alexandrova and Dimitar Sulev based their fashion brand in Bulgaria, but produce clothes for the biggest stars in Hollywood




The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The 1989 of Bulgarian Football, Economy slows down, The ups&downs of Burgas


What if your business data was stored in an American cloud instead of a European one?

What if your business data was stored in an American cloud instead of a European one?

A new EU rule that aims to strengthen digital sovereignty may put smaller European companies relying on the US tech giants at risk


Visiting Neo, then Tar: the cinematic paintings of Boryana Ilieva

Visiting Neo, then Tar: the cinematic paintings of Boryana Ilieva

Ilieva, known for her Floor Plan Croissant project, creates watercolors based on film sets, which has made her a phenomenon in the film industry


The week: Bulgaria's coal reckoning - this is not the 80's

The week: Bulgaria's coal reckoning - this is not the 80's

Why Stara Zagora is no Yorkshire, what the hell is happening on the housing market and a Bright Mind


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


A small victory in the battle to save rose oil

A small victory in the battle to save rose oil

A working group in the EU Council removed a controversial clause that required the strict regulation of essential oils as chemicals, but the final text of the legislation still pends approval


How Bulgaria’s pop stars started fighting the "gender" wars

How Bulgaria’s pop stars started fighting the "gender" wars

Although Bulgarian music often imitates Western trends, in recent times revered artists have tried to reconnect with their audiences by demonstrating mistrust in democracy and liberal values


Agropolychim to double nitrogen fertilizer production with 250 million euro investment

Agropolychim to double nitrogen fertilizer production with 250 million euro investment

The Devnya-based plant will increase its capacity to 1.5 million tons in five years



The week: Some lessons from Romania, handshakes in Parliament, and a call to people who love cities

The week: Some lessons from Romania, handshakes in Parliament, and a call to people who love cities

K Insights newsletter: 21/04


Confronting the end of village schools through art

Confronting the end of village schools through art

Young Bulgarian architects aspire to leave their mark at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023 with a bold project depicting the consequences of depopulation