Cities

SOFIA:

Sofia is the largest and the capital city of Bulgaria. The city’s strategic location and comprehensive talent pool really makes it one of the best locations to do business and invest.

It is the market size of Sofia that has attracted many international business leaders in several sectors such as financial services, electronics, Information Technology, telecommunications, utilities and many more. Sofia is the most important economic centre of Bulgaria and is home to some of the most renowned international companies.

Sofia has investment opportunities in almost all its three – primary, secondary and tertiary sectors. But being a service oriented city, it has plenty of opportunities in the tertiary sector. It is now being seen as an outsourcing destination. Some of the sectors worth investing Sofia include the construction, trade and transport sector. As it is a service oriented economy there are tremendous opportunities for investors to invest in sectors such as financial services, business services and others.

 

VARNA:

Varna region has a favorable geographic location, a significant natural bio-climatic potential, a seaside outlet, highly productive arable land, well developed infrastructure, a huge economic and human potential, all of them accounting for some real chances of prosperity and steady development in the region.

The main sectors characteristic of the regional economic structure are: port operations, navigation, ship repair services, tourism, chemical industry, machine building, textiles, foodstuffs, furniture manufacturing, construction and agriculture.

Economically, Varna is among the best-performing and fastest-growing Bulgarian cities.

Local universities:

  • University of Economics and College of Tourism
  • Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy
  • Technical University and Varna College
  • Prof. Paraskev Stoyanov Medical University and Medical College
  • Chernorizets Hrabar Varna Free University

 

BOURGAS:

Burgas is the fourth largest city in Bulgaria, situated in the south-eastern part of the country. In spite of the concentration of a large industrial conglomerate around Burgas, the conditions are created for serious changes in people’s environmental culture, the protection and development of environment. Burgas is a part of the Union of the European towns for sustainable development. The environmental program of Burgas provides for the implementation of many projects of local, national and international importance, related to waste management, air monitoring, environmental management, environmental education, biological diversity protection, protected areas management, etc. The „Greener Burgas“ project has given Burgas not only representation, but contributed its becoming a contemporary, green and well-tended town. Its partnership with Rotterdam Holland, Gomel Byelorussia, Zaporozie Ukraine, Alexandrupolis Greece creates new opportunities for investment and development. On the territory of Burgas municipality there are 2 universities and 4 colleges comprising more than 6200 Bulgarian and foreign students.