12-th Annual Government Meets the Business
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Всеки петък икономически анализ и коментар на текущите събития от седмицата.
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K1 Средата (политическа, макроикономическа регулаторна правна)
K2 Бизнесът (пазари, продукти, конкуренция, мениджмънт)
K3 Моят капитал (лични финанси, свободно време, образование, извън бизнеса).

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12-th Annual Government Meets the Business

12-th Annual Government Meets the Business

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The event

The Big Questions for 2018

Will Bulgaria achieve sustainable growth while losing human capital?
How can the Bulgarian economy be more attractive to those working abroad?


Although the Bulgarian economy has continued to register sustainable growth in recent months, businesses are faced up with a serious challenge that has a strong potential to curb future growth — a shortage of people. This lack of available human resources has been felt by a continually growing number of sectors of the economy. The huge number of Bulgarians who emigrated in the last 15 years has left a gaping hole on the labour market — a problem further exacerbated by the continually deteriorating demographic situation and non-competitive education in the country.

Without being able to hire workers and employees, companies will be forced to put their investments on hold and curb future plans for expansion and growth. Today, talent hunting plays out on a truly global scale and can put a spoke in the wheels of further economic growth.

By way of tradition, the annual meeting of businesses and the government will bring together key government officials and the owners of the largest companies in Bulgaria.
They will have an opportunity to discuss both government policies and the business strategies that can help reverse this negative trend.

The meeting will take place at the beginning of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union — an opportune moment for Bulgaria putting forth proposals for amending Community regulations and policies in order to safeguard its interest.
 
When and where: January 30, Sofia Hotel Balkan

Deadline for registration: January 26

Participation fee:
 360 euro incl. 20% VAT

Representatives of the media can access the event with preliminary registration only.
For more information, please contact us at [email protected]

Speakers

Rumen Radev

Rumen Radev

President of the Republic of Bulgaria

Boyko Borissov

Boyko Borissov

Prime Minister of Republic of Bulgaria

Tomislav Donchev

Tomislav Donchev

Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria

Vladislav Goranov

Vladislav Goranov

Ministry of Finance of Republic of Bulgaria

Biser Petkov

Biser Petkov

Minister of Labor and Social Policy

Dimitar Radev

Dimitar Radev

Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank

Guntram B. Wolff

Guntram B. Wolff

Director, Bruegel

Ivan Krastev

Ivan Krastev

Chairman, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Researcher, Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences in Vienna, Founder and member, European Council on Foreign Relations

Rosen Plevneliev

Rosen Plevneliev

President of the Republic of Bulgaria 2012 – 2017

Dietmar Dumlich

Dietmar Dumlich

Head of Division Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey, EIB

Mark Robinson

Mark Robinson

CEE Research Specialist, Colliers International

Xavier Marcenac

Xavier Marcenac

Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors, TELUS International Europe

Shaun Bosch

Shaun Bosch

General Manager, ALC Bulgaria

Program

Tickets

Fee per 1 attendee 704 BGN В наличност 2018-01-30T00:00:00 704 BGN VAT included
Fee per 1 attendee
Registration

Contacts

Event Department

Phone: +359 2 4615 370

E-mail: [email protected]
For invoicing information:

Phone: + 359 2 4615 458

E-mail: [email protected]
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