The managing body of the Operational Program "Innovations and Competitiveness" 2014-2020 (OPIC MA) plans to announce on May 11, 2020 a procedure for the selection of projects "Supporting micro and small enterprises to overcome the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic ".
Despite the difficulties arising around the global pandemic, the world is finding ways to continue working. This week, the DESIRE project consortium did the same, organizing the second consecutive international meeting for the project.
Panayot A. Popov was born on November 30, 1848 in Rousse, where he spent his childhood. He finished third grade at the "Mitrondio" Lyceum. He went down in history as a prominent businessman of the city of Ruse, and his name is most often found among the founders of the first credit and commercial institutions in the city. He played an important role in the construction and development of the credit system in Bulgaria. It is interesting that the center of private banking in Bulgaria at that time was not Sofia, but Ruse.
On April 15, 1890, the first Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria was established in Ruse, and 130 years later, the Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry continues to uphold the traditions that were the basis of one of the most successful economic endeavors after Liberation.
Second call for the recruitment of project proposals - increasing the competitiveness of Bulgarian enterprises under the program "Development of business, innovation and SMEs" in Bulgaria. The program will contribute to the achievement of the general objectives of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 and more specifically to the reduction of economic and social differences in the countries of the European Economic Area.
Changes related to tax-insurance requirements and publication of financial statements during the period of emergency. The dynamically changing situation related to the corona virus requires strict measures to protect public health and protect citizens from the direct physical threat of COVID-19. In order to overcome possible difficulties in the declaration and payment of taxes and social security contributions, as a result of the emergency measures introduced, the National Assembly adopted changes related to the tax and insurance requirements during the period of emergency:
The largest employer in Ruse retains all of its staff, despite the difficulties of the emergency situation. Due to the complex global situation in Europe and America, many of the company's customers - car manufacturers - stop their production, which leads to a decrease in orders for VITTE Automotive Bulgaria. The company is forced to slow down and stop production for 2 weeks.
With the adoption of Decree No. 55 of March 30, 2020 on determining the terms and conditions for payment of compensation to employers in order to preserve the employment of workers and employees during the state of emergency, announced by a decision of the National Assembly of March 13, 2020 ( Decree), the Employment Agency opened a procedure for employers to apply for compensation payments in order to preserve the employment of workers during the state of emergency.
Letz Retail is a project whose main goal is to answer the challenges that many small shop owners, managers and self-employed people face when it comes to attracting consumers / visitors to their shops. By offering a training program, the project aims to provide the target group with the necessary knowledge, skills and competences to improve their business, making it sustainable and ecological.
On 27.03.2020 Inobridge Business Innovation Center, in partnership with the Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry, made a final presentation of the PONICS VET project - "Hydroponic Techniques Specialist", financed under the Erasmus+ program of the EU. On 27.03.2020 Innobridge Business Innovation Center, in partnership with the Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry, made a final presentation of the PONICS VET project - "Hydroponic techniques specialist", financed under the program...
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