Our goal is your prosperity


The Republic of Bulgaria is an exclusive strategic destination for investment, located only a 3-hour flight from all main destinations in Europe, Russia and the Mediterranean region. It is a bridge between Europe and Asia.

The country has a stable political environment:

Member of NATO

0% corporate tax in regions with high unemployment

Member of EU

Among the most favorable tax advantages in the EU:

10% personal income tax

5% withholding tax on dividends

10% corporate tax

Highly qualified, multilingual and low paid workforce

Our goal is your prosperity


Qualified workforce

The educated and low-paid labor force is one of the main advantages of investing in Bulgaria. 60,000 students from more than 50 universities are graduated annually.

Investment measures

Investment projects are encouraged depending on the size of the investment and the employment created. Four types of certificates are issued.

Cultural Heritage

The overall development of the country offers a collection of natural and cultural assets. On its territory you will find a mix of Thracian and Roman historical and archeological sights.

Opportunities in Bulgarian mountain resorts

Bulgaria is popular not only as a seaside destination, but also as a country offering excellent opportunities for practicing winter sports. The best ski resorts in the country are Bansko, Pamporovo, Borovets and Vitosha


Opportunities on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast

The Black Sea coast of Bulgaria has a 354 km long coastline. In addition to the tourist destination, the region’s two ports and two airports make it a driving force for successful business

EU Funds and Programs

For the period 2014-2020, Bulgaria will receive more than EUR 15 billion in EU funding. € 7 billion will come from the Cohesion and Structural Funds and € 7.5 billion from direct payments and rural development.

manufacturing and investment advantages of

Economic regions
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Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and the largest city in the country. As the main administrative, industrial, cultural, transport and university center of Bulgaria, it concentrates 1/6 of the industrial production of the country.


Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria. Situated in the foothills of 7 Syenth hills, it is often referred to as “The City Under the Hopes”. It is the administrative center of Plovdiv District and the largest economic core of the South Central Region.

Stara Zagora

Stara Zagora is located in Central Bulgaria. A competitive advantage for the development of business and investment in this region is its geographical position. The important European transport corridors pass through the city: No 8 and No 9.


Burgas is the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast after Varna, and the fourth largest in the country. It is the most important economic, transport, administrative and cultural center in Southeastern Bulgaria.


Varna is the biggest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. It is often called the “Sea Capital of Bulgaria”. Its outlet to the Black Sea, the port and the construction of large chemical plants and refineries make the city an industrial center.


Rousse is the largest port city along the Danube River. It is located in Northeastern Bulgaria and is the administrative center of Ruse district. It is a strategic and logistical center of our country.

The Bulgarian economy is a highly open market economy, ranked 70th in the world in 2011, according to external estimates. It is relatively industrialized, with a medium-sized private sector and a small number of strategic state-owned enterprises. By level of economic development, Bulgaria is now in the group of developing countries after Syria and before Thunis.

Bulgaria is a member of the European Union that has fulfilled all the conditions of a Schengen candidate. The country ranks 40th out of 152 countries in the World Economic Ranking World Annual Report 2014 by the Canadian Fraser Institute. The GDP per capita is 92 out of 228 and 160 GDP growth in the world for 2011 Bulgaria fulfilled the criteria and was expected to enter the Eurozone by 2013 at the latest, but the eurozone crisis has effectively denied the Bulgarian government such a step. The Bulgarian Lev is freely convertible and since 1997. fixed in a ratio of 1: 1 to the German mark, and since its introduction – to the euro with a ratio of 0.511 euro per leu.


Contact Details

To contact us use the contact form or details given below:

42, Knyaz Alexander I Batenberg Str., 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Giuseppe De Francesco
Tel: +359 889 315 660

Stefan Todorov
Tel: +359 897 887 988

Silvia Topchieva
Tel: +359 893 668 122

Krasimira Demerdzhieva
Tel:+359 897 089 810

Pietro Luighi Ghia
Теl: +359 898 610 066

Marco Ghia
Теl: +39 349 341 7573


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