Nigel Risner was the past president of the London Chapter of Professional Speakers Association, and has just been voted Speaker of the Year by the Academy of Chief Executives. He delivers over a hundred talks a year in his unique, energetic style to corpo
Vassil Ivanov became Bulgaria's Sports Minister in 2002, after stepping into the country's political life only a year ago - in 2001. Then he took on membership in the National Council of ruling Simeon II National Movement.
Lyuben Dilov Junior is the leader of one of the younger political parties in Bulgaria - the conservative movement Gergyovden which narrowly missed to seize seats in the Parliament after it ranked fifth following the last parliamentary election two years a
Stoyan Alexandrov was born in 1949 in Ilia, Kyustendil district. Graduated in the Higher Institute of Finance and Economics in Svishtov.
Neil Buhne took his post as a UNDP Resident Representative/UN Resident Coordinator in Bulgaria from September 2003. His previous assignment was as a UNDP Resident Representative/UN Resident Coordinator in Belarus since 5 July 1999.
Dr. Arthur Eyffinger, a prominent Dutch legal historian, is the curator of an exhibition entitled The Hague - International Centre of Justice and Peace, which opened in Sofia early October.
Luc Vansteenkiste is President of the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB). He was one of the Belgian businessmen that took part in the Belgian-Bulgarian business forum that was organized by FEB and the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA).
H.E Jose Angel Lopez Jorrin has been Spain's Ambassador to Bulgaria since 2001.
James Roaf is the newly appointed International Monetary Fund (IMF) Resident Representative to Bulgaria. Roaf speaks fluently several languages including Russian.
James William Pardew was sworn in as Ambassador of the United States of America to Bulgaria in 2002. Ambassador Pardew previously was the U.
Baron Daniel Janssen (born in 1936) is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Solvay S.A.
Alexander Andreev is a Bulgarian national who is now editor at the Bulgarian section of Deutsche Welle, Germany's national broadcaster. His career as a journalist started at the Bulgarian National Radio before he joined the Deutsche Welle team in 1991.
John Chomel-Doe joined the EBRD in July 2001, after a successful corporate banking career at Barclays Bank PLC that took him through a very interesting range of emerging market postings in Russia, the Middle and Far East, and Africa. He also held senior r
Sir James Mancham became the first President of the Seychelles when the country was declared a sovereign republic in 1976. Following a coup, he spent more than fifteen years in exile in London promoting joint ventures and transfer of technologies mainly f
Mr. Kirk Kirkov is the Chief Executive Officer of UMICORE MED and the President of the Bulgarian International Business Association (BIBA).
Italy's Ambassador to Bulgaria Gian Battista Campagnola was born in Rome. He graduated Political Sciences at the University of Rome.
Syria-born Aladdin Harfan runs a business corporation in Bulgaria that spans industries as diverse as home appliances, transport and hospitals. The 40-year old businessman arrived in Bulgaria in 1991 after graduating with economics degree at home and fail
Maria Zhekova happened to return from Varna to Sofia on the train that collided early on Monday in Central Bulgaria. In the crash, she got a bruise on the left arm but insists to have surmounted the shock.
Joachim Voegele is a German trainer and journalist. He participated in developing and launching the on-line editions of two regional newspapers (http://www.
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