Bulgaria's 1st Hi-Tech Park to Be Completed 2015
Sofia Tech Park, Bulgaria's first hi-tech park, will be fully completed in 2015, according to Evgeni Angelov, Advisor to Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev on investments and economy matters.
Angelov announced that the project company for the hi-tech park will be registered this week and that it will have a budget of BGN 100 M.
The main focus of Bulgaria's first hi-tech part will be the ICT sector. The likes of WMware, Microsoft, SISCO and HP are expected to be partners of the project.
Bulgarian officials are expected to meet representatives of Google, SISCO and HP in the US next week, Evgeni Angelov revealed during the First International Investment Conference "Bulgaria: Business Up" in Sofia on Friday. The companies will be invited to become strategic partners of the hi-tech park.
The expert pointed out that Bulgaria ranks 3rd in Europe and 10th in the world in terms of skilled professionals in the ICT sector.
He believes that the country has numerous advantages when it comes to human resources and development potential.
The First International Investment Conference "Bulgaria: Business Up" started in the Bulgarian capital Sofia on Friday.
"Bulgaria: Business UP" is a new initiative designed to analyze and promote Bulgaria's advantages as a foreign investment destination.
The goal of the "Bulgaria: Business UP" investment conference is to present to the international business community the highly favorable investment climate in Bulgaria as well as the variety of opportunities for successful and sustainable business that the country has to offer.
"Bulgaria: Business UP" is organized by Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency), the largest Bularian English-language media, and Novinite.bg, a Bulgarian-language news website, together with the InvestBulgaria Agency.
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