In the end of 2018 the number of subscribers of the on-line daily bulletin Business Industry Capital reached more than 32 500.
In the end of 2017 the number of subscribers of the on-line daily bulletin Business Industry Capital reached 32 500. The first issue of the bulletin of Bulgarian Industrial Association released on September 15, 1999 and is distributed every day in Bulgarian and English language. The major purpose of the issue is providing of summarized business information and advertising in the country and abroad the opportunities for Bulgarian business. The data in the bulletin are connected through Internet with the public data base, maintained by BIA and BIC Capital market SP Ltd.
21 years from the opening of the subway in Sofia
1998 - Opened the first line of the Sofia Metro
Annual ceremony "IT Manager of the Year"
Club managers of information technology in Bulgaria and ICT Media organise the annual award award ceremony of the winners of "IT Manager of the Year." Within the ceremony and handed a special award established in memory of Yavor Dimitrov, one of the founders of the club IT managers and board member of the club.
BIA convenes a General Assembly
The Managing Board of BIA, on the grounds of Art. 26 of the Law on Non-Profit Legal Entities, convenes an Extraordinary General Assembly of the Bulgarian Industrial Association, on December 5, 2018 (Wednesday), at 10.00 am, in Hall 10 of the National Palace of Culture (floor 8), with the following agenda:
1. Report on the activity of the Management and Control Council for the period 2014-2018;
2. Adoption of basic guidelines for the activities of BIA for the period 2019-2023;
3. Adoption of a budget of BIA for the period 2019-2023;
4. Adoption of amendments and supplements to the Statutes of BIA;
5. Election of the Management Board;
6. Election of a Supervisory Board;
7. Election of the National Council of Presidents;
St. Nicholas is the Orthodox feast of St. Nicholas Mirlikiyski - patron saint of sailors, travelers and bankers. St. Nicholas was born in the city of Patras. According to legend he was the man who noticed throwing bags of gold into the house of an impoverished father and he married her three daughters. Attributed to him many miracles, deliverance sailors and sea travelers from water elements. He died in 342 in the town of Mir. In 1099 the relics of St. Nicholas were taken to Bari, Italy, where they are now.
The Day of the Bulgarian studentship
The beginning of this holiday is closely related to the first in 1920 and only university in Bulgaria - Sofia University. University birthdate is October 1, 1888 was established at the initiative of Svishtov and Emmanuel Shishmanov Ivan Ivanov as Higher Educational Course in Classical School of History and Philology Department. By law from January 1, 1889 the rate becomes higher school with additional units (faculties). Since the beginning of the twentieth century, it is allowed to follow and girls.
In paragraph 25 of the General Regulations of the university from 1905 states: "On November 25 (December 8), the day of St. Kliment Ohridski University and celebration, it is a solemn performance of the new president (one-year term was - bel.avt. ). Rector old statement read to the course of the University, and says the new academic speech. " This is the official start of December 8. It is associated primarily with the development of science and culture.
By 1919 the celebration of the event is peaceful, moral and cultural. In recent years, December 8 gradually regains its original charm and unique student celebration.
International Day of Customs.
On December 15, 1950 in Brussels, signed the Convention establishing the Customs Cooperation Council, which came into force two years later - on November 4, 1952 The first official session of the Council held in Brussels on January 26, 1953 with the participation of 17 countries. In 1994 the Customs Cooperation Council adopted a new name - World Customs Organization, thus becoming a global inter-governmental organization. Republic of Bulgaria accedes to the Convention establishing a Customs Cooperation Council of 4 June 1973
Father's Day is a day on which to celebrate fatherhood and parenting of men, just as a Mother's Day is celebrated motherhood. Usually on this day to make gifts to fathers and family celebrated the day. Father's Day is celebrated in different countries in different ways and at different dates as shown below.
Father's Day exists almost everywhere in the honor and glory of fathers and future fathers. According to Catholic tradition, the festival is celebrated on the day of St. Joseph - March 19, but in most countries Father's Day is a secular holiday.
In 1947 is closed Sofia Stock Exchange and is transformed into a department of the Bulgarian National Bank.
In 1947 is closed Sofia Stock Exchange and is transformed into a department of the Bulgarian National Bank. The activity of the stock market in Bulgaria is halted until 8 April 1992 when the Sofia Stock Exchange (now the SFB "Capital Market" AD) organized the first public trading session in the new economic history of Bulgaria.
St. Stephan Feast
On December 27, the Bulgarian orthodox church celebrates the day of St. Stephan. He is the first Christian protomartyr and archdeacon of the Jerusalem municipality – a church, which attracted people of all social circles, who joined it and donated their properties to it. The Judeans became envious of the well-run municipality, and decided to incite the crowds against the archdeacon, telling them he abused God and the Moses law. The angry crowd took St. Stephen out of town and started throwing stones at him. The saint kneeled, and shortly before he breathed his last, turned to heaven with the words: “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit. O Lord, lay not this sin to their charge." His body was left to be eaten by the beasts and birds. People say the Virgin Mary watched the martyr’s death and prayed for his soul. n V century, a part of his relics
were discovered through prophecy and placed in Jerusalem. According to traditional beliefs, the day of St. Stephen is the third day of Christmas and the last feast for the year. On this day, the circle of the old year closes. The family gathers around the table, on which meat dishes are served. On this day, everyone called Stephen, Stephena, Stefka, Stoyan, Stoyanka, Stanka, Stoycho, Stoimen, Stoichko, Tzonyo, Zapryan, Tzonka, celebrate their name day.
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
With very best wishes for health and joint successes in the New Year!
January 2 - the first working day of "Capital Market" for 2019
In connection with the Christmas and New Year holidays, the Capital Market team will start work in 2019 on January 2 (Wednesday). If necessary, please send your messages to the address: Sofia 1300, 16-20 Alabin str., E-mail: email@example.com
On January 4 1878, Sofia – the current capital of Bulgaria, was liberated from the Turkish yoke. In the course of the Russian-Turkish war, the troops of the Russian general Gurko were firmly advancing towards Sofia. The Turks made an attempt to put the town on fire, but this attempt was discomfited by foreign diplomats. On January 4, general Joseph Gurko managed to liberate the town without any fight after 491 years of Ottoman occupation. The next year, Sofia was proclaimed capital of Bulgaria. At that time, the town’s population numbered only 12 000 people. Gradually, it began to increase, as the town turned in Bulgaria’s political, commercial and cultural center.
St. John The Baptist Feast
On January 7, the Bulgarian orthodox church celebrates the day of St. John the Baptist – the last prophet of the Old Testament and Baptist of Jesus Christ. The feast is also called “Ivanovden”. John the Baptist is also called “The Precursor”, for he was walking before Jesus and prepared the people for his birth. His sermon calling for repentance and baptism, for cleaning of all sins as a preparation for the coming of Jesus gives him a special place among all Evangelists. He was fighting for high morality and justice, and was sentenced by the ruler Irod Antipa. Later on, he was beheaded following the ruler’s order. In Bulgarian national tradition, Ivanovden is connected with the purifying power of the water, sanctified the previous day. The period of the so-called “dirty days” is over and everyone turns their sights forward waiting for the prophecies for good health, rich harvest and happy life to come true. On this day, everyone called Joan, Joanna, Ivan, Ivana, John, Ivaylo, Jean, Jeaneta, Yovko, Yovcho, Johan, celebrate their name day.
Everyone called Anton, Antonia, Doncho, Donka (from Latin - "invaluable") celebrate their name day. On this day, women knead small flat loafs of bread, and spread honey on it.
101 years since first stock exchange trading session in Bulgaria
100 years have passed since the implementation of the first trading session on the pit of Sofia Stock Exchange - 20 January 1918.
140 years since the founding of the Bulgarian National Bank
January 25, 1879 was founded the Bulgarian National Bank (opened on 23 May). From January 1885 issue becomes autonomous and with branches in the country.
107 years since the first Stock Exchanges Law in Bulgaria
The Parliament adopted the first Stock Exchanges Law in Bulgaria on February 1, 1912.