International Blood Donor Day
In May 2005, at the World Health Assembly, health ministers unanimously adopted a declaration of commitment and support for voluntary blood donation. In their WHA58.13 resolution, they decided to hold a World Blood Donor Day every year on June 14th.

10 years - XETRA in BSE-Sofia AD
On June 16, 2008 BSE-Sofia AD introduced XETRA trading system of Deutsche Boerse.

NSI celebrates 138 years since the establishment of a statistical institution in Bulgaria
On June 25, 1880 by Decree ¹ 296 is formed Statistical-organizational division of the Ministry of Finance. With Decree 712 of the National Assembly by August 19, 1881 was established Bulgarian state statistical institution. Department of Statistical it vazvisyava in self Statistical Office with the task to collect, process and published each year, statistics on all branches of government and all events relating to the physical, economic, intellectual and moral state of the state.

Annual General Meeting of the shareholders of SFB Capital market JSC
The Board of Directors of SFB Capital market – JSC convenes Annual General Meeting on Òêõå 26, 2018 at 9.30 AM in Sofia in 16-20 Alabin Str.

June 28 1914 – Sofia Stock Exchange constituent meeting held
On February 21 1912, the Parliament adopted the first Law on the stock exchanges, which was promulgated in the State Gazette on February 28 the same year. Sofia Stock exchange obtained official permit to start operating and started effective activity on June 28 1914, only a few days before the beginning of World War I. On May 25 1915, the Stock Exchange Regulation was adopted by a Decree. All issuers of securities, such as banks, production and trading companies, were invited to register for participation in the stock trade. On December 18 1917, the Sofia Stock Exchange issued a Regulation for the Internal Order of the stock exchange and decided three trading sessions to be conducted each week. On January 20 1918 the stock exchange was officially opened. It was the sole stock market in Bulgaria until its nationalization on December 27 1947 when it was transformed into a department of the Bulgarian National Bank and discontinued its activities until 1992. On April 8 1992, Sofia Stock Exchange (currently SFB Capital Market JSC) organized the first public trading session in Bulgaria’s new economic history. In 1997, Bulgarian the capital market integration process was completed and Bulgarian Stock Exchange – Sofia JSC officially started operating on October 21.

21 years of Currency board in Bulgaria
The currency board in Bulgaria was introduced in 1997 after the severe economic crisis in 1996-1997. Due to systemic failure of the Bulgarian Government to effectively manage public finances, the IMF agrees to assist the Government only when the currency board. The Currency board was introduced on July 1, 1997 the Law on the Bulgarian National Bank adopted on June 10, 1997. Functions of a currency board are assumed by Bulgarian National Bank. The law fixes the exchange rate of the Bulgarian lev to the Euro in 1000 for 1 Deutsche Mark (after the introduction of the Euro in 1999 - 1955.83 euro to ˆ 1) (after the denomination of EUR 5 July, 1999 - 1.95583 BGN for 1 EUR).

Denomination of the Bulgarian lev came into force on July 5, 1999 A new lev was equal to 1,000 old Bulgarian lev. International Standardization Organization (ISO) has introduced a new code lev

International Kissing Day
International Kissing Day takes place on 6 July in the UK. However, the day has now been adopted worldwide and is also known as National Kissing Day or Kissing Day.

Anniversary of the opening of the highway "Trakia" (2013)
Under construction for 40 years "Trakia" highway connects Sofia and Burgas after a July 15, 2013 was officially opened last section of the track from its junction "Zimnitza to the Municipality. By 2009, the average had built a 9 km "Trakia" highway until then become 60 km per year. length of newly constructed route of the highway "Trakia" is about 34 km. overall length of Lot 4 of Yambol to Karnobat is 49.08 km, of which the first 15 km were completed and put into operation in August 2012 Artist of the segment whose price is 209.646 million lev was Association "Trakia IV" OCAC .. The first sections of "Trakia" Begun back in 1975 Ten years later operation enters route Sofia - Plovdiv. motorway project must connect Sofia and Burgas via Plovdiv. overall length is 368.5 km. Towards November 1999 are willing 173.5 km. during 2000 the Council of Ministers approves the borrowing of 100 million from the European Investment Bank (EIB) sections Rice Stara Zagora and Bourgas - Burgas. Bulgarian co-financing is ˆ 140 million. For the last three sections with a total length of 115 km. apply for funding from the European Commission through the operational program "Transport". The value of the grant is 699 648 287 lev VAT. Cohesion Fund of the European Union has allocated 513 970 279 lev and the state budget spent 185 678 007 Levs

24 years Private Vocational School "Banker"
On July 15th Private vocational school "Banker" Celebrating 24 years anniversary. In addition to the compulsory curriculum in school are taught subjects such as: accounting, banking, stock exchanges and transactions, statistics and more.

43 years - Bulgarian nuclear energetics
On September 4, 1974 was put into operation the first reactor of the nuclear power plant in Kozloduy.

September 6 - Official Holiday of Bulgaria
September 6 is the Day of the Union of Eastern Rumelia with the Bulgarian Principality in 1885.

Programmer's day
Programmer's day is a whimsical "holiday" on the 256th day of the year celebrated mostly by computer programmers (reason: 256 = 2 to the power of 8 = the number of values representable in a byte of data). Traditions include drinking, behaving silly, coding silly programs, mini computer games, playing with old computers, etc. Programmer's day usually falls on September 13th; on leap years, it is September 12th.

19 years since the first issue of Business Industry Capital
BIA online issue ‘Business Industry Capital’ turned 18 years

Today the online issue of the Bulgarian Industrial Association - ‘Business Industry Capital’ celebrates its 18th birthday. ‘Business Industry Capital’ is published by Bourse Information Company Capital Market – fully owned by Bulgarian Industrial Association, specialized in business information services. The company maintains the Bulgarian Enterprises Information System – BEIS.

During its 18 years of existence the issue became a preferred media and business partner to over 33,000 subscribers in Bulgaria and abroad. In the ocean of information offered by the Internet, ‘Business Industry Capital’ manages to briefly present every day the most important economic events in Bulgaria – financial, corporate, stock exchange and news by the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA), in Bulgarian and English.

The main mission of our online issue has always been to promote the Bulgarian economy and business. Through the ‘Discover Bulgaria’ column, which quickly became favorite to both Bulgarian and foreign readers, ‘Business Industry Capital’ carries a wide campaign to popularize the cultural and natural sites and events in Bulgaria. Each day the column presents traditional Bulgarian holidays and the accompanying customs, famous Bulgarians and their brief biography, as well as information for beautiful places and sights in the country.

18 years is not a small period for an issue, for an online media. Our team has accepted the challenge to further develop ‘Business Industry Capital’ so that it may make even more friends and partners of Bulgaria, BIA and the Bulgarian business.

The Independence Day (Bulgarian National Holiday)
On September 22, 1908, Bulgaria declared its full independence from Ottoman control. Signing the Bulgarian Declaration of Independence nullified the harmful clauses of the Treaty of Berlin under which the greater part of the railway lines in Southern Bulgaria were under the regimen of capitulations (as Turkey's property) which entailed the payment of an annual tax to Turkey. After the Treaty of Berlin (1878) Macedonia remained under Ottoman rule, while after the wars and the peace treaties (Bucharest, 1913, and Neuilly, 1919) the greater part of it was incorporated into Serbia and Greece. The idea of the national unification of the Bulgarians was fatally doomed, mostly by the policy of the imperialist diktat, but for those affected it was impossible to abandon it. An armed struggle began which in its content, organizational methods and purposes was a continuation of the Bulgarian national-liberation movement of the ‘70s of the 19th century. However, the Ottoman rulers were pushed out of Macedonia and Adrianople Thrace not by means of a democratic revolution but through Bulgaria's, Serbia's, Greece's and Montenegro's military might in the First Balkan war of 1912.

5 years since the official launch of MyCompetence
Implementing the Project OPHRD Bulgarian Industrial Association officially opened Information System competence assessment -