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.
100 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.
139 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.
20 years from the opening of the subway in Sofia
1998 - Opened the first line of the Sofia Metro
106 years since the first Stock Exchanges Law in Bulgaria
The Parliament adopted the first Stock Exchanges Law in Bulgaria on February 1, 1912.
5 years from the start of Mycompetence.bg
Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) launched into operation information system for competence assessment (www.mycompetence.bg). The system is the result of the project "Development and implementation of Competence Assessment System of the labor force by sectors and regions," which takes place in the period 2009-2013 by the BIA in accordance with contract ¹ BG051PO001-2.1.06/23.10. in 2009 to measure BG 051PO001-2.1.06 "Increasing the flexibility and efficiency of the labor market through active social partners" of Operational Programme "human Resources Development" 2007-2013, financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund and the European regional Development Fund. Project partners are the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) and the Confederation of Labour "Podkrepat".
Baba Marta (Grandma Marta)
March 1, or as the Bulgarian call it Baba Marta (Grandma Marta), is one of the most popular and unique Bulgarian feasts, related to a very special ritual. On this day people give each other a special amulet – the so-called martenitsa, wishing each other health, strength, longevity, and fertility all through the coming year. Martenitsa is usually made of two interwoven threads – a red one and a white one. In some regions of Bulgaria, the threads are only red, and in others – they are in many colors, but the dominant color is the red. In the traditional folk beliefs, the red color symbolizes the power of the sun, which gives energy and life to every being. On the day of the feast, everybody wears martenitsa on their clothes, or around their wrists. They wear the amulets until they see a stork or a tree in bloom.
15 Years FSC
The Financial Supervision Commission was established on March 1st, 2003 The Commission is a specialized government body for regulation and control over the financial system which unifies the regulatory functions that used to be carried out by the former State Securities Commission, the State Insurance Supervision Agency and the Insurance Supervision Agency.
March 3 - National Holiday of Bulgaria
On March 3, 1878 the treaty which liberated Bulgaria from the Ottoman yoke was signed.
International Women's Day
On March 8 is marked International Women's Day which is celebrated under the auspices of the United Nations.
For the first time the feast of the woman is made of 28 February, 1909 in the USA. A year later, a conference in Copenhagen one hundred women from 17 countries decide to have their international day. In 1911 the feast of female solidarity is already celebrated in Austria, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and Bulgaria.
REFA – basic course
The Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) would like to announce that it raises participants for the basic qualification REFA course for Organization and Management of the Company and Optimization of the Manufacture, starting Marchr 12, 2018. The course includes two modules.
Each module consists of 80 lessons (8 lessons a day each of 45 minutes). The participants that pass the final exams will be given the internationally recognized REFA certificate.
26 years since the first public trading session in Bulgaria
Sofia Stock Exchange held the first public trading session in the new economic history of Bulgaria on April 8, 1992.