The five principles of ecological labour market relations

The labour market could learn a lot from the ecosystem By Kapka Stoykova Everything is screaming shortage and crisis. Employers say that there are not enough motivated and skilled candidates, and the candidates say there are not enough jobs. It is possible with political action that this situation is going to change… one day. However,

In the temple of Theodore Ushev

Where Art is emotion and excitement, not decoration. By Aneta Nedyalkova A Christian temple with an altar. Thermal blankets, those used for refugees, victims of terrorist attacks or frozen mountaineers, people in crisis. The blankets are the artist’s canvases, painted with over 10,000 figures, texts from the Bible and European poems. Voices of politicians come

Diving into virtual reality

Businesses, schools and universities are benefitting from cutting edge immersive technology. By Asen NedyalkovР Dr. Ani Atanasova PhD, MSc is CEO and co-founder of Pixelhunters and has a multi-faceted background in science, culture and management. She is a Li-Fi expert who specialises in the field of Quantum and Optoelectronics, having worked on several patented EU

Focused on the outcome

From Sofia to New York, Lubo Sergeev’s conceptual photography is known all over the world They call him “one of the best Bulgarian photographers” and we have no intention of arguing. Interview by Aneta Nedyalkova Lubo Sergeev is the founder and owner of Studio Sergeev (sergeevstudio.com) and has over 18 years’ experience in advertising, retouching

Knowing Our Digital Selves

Veselin Popov explains how he and his colleagues from Cambridge University use digital prints to build psychological profiles and discusses drawing the fine line between technology and manipulation. By Ana Klissarska The work of this young man sounds like something out of science fiction yet the technology is already outstripping our imagination. What until yesterday

Wellness concierge: a formula for business people

Invest in a healthy body as you invest in a pension fund, advises Doychin Karshovski from Cincinnati. By Aneta Nedyalkova Doychin Karshovski is from Varna, Bulgaria. At the age of 16, he became the youngest master of the sport of sea pentathlon, combining the five disciplines of swimming, running, shooting, sailing and rowing. His university

The Czech Republic: An oasis of stable economy and Slavic integrity

The Czech Republic has established itself as a leader in the European labour market over the past two years. The reasons for this are a reduction in unemployment rates and the creation of new jobs. By Neli Emrovic Bulgarians with professional qualifications in the automotive industry can immediately start working in leadership positions in some