Something Sweet, Something Spicy

Bulgaria can rival Thailand in producing exotic flavour combinations. By Aneta Nedyalkova This is not a story about exotic Thailand, a country where this contrasting combination of flavours transforms every bite into pleasure. On the contrary, everything begins at the Varna Farmers’ Market, where everybody knows the trademark Eden Garden Bio Ltd, held by Velin

Music and charity

By Asen Nedyalkov and Monika Obracaj The idea for the first alliance for international business with a Bulgarian connection is linked to the mission of creating a community, uniting all Bulgarians around the world so that we can create, work and build a future with common resources, effortlessly achieving our professional and personal goals. Elysium

Art and Business: How do you combine polar opposites?

Highlights from our discussion with successful Bulgarian composer Tihomir Hristozov. By Gabriella Bassi In 2012 I had the amazing opportunity to take part in “Physical Ballet”, a project created by Daniel Jones, a solo performer for the English National Ballet. During one of the rehearsals, as I was concentrating on getting through one of many

Intellectual Property: The Importance of Protecting Your Rights

Protecting your intellectual property is essential for introducing a new brand, licensing, entering a new territory or protecting an existing brand. By Anne Wong The core forms of IP include trade marks, copyright, designs, as well as patents. Trade marks distinguish your product or services from those of competitors, for example through words, logos, slogans