The first time I set foot in this chaotic place I thought, “Wow, this feels like the center of the world!”. And Istanbul hasn't disproved me since. I moved to live here in the summer of 2003, and the first thing that shocked me was that no one spoke any
Over the past year I have had the opportunity to take a ‘gap year’ – when I was a student they hadn’t even been invented! I visited eight countries separately, for the first time going it alone, without family or friends.
I travelled to Portugal, Madeira, South Africa, Antigua, Sicily,
Paola Minekov acknowledges the importance of networking in hercareer.
Talented artist and multimedia design-er Paola Minekov has lived in London
since 2008 and loves the capital’s vi-brant cosmopolitan culture. The city’s
contrast of the historic with the ul-tra modern energises and inspires her work.
Paola also draws on her artistic
It is a quiet morning in the rural countryside of the Tokushima district in Japan. Nestled in the green hills, the small town of Kamikatsu is slowly waking up. Walking down the sleepy streets one can’t help but notice the multitude of bags in front of the houses. They serve
In the pilot issue of Elysium Business Magazine we introduced Atanas Valev, producer of Bulgarian yoghurt in the USA. His company has been in the local market for ten years, selling his Trimona brand in hundreds of grocery stores and supermarkets. By Aneta Nedyalkova
Why can you define your yoghurt
Atanas Valev explains why teaching Americans about Bulgarian yoghurt led to his marketing success. By Aneta Nedyalkova
Atanas Valev arrived in the United States more than 20 years ago to participate in agro workshops. Nine years ago he registered his brand of yoghurt “Trimona”. In 2016 “Trimona” won the first