27 Bulgarian organisations are the first ones to join the National Action Plan implementing the objectives of the European Pact for Youth
Eight priorities of change, involving all key stakeholders: teachers, students, parents, schools and universities, companies and branch organisations as well as non-governmental organisations, are set out in the National Plan.
Brussels November 23rd
A Bulgarian delegation consisting of 15 people took part at the first European Business-Education Summit. The delegates were representatives of educational institutions, NGOs, the business and the UNGC Bulgaria’s secretariat. Read moreDetails
The third edition of the Children’s bazaar of professions attracted a record number of participants. The two-day event was visited by nearly 800 students and teachers coming from 27 different schools and more than 1100 children and parents who got a better understanding of various professions. Read moreDetails
UNGC Network Bulgaria is happy to announce the addition of its new member – Empower Capital.
Empower Capital is a EUR 21 million fund financed by the European Investment Fund – JEREMIE Initiative Bulgaria with the mandate to provide unique access to equity and quasi-equity funding to growing Bulgarian companies.
The team brings together extensive international operating experience, expertise and deep industrial knowledge, along with a comprehensive understanding of SME strategic management and finance.
Playing vital role in helping companies achieve their potential, the company uncovers value by identifying great organizations and enhancing their performance by providing growth capital, strategic contribution and operating support to strong management teams.
UNGC Network Bulgaria is eager to work on mutual projects with the team of Empower Capital.Details
Nearly 900 children between the age of 5 and 17 took part at the fifth consecutive edition of the “Proud of my parents’ work” initiative. During the school vacation, they were able to spend one day at the companies where their parents work. A total of 22 companies helped the children to learn more about the different professions by involving the small ones into interactive games and giving them practical tasks. Read moreDetails
In 2017 the UNGC Network Bulgaria successfully executed the pilot edition of its project called “Games for good”. The project’s purpose, goals and ideology are directly related to Sustainable Development Goal 3 “Good Health and Well-Being”.
This project aims to show the Network’s members that the responsible companies, the good health of the employees, the sports and the charitable causes can be a successful combination that brings positive final results. Read moreDetails
The “Shared responsibility for the future” business panel was part of the conference “Towards Industry 4.0 – technology or ideology” organised by Sofia University, University of national and world economy, the Bulgarian science academy and the collaboration of the UNGC Bulgaria network. Read moreDetails
29th August 2017
A work meeting was held at the European Commission’s representation in Bulgaria, the topic of which was the creation of the National action plan of Bulgaria for the Pact 4 youth. Participants at the event were representatives of the Bulgarian network’s member companies, of national educational institutions and non-governmental organisations, who discussed the priorities in which the stakeholders’ actions should be focused for improving the professional development possibilities of the young people in Bulgaria. Read moreDetails
More than 70 cyclists, together with the ones of Aurubis Bulgaria, Sopharma, TechnoLogica and Overgas, took part at the cycling tour, co-organised by the Bulgarian network and the hosting company of Aurubis Bulgaria. Read moreDetails
After the success of the first tournament that took part on the football field, came the time for the players to meet again, this time on the tennis court. Read moreDetails