This initiative is a pilot project aiming to assist European SMEs to develop, further expand or improve their international buMore
During a meeting with the local authorities and businesses from Vratsa district, organized by the Enterprise Europe Network Center at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vratsa, Krasimir Kotsev and Rumen Arsenov, representatives of So Cyber, presented what we need to do to prevent cybercrime.More
Place: Bulgaria, Sofia, 9, Iskar str. Datе: 9th of April 2019, 9:30 h – 17:00 h Chamber of Commerce andMore
On February 28th 2019, an international career forum “Find your professional realization in the EU” was held in Vidin.More
DIGITALISATION – Testing of the Online Learning Tool in Focus Groups, February – March 2019 In February 2More
Interviews with experts on Digital Transformation/Digitalisation within the project Digitalisation - Strategy Development ToolMore
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Its main activity is focused on development and delivery of training courses
Translation of all kinds of documents, technical documentation, medical, law, economic and other specific types of literature in various languages
We dispose of a number of business catalogues for Bulgarian and foreign companies, telephone directories, fairs and exhibitions materials...
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vratsa was established in the autumn of year 1991 by a general constituting assembly. It was registered with Vratsa District Court of Justice on 17.11.1991. In 2001 it was re-registered under the Law on non-profit legal persons in public interest. It has started its effective operation in the end of year 1991. The Chamber of managed by a Board of Directors consisting of 15 members. Since September 1999 the CCI-Vratsa has become the Host structure of the Euro Info Centre BG808. Since July 2002 it has become the Host structure of Vratsa branch of the National Centre for Vocational Training. The CCI-Vratsa is based on the principles of voluntary participation and membership, autonomy and self-financing. It works in close cooperation with local authorities and other non-government organizations as well as with NGOs, CCIs and business support structures from abroad. The structure of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vratsa, with its regional offices established in the towns of Lom, Berkovitsa, and Botevgrad comprises more than 1000 companies - both private and state owned.