BBBA invites all members and partners at a conference on the topic
"BREXIT: How Can Bulgaria Win?". The purpose of the event is to
raise awareness and to present the experts' opinion on the most important
circumstances related to Article 50 and its triggering and to highlight the
most advantageous position in the Brexit debate for the Bulgarian
government and business.
The event will bring together analysts of Bloomberg TV, international authorities, ambassadors and commercial attaches, representatives of the British Bulgarian Business Association, leading economists politicians, opinion leaders, investors and managers. Live debates will be focused on the impact of Brexit on the global trade and the Bulgarian business.
Date: 16 May, 08:45 - 13:30
Venue: Hilton Sofia, 1 Bulgaria Blvd., Sofia
Audience: 120 - 150+ representatives of business and political circles; opinion leaders of the economical and business elite in Bulgaria; representatives of professional organisations, international organisations.
Content / Topics: Half-day event that includes two panels with presentations and debates.
- BREXIT - circumstances and facts
- Discussion - the impact of BREXIT on the global trade
- Challenges and opportunities for the Business - presentations related to the problems in selected key sectors of Bulgarian and British economy
Speakers: For participation in the conference will be invited
experts from important institutions from the UK and Europe - Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe (COBCOE),
British Embassy, representatives of Bulgarian and British companies,
macroeconomists and experts.
Media Partner: Bloomberg TV
Participation fee for BBBA Members: 60 BGN (incl. VAT)
Participation fee for non-members: 96 BGN (incl. VAT)
The event is a great opportunity for companies with expertise in the field to receive broad visibility. For sponsorship opportunities you can contact Desislava Miteva, Executive Director of BBBA, at email@example.com.
For the tentative agenda and sponsorship opportunities, please view below.