AmCham Webinar with Tomislav Dontchev, Deputy Prime Minister
The American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria held today a wbinar with Tomislav Dontchev, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria. It was a members-only event and welcomed near 80 participants, including members of the Board and senior managers. The webinar was streamed on Cisco WebEx platform.
Among the key topics for the chamber are those related to the free movement of goods and services, digitalization and investment of more efforts and resources for next level of development of the e-governance in Bulgaria, as well as sector approach in healthcare, energy, transport, business tourism, etc. They are critical for the preservation and development of the economy. Even more, AmCham has presented many times before its foreign partners in EU and the USA the benefits and the opportunities of doing business, that Bulgaria has. The recently presented idea of for a better positioning of the country before the investment community in the process of shortening of the global supply chains is among the opportunities that if well structured, might support the economic recovery and growth.
In addition, AmCham Bulgaria presented its concerns about the protectionist measures, as well as the proposed limitation of freedom of speech in social media, that find some ground during the COVID-19 crisis.
Date(s) - 22/05/2020
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN BULGARIA
is pleased to invite its members to a
a Webinar with Mr. Tomislav Dontchev,
Deputy Prime Minister
to discuss Bulgaria’s strategy for exit of the COVID-19 crisis
on May 22nd, 2020, Friday
at 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Mr. Dontchev would appreciate to receive some questions and topics for discussion in advance. Please kindly send us your proposals in English by May 21st, 2020, 15:00 p.m.
Working language: English
Please note the meeting is open to AmCham members only!
To attend the event, please register below by May 21st, 6:00 p.m. Please note we could accept up to three registrations per company.