On 24 November, 2012, our colleague Ivelina Hristova gave a presentation as part of an organized press conference discussing Bulgarians’ career mobility. The host of the event was Advent Group, a world leader in marketing and communications recognized for the organization of career forums under the name Access MBA and Masters Tour, which give meeting to students and young professionals with representatives of educational institutions, along with the provision of career consulting services. As part of ABLE, Ivelina talked about the attraction of bright minds back to Bulgaria, in the context of a brain gain project that she leads. She discussed such a strategy successfully realized by Ireland, and the implementation of a similar approach to the situation in Bulgaria.
The event took place in Grand Hotel Sofia, and as panellists also had Didier Stoessel, CEO of Nova Broadcasting Group; St?phane Delahaye, regional director of Havas Worldwide, Dr. Leslie Szamosi, academic director of the EMBA programme at City College -International Faculty of the University of Sheffield; Christophe Coutat, founder and CEO of Advent Group; Ani Dimitrova, director of corporate communications at Jobs.bg; Boyko Blagoev, representing the organization of Bulgarians with international experience Tuk-Tam and the career website Back2BG.
The events Access MBA and Access Masters for Bulgaria take place on 8 November, 2012, at the Sheraton hotel in Sofia. Represented will be prestigious educational institutions such as Durham Business School and Cass Business School from the UK, Esade Business School from Spain, SDA Bocconi from Italy and others. More information about the event can be found here: http://www.investor.bg/za-nachinaeshti/126/a/blizo-10-ot-bylgarskite-studenti-izbirat-da-uchat-v-chujbina,141957/

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