Training of trainers under the REFA-Germany program (29.07-17.09.2019)
Bulgarian Industrial Association and BIC Capital Market Ltd. organize a train-of-trainers course in the REFA program (Germany). Those whho has successfully completed this seminar will receive an internationally recognized certificate for trainers who have the right to carry out on the territory of Bulgaria training in "Optimization of the company management of the labor-production process" under the program of REFA (Germany). The training will take place between 29.07-17.09.2019.

Official Celebration of the town Sofia
September 17 is the official holiday of Bulgaria's capital Sofia. The decision announced on 17 September for a celebration of the capital was taken in 1992 by decision of the Municipal Council. On that day bouquet day celebrate all that bear the names Faith, Hope, Love and Sofia.

The Independence Day (Bulgarian National Holiday)
On September 22, 1908, Bulgaria declared its full independence from Ottoman control. Signing the Bulgarian Declaration of Independence nullified the harmful clauses of the Treaty of Berlin under which the greater part of the railway lines in Southern Bulgaria were under the regimen of capitulations (as Turkey's property) which entailed the payment of an annual tax to Turkey. After the Treaty of Berlin (1878) Macedonia remained under Ottoman rule, while after the wars and the peace treaties (Bucharest, 1913, and Neuilly, 1919) the greater part of it was incorporated into Serbia and Greece. The idea of the national unification of the Bulgarians was fatally doomed, mostly by the policy of the imperialist diktat, but for those affected it was impossible to abandon it. An armed struggle began which in its content, organizational methods and purposes was a continuation of the Bulgarian national-liberation movement of the ‘70s of the 19th century. However, the Ottoman rulers were pushed out of Macedonia and Adrianople Thrace not by means of a democratic revolution but through Bulgaria's, Serbia's, Greece's and Montenegro's military might in the First Balkan war of 1912.

September 23, 2019 - Non-working day
In connection with the official celebration of the Independence Day of Bulgaria on September 22, Council of Ministers decided September 23 as a non-working day

29 years membership of Bulgaria in the World Bank and IMF
On 25 September 1990 Bulgaria joined the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Day of The Bulgarian Municipality
The first “Law of the municipalities and city government” was published on October 12th 1882 in edition 117 of “Darjaven Vestnik”.

9 years of the establishment of the National Council for competence assessment
National Council for competence assessment in Bulgaria (NSOK) was initiated by the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) of the HRD Project for an information system to assess the competence of the workforce. The Council includes representatives of the social partners and representatives of key stakeholders and major players in the labor market. NSOK is a permanent body for cooperation, consultation and institutionalizing the results of various stages and levels in assessing the competence of the workforce in industries and regions during the execution of the Project. Council may discuss and give opinions on assessments of competence in different sectors, subsectors, occupations, jobs, businesses and jobs developed in the implementation of the project. To the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Science, the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism and the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation, proposals and draft legislation, measures and programs to promote adaptability of force recommendations to address the problems of the labor market and more.

St. Dimitar’s day – builders’ day
The day of St. Dimitar is celebrated as proffesional holiday of the builders

Back to the astronomical time - scroll of watches with 1 hour back
The change in Bulgaria is introduced by a decision of the Government by 1979. For the first time in summer and winter time introduces the UK since 1908 for use in full daylight during the summer. The idea of "Daylight Saving Time" actually belongs to the American statesman Benjamin Franklin, who during his stay in Paris in 1784 wrote a whole essay on the topic entitled "The Economical Project". The idea is taken seriously by London building contractor William Uilet (1865-1915) who published a pamphlet entitled "The Waste of Daylight". He recovery promotional campaign that led to the law on British Summer Time (BST), adopted by parliament in 1916 in XX century main argument for the introduction of summer time and saving electricity. According to expert estimates 25 percent of all electricity used for household purposes, goes for lighting and household appliances such as televisions and cassette player. In XVIII century, Franklin also made similar calculations and found that 100 000 households in Paris could save a huge amount, if not light candles in the 183-you dinners from March 20 to Sept. 20.

Local elections for councilors and mayors of municipalities
Presidential Decree Rumen Radev will hold local elections for municipal councilors and mayors of municipalities, districts and mayoralties in Bulgaria on October 27, 2019.

Birthday of the Internet
Exactly at 22.30 on October 29, 1969 engineers from UCLA and Stanford Research Institute succeeded for the first time to exchange data between two computers at a distance of 400 miles. The project to connect the two systems is called the Arpanet and was commissioned by the Ministry of Defense.

In 1900 in the town. Sofia first street lights lightenings
On November 1, 1900 HPS Pancherevo powered lightenings first street in Sofia

Day of the Leaders of the Bulgarian Revival
November 1 is one of the official holidays in the Republic of Bulgaria. On this day, people celebrate and pay respect to the achievements and memory of the leaders of the Bulgarian Revival – to all those enlighteners, revolutioners and fighers for liberation, who played a major role for the preserving of the spiritual values and the morality of our nation. The first unofficial celebration of the holiday took place in Plovdiv in 1909. People paid respect to their heros nationwide which in 1922 gave reason to Stoyan Omarchevski (back then Minister of the People’s Enlightment) to propose to the Council of Minister to declare November 1a national holiday and a day-off for all schools in Bulgaria. Despite its great cultural and national importance, the day of the leaders of the Bulgarian Revival was forbidden in 1945, when the Government decided Bulgaria already had a similar holiday – the Day of the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, which is still celebrated as the day of the Bulgarian enlightment and culture. The celebration of November 1 was resumed in 1990 on the initiative of the Mati Bulgaria union.

Day of Metallurgist
On November 5, 1963 was opened metallurgical plant "Kremikovtsi". Bulgarian Association of the Metallurgical Industry (BAMI) celebrates this day as an official professional holiday of metallurgy in Bulgaria.

International Accountant Day
On November 10, 1494, Pacoli published his work "Everything About Arithmetic, Geometry, Proportion, and Proportionality." The book is a description of the practices of Venetian merchants how they keep their accounts. Luca Pachioli also formulated the basic accounting principles that are still in use today.

Day of freedom of speech in Bulgaria
Day of freedom of speech in Bulgaria was proclaimed on November 10, 2003, during a ceremony of the annual awards for journalism, "Chernorizetz Hrabur" by the Union of Publishers in Bulgaria.