Fashion Show in Istanbul

Two hundred Turkish and foreign companies are participating at the Istanbul Fashion Show which opened yesterday. Ready-to-wear clothing, brands, children's wear, sportswear, lingerie and accessories are exhibited in the fair. The ... More

Bulgarian Sportswear Acknowledged in Munich

Bulgarian sportswear company Diel has received an honorary diploma at the world's largest sporting goods show. The ISPO Winter 2006 was held from January 29th through February 1st, 2006, in Munich. Diel was one of the two ... More

SPRIDER plans to open retail center in Novi Sad

Mayor Maja Gojković spoke in the City House with the representatives of Greek company "Sprider" about possibility of opening of its retail center in that city. According to the announcement, the president of the company, ... More

Apparel maker Prvi Maj boasts 2005 exports of EUR 3.5 million

Apparel maker Prvi Maj from Pirot has increased exports by 7% to EUR 3.5 million this year, while boosting domestic sales by 20%. However, the company expressed strong discontent with what it called unfair competition from ... More

Planika Subsidiary Acquired by Germany's Meindl

In line with the deal signed by Meindl and Bema Group with Marinc, the new owners will pay the SIT 390m (EUR 1.62m) acquisition price in six months and will keep all 243 Planika Turnisce employees. This was a rare bankruptcy case ... More

Shoe maker Leonardo to open Bulgarian store '06

The Romanian Leonardo chain of footwear stores plans to expand its own network of stores in Bulgaria and Moldova in '06. The company, which develops its network of stores under a franchise system, also intends to add 10-12 to the ... More

Greek company to list on bulgarian exchange

The shares of Greek textile company Blue Okeaniki, headquartered in Pernik, near Sofia, have been registered by Bulgaria's Central Depository in what is the first step towards listing on the local bourse. The capital of the ... More