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The first Alumni book in Bulgaria

Submitted on Monday, 24 November 2008No Comment
The first Alumni book in Bulgaria

Nearly 500 contacts are present in the first Bulgarian Alumni book. The book covers the students of the Economics faculty of the Sofia University (SU) “St. Clement of Ohrid”. 3000 copies were printed, and will be distributed for free to former and current students, personnel agencies, employers and partners of the faculty.

“The first Alumni book in Bulgaria shows that, while slowly, the lost traces of people that graduated a while ago can be found again. The Alumni culture in Bulgaria is still not recognized and evaluated. Gradually, people will understand the benefit of having the contacts of alumni of all years in one place. We hope that next year, this book will be even fuller with up-to-date addresses and telephones.The Alumni book helps people find each other, eases the connections between them”, shares Ivailo Botev, Chief manager of the union for business credits “Creditex”, who gave the idea for the book.

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