Training „Communication through the border“

If you are already working in Romania, you want to work there or you need to train your employees how to communicate with Romanian partners and clients, despite the language barrier and cultural differences, please visit our free cross-border communication training.

The second of the series of free trainings for improvement of key competences, organized by the Visa Agency to the Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, will take place on the 10th and 12th of October at the Danube Hotel with guest speakers from both sides of the border. On October 10th,  Anna Valcheva will familiarize the participants with the main steps in organizing and holding a first meeting with Romanian clients and partners, as well as how to communicate with a potential Romanian employer during a job interview.

Opportunities and challenges in working with Romanian partners, cultural differences and ways to overcome the language barrier will be presented on October 12th by Julia Bahovski from Bucharest.

The training is entirely practical and is designed for jobseekers, for workers, who want to change their careers and for company employees, interested in business partnerships in Romania.

Our trainers:

Anna Valcheva, PROFI TRANS 2 OOD

Anna is a sworn translator and works as a consultant to Bulgarian and Romanian companies in various fields: project management, copying, advertising, accounting and auditing, advertising and public relations, art and humanities, business, culture, ecology and environment, education, history, informatics, e-commerce, Internet, journalism, law, linguistics, literature, telecommunications, transport and others.

Julia Bahovski, RoMondo

Julia is a translator and consultant in business communication, graduated from the Faculty of Journalism at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski “and the Law Faculty of the Romanian-American University in Bucharest. Her academic background is complemented by practical business skills, acquired during her 15 years of experience. Believing that the two countries are not well acquainted, Julia works to promote cooperation between them by taking part in cross-border projects, as well as supporting newly created companies to help them start up and advertise themselves in the neighboring country.

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