Date Founded: 20/11/2018
Area: Area 3
Chapter Website: Coming soon

Founded in the autumn of 2018, EO South East Europe (EO SEE) is the first multi-country chapter in the history of EO, uniting entrepreneurs from across Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia. With headquarters in Sofia, Bulgaria, the majority of EO SEE members reside in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Sofia.

Yanka Nikolova-Lazarova
Finance chair
Vladimir Rashev
Membership chair
Sergiu Rosca
Member engagement chair
Aleksandar Aleksandrov
Learning chair
Razvan Luca
Forum chair
Istvan Hutton
Strategic Alliances chair
Stoyan Boev
Strategic Alliances chair
Attila Simon
Chapter Manager
Valentina Tashevska

Chapter Stories

Community is key to success in business (and life) | Maria Gergova-Bengtsson - Europreneur Ep 30

Success is never achieved alone. Even if you're the one with the vision, there are those who get the leg work done, support you and help you grow along the way. Entrepreneurs, perhaps more than anyone else, need to be surrounded by a strong community of people who want them to succeed.

EO SEE host the first local GSEA contest for Bulgarian students

EO South East Europe (EO SEE) has signed an agreement with the University of National and World Economy (UNWE) in Sofia, Bulgaria to co-organize the region's first every Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) on February 17, 2023.

Recognize you are an entrepreneur and don't look back | Loredana Niculae - Europreneur Ep 19

When EO Bridge member Loredana Niculae was attending university in post-communist Romania, she worked hard, but still didn't have much money. Unable to afford student housing, she slept three nights under a staircase at one point, but rather than being a discouragement, this experience liberated her. According to Loredana, "When you become free, then you realize that everything else is an opportunity."

Finding your reason to be an entrepreneur | Ivan Lekushev - Europreneur Ep 17

EO South East Europe founding member Ivan Lekushev only recently felt like he finally discovered the true 'why' behind his company, BGO Software , and now he realizes why it's so important to have this sense of direction. A successful man once told him, "The measure of success is the quality and quantity of free time that you have." That's not true for everyone, of course, but clearly identifying success for yourself will shape everything you do, and help you efficiently drive toward the goal you aim to achieve.

Slow down and rise up - or how to turn difficult times into an opportunity

It was supposed to be a day like any other. I woke up feeling fresh, took a shower, got dressed, looked at my never-ending to-do list and got ready to jump back into the rush of the day. I put on a pair of high-heeled sandals that matched my summer dress and ran to my first client meeting. But not quite… As I was approaching the café, which was our meeting point, I spotted my friend and client, who was already there waiting for me. I rushed in her direction, waving and smiling at her, looking forward to a delicious cup of coffee and an inspiring conversation. What followed, however, was quite the contrary. I found myself lying on the ground ...

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