Cisco Systems to set up entrepreneur institute in Bulgaria.

By bne IntelliNews September 17, 2010
US software and IT developer Cisco Systems plans to set up an entrepreneurs institute in the country to provide education programmes to businessmen and help them develop managerial skills, business and financial newswire reported. Also, Cisco vows to offer programmes to raise the qualifications of the state administration, especially in the area of EU fund utilisation. The company signed yesterday (Sep 16) a memorandum for understanding with the transport, IT and communications ministry. A total of 14,000 persons were trained in Cisco programmes over the past five years.

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