Stefan Sharlopov, Owner of Sharlopov hotels Ltd
Sharlopov Hotels Ltd was established in 1999 and represents the first private Bulgarian hotel chain. The company is unique for being the only one in Bulgaria that offers its partners and clients the opportunity to organize cultural and historical tours throughout the country combined with ski tourism, health and SPA tourism, conference tourism, eco- and rural tourism by using hotels, apartment complexes and eco-houses − all property of Sharlopov Hotels.
The company owns Pirin Park Hotel in Sandanski, Murgavets Grand Hotel in Pamporovo, Devin Spa Hotel in Devin, Yantra Grand Hotel in Veliko Tarnovo, Eco houses in Bozhentzi and Palmenwald Hotel Schwarzwaldhof in Freudenstadt,Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Stefan Sharlopov is a President of the Bulgarian Union of Balneology and SPA Tourism, a Member of CEIBG, a Deputy Chairman of the Union of Bulgarian Tourism Industry.
Mr. Atanas Nenov is the Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of National Company Industrial Zones PLC. He has gained significant experience and insight on attracting investment during the five years he worked as Head of the Commercial and Economic Office in the Bulgarian Embassy in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Mr. Nenov has also been a Chief Expert at the Ministry of Economy and Energy in Directorate “Foreign Economic Policy”, Department “Russian Federation and CIS”. He has extensive experience in the fields of: financial brokerage and investment banking, IT solutions, the electronic goods market, tourism and consulting. He has university degrees in Management and Philology and speaks English, Russian and Arabic.
Spas Petrov, Sales Director, Konservinvest Ltd.
Spas Petrov has been working in the field of food processing and manufacturing, and in particular at Konservinvest since 1999. Between 2004 and 2008 hedealt solely trade, import and export of food. From 2008 on Spas Petrov is the Commercial Director of Konservinvest responsible for the exports of the company.
Dmitriy Oparin, Syntera