Software Group will open 200 new jobs in Bulgaria by 2021, the company said today. The company founded in Bulgaria operates on six continents and with over 150 clients in 70 countries. At present, the number of its employees exceeds 350. The expansion will be funded with the first EIB investment loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) amounting to € 18 million.
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