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Oya Gür is taking the role of Shared Services Director at Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company.
95% of the production generated waste is recycled, according to the Coca‑Cola Sustainable Development Report in Bulgaria
The company's Shared Services Center is the leader among all shared services companies in the country
The Group Coca‑Cola Hellenic announced today the Q3 results, and on this occasion Zoran Bogdanovic, Group CEO, made the following announcement:
This is shown in the report on the socio-economic impact of the Coca‑Cola system in Bulgaria for 2017, which is made for the third consecutive year.
Nearly 60 students of the National Trade and Banking High School will implement practically their knowledge on finance and accounting by joining the teams of the shared service centеrs of Coca‑Cola HBSC (Coca‑Cola Hellenic Business Services Organization). The youngsters from the 11th and 12th grades will get to know the activities of the multinational company up close for three months. They will be actively involved in the work of the financial and accounting teams. The initiative is a part of the project “Students Practices – Phase 1” under the operational program “Science and Education for intellectual growth”.
Coca‑Cola presented the first in the country free online platform for young people education and career development YOUTH EMPOWERED, at the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union Conference "The professional education and training - a preferred choice".
On a special Christmas event Coca‑Cola thanked to its partners in the country, with which it is executing its projects for better and sustainable future, investing in local communities, youth development and environment. The company received the Golden Sign by the Confederation of Employers and Industrialists in Bulgaria for an overall contribution to the economic, social and educational development in Bulgaria and also the honorary plaque of the Bulgarian Red Cross for partnership in the field of donation and volunteering.
More than 500 young people from seven Bulgarian cities have successfully passed the Youth Empowered educational programme. Held for the first time in Bulgaria, the programme aims to reduce the number of economically inactive people in the country.
The team from the St. Konstantin-Kiril Philosopher school in Ruse is the winner of the sixth edition of Bulgaria's biggest school football tournament, the Coca‑Cola Cup.