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INTEGRA GROUP is a company with a mission to contribute to the development of the business and the regions in the conditions of a common European market and policies. The core business of the company is concentrated on the service sector. The Development Strategy of INTEGRA GROUP envisages a continuous expansion of the number of services offered in line with the requirements of its clients and the dynamic market changes.


One of the greatest advantages of Bulgaria’s accession to the EU, and at the same time one of the biggest challenges, is the utilization of the large-scale financial support for development provided by the EU financing vehicles which create unprecedented opportunities for sustainable social and economic growth. The funds envisaged for Bulgaria in the period 2014-2020 are about EUR 14,4 billion. The experience of the EU member states that the financial instruments of the EU policies have a strong impact on development by increasing the physical, financial, human, social and environmental resources of the supported countries and regions and encourage the introduction of new solutions in the elaboration of policies and policy-making. In order to achieve such impact the funds must not only be used in due time and in accordance with the formal requirements but also be utilized effectively. This means that there should be institutional and administrative capacity for project development and management adequate to the scale of the support as well as good knowledge of the specific (regarded as complicated and bureaucratic) rules and procedures connected with the granting of funds.


We at INTEGRA GROUP understand the importance of communication between partners from different parts of the world. Language is the main means of communication and in the conditions of globalization a good translation means good communication and mutual understanding laying the grounds for an effective business partnership. For this reason we offer strictly specialized language solutions from and to 35 languages in different spheres of activity.


In recent decades there is broadening of the practice of VAT refund to foreign nationals upon/after they leave the country vendor. The end user, who buys goods in the country where he/she lives, is not entitled to a VAT refund. This does not apply to individuals (subject to certain conditions) and legal persons registered under the VAT Act. They are entitled to a deduction or refund of the tax on purchases of goods or services.
In practice, the large majority of organizations in the world can benefit from this service.
If your business is located:

    • on the Community territory,
    • outside the Community territory.


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The International Organization for Standardization, established in 1946 is created with the purpose of development and proliferation of standards supporting the international exchange of goods and services in the era of global communications and markets without borders. It has over 150 members – national organizations for standardization.
The standards from the ISO series are voluntary but their introduction is being progressively imposed by the market requirements for unification and guarantee of the quality of the goods and services offered. They are the basic requirements a given organization has to cover in order to prove the existence of a functioning Quality Management System.
The introduction of a correspondingly functioning QSM in each organization is accompanied by a number of positive effects among which are:

  • Better reliability of the goods and services offered;
  • Better control over the processes in the organization;
  • Better documentation and tracing of the processes;
  • Greater satisfaction of the clients,
  • Expanded markets.


Public procurement contracts are awarded for the purpose of ensuring efficiency in the spending of budget and non-budget resources as well as resources related to the performance of activities of public interest specified in the Law on Public Procurement.
Since the accession of the Republic of Bulgaria to the European Union, the country has faced the great challenge of efficient spending of the resources granted by the structural funds. The achievement of this objective requires familiarity and compliance with the applicable provisions of the European legislation and the Bulgarian legislation.
The laws and regulations applicable in the sphere of public procurement contracts include the Law on Public Procurement, the Ordinance on Award of Small Procurement Contracts and Council of Ministers’ Decree No 55/20.03.2007. Their proper application ensures achievement of the purposes of the Law, and namely:

  • Ensuring of effectiveness, efficiency and economy in resources spending;
  • The spending of resources by beneficiaries for contractor assignment is performed in compliance with the procedures set in the Decree and the principles of publicity and transparency, free and loyal competition, equal treatment and avoidance of discrimination.






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