Business

Eye in the Sky

By Douglas Williams   Those who live in North Bucharest will probably have noticed the odd helicopter or six flying above them. Kinda noisy but also kinda cool, it’s hard not to love a helicopter. An...

A-frame houses: new, refreshing, green

You may think that A-frame houses are a thing of the past, but this housing company will convince you otherwise.   ‘The A-frames were popular in the 70s, but due to insulation issues they were mainly u...

The Next Step for Romanian Tech

Romania has become a favoured destination for IT and business process outsourcing (BPO), thanks to a diverse set of advantages from the highly skilled, multilingual local workforce to its relatively low costs c...

Romanian Renaissance

Lawyer by day, premium vineyard manager also by day, ambassador for Romanian wine 24/7, children’s book writer by night (mostly), mother of two small boys also 24/7, enthusiastic and energetic promoter of readi...

Renting a home as an expat

Finding a good house or apartment to rent is hard work, but it gets even harder when language barriers and foreign laws are involved. There are a few things that every tenant, and especially an expat, should be...

Through the Mazars Lens

Dino Ebneter comes from a family of Swiss entrepreneurs. Stepping out from the robust Swiss economy, where he had the potential of a decent career in an established consulting firm, in 2004, was a very consciou...

Nordic Food relies on business growth of 15% this year

Nordic Food, one of the largest food distribution companies in retail and HoReCa, estimates this year an increase on turnover of 15%, from 241 million lei last year, growth based on increased consumption and br...