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The Bluepint and FIABCI partnership has started in 2016. FIABCI is the French acronym for "Federation Internationale des Administrateurs de Bien-Conselis Immobiliers", which means "The International Real Estate Federation". The organisation was established in Paris, France in 1951 and since then it managed to become the largest worldwide business networking organisation for all professionals associated with the real estate industry and to partner with the United Nations and The World Bank. The organisation has more than 1 million members with local chapters in the Americas, Africa, Middle East, Asia-Pacific region and Europe totalling 70+ countries. The Blueprint is a Global Strategic Partner of FIABCI and also a representative of Picmiller, a Finnish company, which provides an added value service for real estate professionals.
The Blueprint has been a member of Business Networking International (BNI) since 2016. In that period we have managed to establish very strong and viable connections with local businesses, talented specialists and young entrepreneurs. The collaboration with BNI gives us great opportunities to meet representatives of educational institutions, local authorities and charity organisations. As a result of this networking we have contributed to the business growth of our BNI community and also to various socially responsible initiatives. Some of our partners are CloudFaces, Umni, Primo Plus, 3con, BCM (Business Cost Management), NOVI Global and others.
BBBA aims to provide a professional environment for business people and individuals who make up the British-Bulgarian business community, and the needs and interests of our members are at the core of everything we do.The Blueprint has been a member of BBBA since 2017. Among the other members are representatives of British companies (or companies with British interests) based in Bulgaria, International or Bulgarian Companies with British management teams, British companies not necessarily based in Bulgaria, but with substantial business interests in Bulgaria (e.g. those involved in the export of goods and services to Bulgaria), Bulgarian companies with interest in trade and other commercial activities with the UK, and in particular where such activities generate value to the UK through employment, taxation.