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Lili Petkova

Posted on behalf of Aleksandar Shumakov, participant in the scolarship program I was waiting at a bus stop a few days before my first day at university with a couple of strangers. I didn’t know

Posting on social media or vlogging sounds easy when the goals are personal reasons. When you do it for living, it sounds more like fun than like a serious job. When the topic you are

24 teams of students aged 10 to 16, 35 teachers mentors of the teams, over 20 colleagues volunteers from the Lab, external guests, media, robotics competition and games – all of this guaranteed a lot

Ivan Ivanov will be 11th grade at the American College in Sofia. He was one of the participants in the past edition of SAP GeekyCamp, our programming school for high school students @ SAP Labs

“Robotics for Bulgaria” is one of our biggest CSR initiatives in the last years. The program was launched in 2015 and aims to stimulate the interest of students in science and technology by providing the

The SAP Social Sabbatical for local engagement program is a unique, short term high-impact volunteering offering for SAP employees who work together in cross-functional teams to solve concrete business challenges for non-profit organizations in local

In 2015 we launched our initiative SAP Back2School. Its aim is our colleagues to volunteer and visit the high schools they have graduated from. During their visit they tell the current students more about the

SAP Startup Focus is a global program helping promising startups in the big data, predictive and real-time analytics space build applications on the SAP HANA platform and accelerate the go-to-market. Over the last 3+ years,

The first day of March this year came with our annual Development kick-off meeting. SAP d-kom Sofia was again the place to learn, network and celebrate innovation for all the colleagues in Labs Bulgaria. What

Pancho Karamanski is an Accessibility tester in SAP Labs Bulgaria. Since Pancho is sightless he has a lot of experience with software as a user himself because he uses only accessible software. He shares more