Company KP Immobilien Ltd with Award from Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
On December 2nd the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) gave its annual awards to leading companies and holdings in Bulgaria. KP Immobilien Ltd – a subsidiary of the company MOTO-PFOHE, received first prize in the category Top 100 companies ranked according to the change in their net revenue 2008/2007. KP Immobilien reported sales amounting to 6,931 million BGN which is 2,717% more compared to the previous year. The award of the company, pronounced the most dynamically developing as regards sales for 2008, was received by Atanas Fournadzhiev – the Executive Director of MOTO-PFOHE.
One of the projects which KP Immobilien has realized – the exceptional holiday development Belvedere Holiday Club in Bansko – is one of the nominees for the prize Building of the Year 2009 in the Holiday Developments category. BULGARIAN PROPERTIES is the agency holding the exclusive rights on the sale of the apartments in the development.
KP Immobilien is a subsidiary company of MOTO-PFOHE which is owned by the German developer Karl-Heinz Pfohe who has been working successfully in Bulgaria for more than 18 years.
Belvedere Holiday Club
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