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Digitall announced a new manager for Bulgaria

Yordan Ginev, co-founder of Bulpros, is the new managing director of the Digitall group for Bulgaria (photo: Digitall)

The technology company Digitall, which has Bulgarian roots, has announced changes to its management team. David Laux, co-founder and member of the Supervisory Board, takes over the role of the group’s executive director, as of April 1, 2023. Yordan Ginev becomes Managing Director for Bulgaria and will combine his new role with his previous position as Chief Operating Officer of the group.

With this transition, Digitall begins a new stage of its growth, which aims to accelerate its further strategic development in the key markets of Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe and North America, the company announced.

David Laux is a successful entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in business consulting and technology. He is one of the co-founders of Digitall, which was created in 2021 after the merger of the Bulgarian technology company Bulpros and the German company he manages, ec4u. Since then, Laux has had an active role in the management of the company, being part of its Supervisory Board.

Until 2021, David Laux holds the position of executive director of ec4u – one of the two predecessor companies of Digitall, which he co-founded in 2000. He previously held various management positions at companies such as Siebel Systems Inc. and nova data AG/entory AG.

David Laux, the new CEO of Digitall, is a successful entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience
(photo: Digitall)

“Taking this position, my main priorities will be business growth, strengthening the company’s positions in our key markets, as well as increasing the company’s operational efficiency,” commented David Laux.

Yordan Ginev, who became the group’s managing director for Bulgaria on April 1, is among the co-founders of Bulpros, one of Digitall’s two predecessor companies. He will be responsible for the company’s activities in our country and at the same time will remain the chief operating officer of Digitall.

“As before, our main goal will be to offer high-quality services to our customers and build on our successful partnerships with some of the largest technology companies worldwide. The company employs over 1,500 employees in 13 countries and our main priorities are the introduction of various programs aimed at increasing their commitment, providing a good working environment and conditions for the development of their talent”, said Yordan Ginev.

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