In our series devoted to all those cool people who have chosen to settle in the city under the hills, we continue with our third guest.
Angela moved here in June last year and since September she has her own business called Nyvista (www.nyvista.com). She is a business developer and coach and her focus is on intercultural skills, improving the workflow in small and medium-sized companies, helping them with new markets and business ideas. Further, she also offers life coaching for those who are in or close to a burn-out.
Being a single, foreign businesswoman here in Plovdiv is definitely not an advantage but Angela sees so much potential here, as more and more expats are coming to Plovdiv to start their own business but then struggle with lack of knowledge of the mentality and habits.
She speaks 5 languages: German, English, Italian, Swedish and French and we from the digital guide’s team are wishing her to add very soon Bulgarian to the list.
And here are the answers of the always smiling Angela in our traditional questionnaire, with which we found out what attracts her to Plovdiv and where she likes to "get lost" in the city on the seven hills:
When friends visit Plovdiv for the first time we go to...The old town for a walk, Nebet and Bunarzhik hill for a sundowner and Kapana to relax and chat
When it’s party time I go to...Kanape or Fargo
The most underrated place in Plovdiv is...Plovdiv
A place in Plovdiv that always wows people is...the ancient theatre and the stadium in the center
For a delicious food, I usually go to...Pavaj in Kapana
The coolest place in town is...sitting on the rocks of Nebet Tepe with friends, some beer and/or wine and watch the sun go down.
My alternative route in Plovdiv is…any route as long as I can go by foot
My least favorite thing in Plovdiv is…that the air is sometimes very polluted