Balfin Training Academy and the professional development of our employees – Interview with Eltion Koci

Training and our employees’ professional development are the focus of Human Resources Management. With the purpose for a continuous investment in your professional development, Balfin Group undertakes every year different trainings to improve your professional skills. Training is crucial for organizational development and success. It is fruitful to both employers and employees of an organization. Training presents a prime opportunity to expand the knowledge base of all employees.

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OKAIDI, the French clothing brand for children, opens its new store in Shkodra

The French clothing brand for children up to 14 years old, Okaidi, was first introduced to Albanian market in October 2008, bringing the French style and quality, which is already successful in many countries around the world. This success could not be missed even in our country, where after the first three shops in Tirana, Okaidi is getting closer to its clients with a new store opening in Shkodra, a new investment made by Fashion Group Albania.
Okaidi proposes modern and creative collections for children. Respecting them, their tastes and identity by creating collections that are easy to combine and use, giving each child the opportunity to discover and establish their personality. Okaidi brings practical clothing, urban style, full of design and color.

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Tungjatjeta, World Vision’s Social Program, gets the strategic support of Balfin Group in Albania

Balfin Group, the largest and most innovative group of investments in Albania and one of the largest in the region, joins the World Vision social program, "Tungjatjeta", as one of the strategic partners of this program.
The leaders of Balfin Group expressed their readiness to cooperate and support the social program Tungjatjeta.

The World Vision International has in its foundation the child welfare through community development. All over the country, it turns out that 70,000 children between the ages of 2 and 17 are disabled, while 92% of them do not receive the basic services they need. Tungjatjeta is a social program dedicated to children with disabilities who live in the deepest areas of the country. Lack of infrastructure but also economic difficulties has made these children excluded from specialized services.

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