Expert translations of specialised texts in the field of law, banking, finance, information… read more


Professional simultaneous and consecutive interpretations at events with international… read more


We are a translation agency authorised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the… read more


Translation/localisation of websites, software applications, manuals and handbooks… read more

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Editing, proof-reading, adapting, updates, setting and word processing, prepress… read more


Measures regarding the situation with Covid-19

Dear Clients, Partners and Friends, In these tough days for Bulgaria and humanity, we of the Sofita Translation Agency would like to wish you and your loved ones great health and strength. Frightening as Covid-19 may be, we trust that the human spirit is stronger. The current situation is not just a trial, it is also a challenge. It is a privilege for our industry… read more

Sofita took part in memoQ fest

Sofita's computational linguist, Todor Lazarov, took part in the tenth international MEMOQ FEST, held annually in Budapest. The event was attended by more than 200 representatives of Europe's largest translation companies, as well as Israel, Japan, Australia and Russia, most of which are longtime partners of Sofita. The main focus of the conference was the implementation… read more

The day of Bulgarian enlightenment and culture and the Slavonic alphabet

  Today we celebrate Bulgarian enlightenment and culture and the Slavonic alphabet of the Thessalonian brothers Saints Cyril and Methodius. ‘Preserving Saints Cyril and Methodius’ lifework, Bulgaria has earned the gratitude and respect not only of the Slavic people but of the world as a whole. And as long as mankind attributes real meaning to the words ‘progress’,… read more


Dear colleagues! Today Bulgaria pays tribute to the leaders of the Bulgarian national revival who preserved over the centuries the spiritual values of the nation and its morals. The day of the leaders of the Bulgarian national revival was celebrated for the first time in Plovdiv in 1909. With a decree of Tsar Boris III of 1 November 1923, this day was declared… read more