The people in the region and in the whole country for that matter are at pace with the current technology trends. That being said, the attitude towards technology is welcoming and often represents a personal interest in employees. Furthermore, anecdotal evidence shows that there is a lot less turnover of employees in the Plovdiv region compared to the capital Sofia. This helps for a tighter and more cohesive team to form in every company with greater number of personnel. This makes way for better interpersonal relations to form, which adds to a better workplace environment.

An empirical study in Bulgarian organizations highlights the relations between the type of organizational culture and management style. The study distinguished three types of organizational culture. The revailing management style in Bulgarian organizations is associated with cultural practices that characterize a market-oriented type of organizational culture. Core values in it are competitiveness, productivity, achieving of higher profits and risk-taking. Managers and leaders in organizations with market –oriented type cultures are persistent leaders, inventors, competitors. The main task of the leader is to motivate and inspire employees to do a good job and achieve a higher level of competitive performance. Plovdiv is the second in significance for the outsourcing sector city in Bulgaria. The favorable business ecosystem that is present here has attracted several big names from the industry. There are some rudiments of formation of a concentrated industry segment in the region. A more particular case is the concentration of German lingual business. Quite a few of the companies that outsource their processes in Plovdiv are of German
or Austrian origin.