About us

BEXOUT Ltd was founded as a swedish-bulgarian IT Company at year 2003. The firm is working not only for Bulgarian web market, but also as an outsourcing company for Swedish or other English speaking clients. The firm is focused on web site design and development, graphic and logo design, web hosting services, search engine optimization and domain name registration.

Among the sites that Bexout developed noncommercial, for the benefit of all internet users, are badrum-offert.bolinan.info and support pages. Bulgarian translation of the book "Basic HTML and working with Dreamweavwer" is also available for free download.

At august, year 2005 the Russian and Ukrainian versions of Bexout`s site were stolen by wangberg.net : http://www.wangberg.net/russian/, http://www.wangberg.net/ukrainian/.

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Today Sweden is a member of the EU, which was previously considered incompatible with neutrality. But they did not accepted Euro as national currency, so they use Swedish krona instead. Many people also believe that Sweden should join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), while others argue firmly that even in a new world security situation, non-alignment must remain a basic feature of Swedish foreign policy. 

Sweden's evolution from a poor, backward agrarian country to a modern industrialized nation in the space of only half a century is internationally classified as an economic miracle, in many respects comparable with that of Japan.The prosperity that Sweden built up during the 20th century was distributed among the population in the form of large tax-financed systems of education, health care, child and elder care, parental insurance, pensions and various general allowances. The consequence has been a society with narrower economic gaps between the social classes than in comparable countries.This classic welfare state has been referred to internationally as the "middle way," the "third way" or the "Swedish model" (the latter expression originally coined to describe the centralized negotiations between Swedish employers and the country's strong unions, which secured crucial stability in the labor market for several decades as the welfare state expanded).

Openness is yet another of the fundamental principles of Sweden's public sector. The opportunity to examine how our politicians and public agencies exercise their power is a self-evident civil right in Sweden. The "principle of publicity," which goes further in Sweden than in most countries, not only makes all written business and all correspondence to and from our government ministries, municipalities and public agencies available to the press and the general public, but legislation also requires public agencies to provide this information in easily usable form and free of charge.

With fewer than nine million inhabitants, Sweden is an insignificant market in macroeconomic terms. This is the most important reason why Swedish companies have always been extremely dependent on import and export. Sweden has more multinational corporations per capita than almost any other country. Volvo, Saab, Ericsson, Electrolux, ABB, Astra Zeneca, Pharmacia, Atlas Copco and SKF are only a few of these companies.

A more recent phenomenon is service and consumer goods companies that have employed the same principles to build up strong global brands in recent decades. The main example is the "twin" companies IKEA and H&M, both founded in 1947 by classic Swedish entrepreneurs and both based on the concept of making modern design available to broad segments of the population.An exceptional case is the global marketing success of Absolut Vodka, a brand belonging to the government-owned (!) Vin & Sprit AB. By means of a brilliant design and advertising concept, Absolut managed to establish one of the world's strongest international brands in the space of only 20 years. 

Swedes have never contented themselves with a role as a small, anonymous backwater on the world cultural map. They have always been remarkably quick and diligent at snapping up impressions from outside sources, then using them for our own purposes. Their national creative culture can be described as based on a skillful reshaping of impulses borrowed from other, larger cultures.

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