Google has recently announced on their website that they are looking to hire a regional representative for Romania and Bulgaria. The representative will be located in Romania.
“Fluency in English and Romanian is required. Bulgarian language skills are a plus. ” sounds like Google has decided to focus on Romania for now. With an online population of over 5 000 000 users (CIA’s World Factbook 2004) Romania indeed seems more attractive compared with the 1 800 000 internet users in Bulgaria.
Form the same page on Google’s website it is visible that the company is expanding its international activities in many directions. There is a strong focus on South America as the list includes Chile, Argentina, Columbia, Costa Rica, Peru and Puerto Rico. The Far East also gets a lot of attention from the giant in search. Regional representatives are to be hired in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Oceania.