Porto Carras Grand Resort: Opens in April with five-star facilities

February 26th, 2021|Online news / Blog|

The iconic Porto Carras Grand Resort, on the western coast of Sithonia Halkidiki, on northern mainland Greece,  announced its opening under in April 2021. The resort in Greece is nestled on the slopes of Meliton, overlooking the expansive blue of Toroneos Gulf, stretching across 1,763 hectares of verdant landscapes and along 9 km of sandy, Blue-Flag awarded beaches, punctuated by 25 pristine coves. Aerial view of the Porto Carras Grand Resort Opening on April 29th, the Porto Carras [...]

Russia- Greece: “Unorthodox” partners

February 26th, 2021|Greek Business File|

A report from the Centre for the Study of Democracy, a Sofia-based thinktank, suggests that Moscow’s “malign” influence on strategic decision-making in southeast Europe remains strong, even though Russian economic power has weakened in recent years with the gradual opening up of the region’s energy markets. Russia continues to disrupt economic policymaking and promote divisive agendas across the southern Balkans regardless of countries’ commitments to deepening relations with the EU. The report argues that in Greece, Russian companies, both state-owned [...]

Greek early-stage startups conquer new frontiers through the Greek Startup Universe!

February 26th, 2021|Economia as Sponsor|

Greek early-stage startups conquer new frontiers through the Greek Startup Universe! StartupGreece Non-profit organization and Founderhood are pleased to announce the launching of the online program Greek Startup Universe on March 2, 2021, which is under the auspices of the Secretariat General for Public Diplomacy and Greeks Abroad of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The program will be free for all Greeks and Cypriots who have a tech startup or a promising tech idea. The Greek Startup Universe aims [...]

29 years ago

February 26th, 2021|Business File Archive|

Viomichaniki Epitheorisi’s second issue, in March 1992, is concerned by the energy dependence of Greece. Back then, the main worry was the energy intensity- the rate of energy consumption relative to GDP and its rapidly rising trend. The problem was exacerbated by the fact that Greeks loved their cars and did not much use public transportation. The Prinos oil field, 8 km off-shore the coast of the Thassos island had been in operation for less than a year and its [...]

“Little Greece” in the Inner West of Sydney: impact of Greek diaspora recognised

February 16th, 2021|Diaspora|

The impact of the local Greek diaspora on Marrickville’s cultural fabric, in the Inner West of Sydney, has been formally recognised: The stretch of Marrickville Road between Livingstone and Victoria roads has been declared “Little Greece” by the Inner West Council. The precinct’s new moniker was confirmed last week at a council meeting and will now be submitted to the Geographical Names Board, which officially assigns and records name and place details. “Naming a section of Marrickville as ‘Little Greece’ [...]

Innovative Greeks: Coming together for a common future

February 16th, 2021|Events|

SEV Hellenic Federation of Enterprises and Endeavor Greece aspire to create a global community of Greeks who create and fund innovative ventures. The goal is to form an open to all knowledge and networking community, where world-renowned Greek entrepreneurs, investors and high-level executives share knowledge, connections and resources with rapidly growing Greek start-ups.   Greek start-ups will have the opportunity to explore opportunities, collaborate with leading companies, exchange expertise, explore new markets and grow. The initiative starts with the first [...]