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Greece to start producing green hydrogen

January 18th, 2022|Online news / Blog|

Motor Oil S.A. and Public Power Corporation PPC S.A. announced that they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding agreement whereby they undertake the responsibility to establish the framework and carry out, through a Joint Venture scheme, investment projects related to the green Hydrogen sector. The participation of MOTOR OIL (HELLAS) S.A. in the joint scheme will be 51% while that of PPC S.A. will be 49%. The two parties maintain that the Joint Venture scheme will be a first [...]

AUEB: Aspiring to be a European education hub

January 18th, 2022|Greek Business File|

by Professor Vassilis Papadakis, Vice Rector of International Cooperation and Growth at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) The Athens University of Economics and Business is one of the most extrovert tertiary institution in Greece. Its impressive, for its size, Erasmus program, hosts more than 370 European students every year. To strengthen its international position it has adopted a new extroversion strategy. Professor Vassilis Papadakis, AUEB’s Vice Rector of International Cooperation and Growth explains: "Our institution has implemented [...]

Slide2Open Shipping Finance 2022

January 13th, 2022|Economia as Sponsor|

Athens, 10 January 2022 PRESS RELEASE Euphoria in the Shipping World Is it for real? Slide2Open Shipping Finance 2022 Phygital Conference Experience     What a difference a year makes!  Compared to our previous conference, most markets have taken off with unprecedented ferocity.   But is this going to be one more shipping boom and bust cycle or are we about to witness different dynamics? Can Euphoria be for Real this time? Could the environmental considerations and uncertainties prevailing be [...]

It used to be an agricultural country

January 3rd, 2022|Business File Archive|

In June 1997, the 24th issue of Industrial Review was out, dedicated to Greek Agriculture with an extensive survey of the “Greek Agroindustries”.       As the editorial notes, in 1997 “the Greek economy depends more on agriculture than any other country of the European Union. Yet the sector is fragmented and inefficient with landholdings a quarter of the community average and output less than half…. Agriculture contributed 7.5% towards gross domestic product, compared to a European average of [...]

New Galleries for Art of Ancient Greece, Rome and the Byzantine Empire at MFA Boston

December 9th, 2021|Diaspora|

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (MFA), is unveiling an ambitious transformation in the George D. and Margo Behrakis Wing for Art of the Ancient World: five reimagined galleries for the art of ancient Greece, Rome and the Byzantine Empire that tell new stories about some of the oldest works in the MFA’s collection. Filled with natural light, the newly renovated spaces feature innovative displays, interactive and digital experiences created in partnership with local and international collaborators, and immersive evocations [...]

6th Innovation Ready workshop

January 5th, 2022|Events|

Change is afoot… Great innovations are happening in Greece! Are you interested? Join Innovation Ready to increase your innovation capacity and to produce highvalue-added products and services: During the 6th Innovation Ready workshop, “Smart infrastructure for sustainable living” on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, from 16:30 to 18:15, will be presented: Smart sensor designed and manufactured in Greece Energy and fuel storage management system Traffic management solutions and city mobility platforms Edge cloud data centers infrastructure Integrated Workplace Management System Process optimization platform for marinas and tourist ports [...]