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B2B Travel Event Thessaloniki 2017 Deemed a Success

Over 600 business meetings were held in just two days between Greek tourism enterprises and travel professionals from target international markets at the B2B Travel Event held recently in Thessaloniki.

‘Respond on Demand’ B2B Thessaloniki Meet to Spur Tourism

Cooperation in tourism and travel will take center stage during the B2B Travel Event Thessaloniki 2017 to take place on March 27-28.

Foreign Tourism Pros Coming to Thessaloniki B2B Travel Event to Partner with Greek Professionals

Over 30 travel professionals from all over the world will be attending the B2B Travel Event Thessaloniki 2017 looking to do business with Greek hoteliers.

Greek Authorities Urge Tourists to Demand Receipts

Greece’s Secretary General of Public Revenue Giorgos Pitsilis is urging all tourists to demand receipts for products or services as the finance ministry is moving full-speed ahead with over 30,000 inspections by September 30 in efforts to tackle tax evading tourist businesses.

Thessaloniki B2B Travel Event Connects Greek Professionals with Int’l Buyers

New collaborations were discussed between Greek tourism enterprises and travel agencies from target international markets at the B2B Travel Event held recently in Thessaloniki by Respond on Demand for the fifth year.

Hotel Chamber Seeks Greek Prime Minister’s Intervention Over Possible Tax Hikes

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels on Friday sought Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' intervention to prevent new tax hikes to tourism enterprises in Greece.

New E-Magazine Presents Greek Tourism Enterprises To Italian Market

The Hellenic Italian Chamber of Commerce in Athens has launched the new e-magazine SISTEMA ITALIA-SAPORI E VIAGGI (Taste and Travel), in the context of promoting bilateral trade cooperation between Greece and Italy.

Travel Trade Athens: Major Trade Event Returns To The Greek Capital

The Greek capital will once again be in the spotlight with the launch of the second edition of the annual Travel Trade Athens event at the Megaron Athens International Conference Center.
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Greece To Promote Its Best At Trade Fair For Senior Citizens

Greek tourism enterprises are getting ready to promote their services to senior tourists this October at the upcoming tourism fair “Senior,” the biggest fair in Sweden for an active older audience.
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Rhodes First In Greek Tourism Tax Evasion

More than eight out of 10 tourism businesses on Rhodes are not consistent with their tax obligations, giving the island the highest tax violation rate among tourism destinations, according to SDOE, the Greek Financial Crimes Squad.
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Greece To Participate In Trade Fair For Older Audience

Greek tourism enterprises will promote their services to attract more senior tourists to Greece at the upcoming tourism fair "Senior," the biggest fair in Sweden for an active older audience.
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Greek Tourism Sector To Welcome 10,000 Unemployed Young People

A subsidized internship program targeting 10,000 unemployed young Greeks up to age 29 to offer them the opportunity to gain work experience in the tourism sector, was announced today, 9 May, at a press conference by Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni and Labor Minister...

MP Questions Validity of Tourism Movement Statistics

Member of the Greek Parliament with PASOK for Corfu, Angela Gerekou, recently questioned the tourism development ministry, the ministry of economy and finance and the ministry of development about the serious problems that appear in the statistics collected by the Greek National...

Monogram Signs Agreement with Arsenal F.C.

Monogram Events, a subsidiary of Monogram and one of the biggest of the Greek tourism enterprises, has signed an agreement with Arsenal to become the official sponsor of Arsenal Soccer Schools in Greece. The first functional body of the soccer school will be in the district of Palini.

Tourism Organization Continues Inspections

The Hellenic Tourism Organization last month continued its inspections of tourist resorts and businesses around the country. The organization's secretary general, Evgenios Yiannakopoulos, said that in a single week last month 51 inspectors checked 309 hotel units, 139 tourism...