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TUI Reinforces Corporate Office EU Team in Brussels

TUI Group - currently present in 180 destinations - is reinforcing its management team in the Corporate Office EU in Brussels with two new executives.

Kountoura: All-year Tourism to Spur Investments, Create Jobs

Year-round tourism will provide the impetus for investments, Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura said during the Capital + Vision 2017 conference recently held in Athens.

SETE’s 16th Conference to Explore Tourism’s Role in Sustainable Development

Under the title “Greek Tourism: The Perfect Balancing Act”, the 16th conference of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) will take place on October 16-17 in Athens.

TUI Project Aims to Establish Crete as Sustainable Food Destination

The island of Crete is taking its first steps to becoming a sustainable food destination in accordance to an ongoing project by the TUI Care Foundation.

Kountoura: Greece Among Top Destinations for German Tourists in 2017

Following the recent ITB Berlin expo, Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura states that Greece is among the top destinations of German travellers this year.

Tourists in Greece Should Expect Authentic Experiences this Year

"Greece is really the trend... Greece is experiencing a renaissance", according to Thomas Ellerbeck, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the TUI Care Foundation.

TUI: Crete to Become Model Destination for Sustainable Food on Holiday

The TUI Care Foundation and Futouris have launched a joint project on Crete that aims to link the most important economic factors of the Greek island - tourism and agriculture.

TUI Extends Tourism Season on Kos

TUI Germany has announced that it will expand its programme for the Greek island of Kos with additional seats until the end of October.

TUI Will Continue To Invest In Greece

TUI believes in Greece's success, sees new opportunities in the market and therefore intends to boost investments in the country, according to the travel group's director of corporate and external affairs, Thomas Ellerbeck.