Russian Market Invites Greeks To Invest In Moscow
Greeks are being called to invest in Moscow and become part of the “Bitza Park,” the largest multi-functional shopping center currently under construction in Russia.
The four-story Bitza Park (БИТЦА ПАРК) covers a total area of 83,000 square meters, of which some 70,000 square meters will cover retail space including 3,600 pavilions and an entertainment-center (cinema, bowling center, aquarium and various cafes/restaurants).
Within an area of the shopping mall, created exclusively for European companies, export company Pythagoras in collaboration with Discover Greece (marketing network to promote Greece in the Russian market), have reserved 50 retail spaces to be distributed amongst Greek entrepreneurs.
“It is the most appropriate time for Greek entrepreneurs to invest due to the high demand of European goods in Russia,” the general manager of Discover Greece, Alexandros Tsikouras, said.
According to Mr. Tsikouras, investing in the Bitza Park shopping mall is considered a major opportunity for the promotion of Greek products in the Russian market.
The Bitza Park is scheduled to officially open this summer.
Some 50,000 visitors are estimated to visit the shopping center on a daily basis and more than 500 bus-shuttles are to be scheduled daily to transfer retailers from the whole country to Bitza Park.
Further details will be available at a presentation/briefing for Greek entrepreneurs to be held soon in central Athens.