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Action Global Communications Celebrates 30 Years of Successful Operations in Greece

Cyprus-based public relations agency Action Global Communications celebrated 30 years of successful operations in the Greek market during a recent event in Athens, attended by clients, partners and friends.

The event aimed to thank all the people that stood by the company’s side during the past three decades.

“In 1989, the public relations sector was virtually non-existent in Greece. My father Tony Christodoulou’s bold move to expand Action proves his stance towards all challenges: That we must not fear to dare,” said Action Global Communications CEO Chris Christodoulou.

Action Global Communications Founder Tony Christodoulou; Chief Marketing Office Kathy Christodoulou; CEO Chris Christodoulou.

Christodoulou also highlighted the significance of the Greek office for the group’s operations worldwide.

“The Greek office was the first step for the group’s expansion and set the foundations for the creation of a network that today counts offices in more than 40 markets,” he said.

Chris Christodoulou

During the event, Tony Christodoulou and the Action Global Communications team in Greece blew out the 30 candles of the company’s birthday cake and promised to continue offering high-quality services for the next 30 years.

“We are proud of the company’s course and the things we have achieved so far… We have changed a lot during the last few years, as we are now more extrovert, active, optimistic, also looking into ways to further develop our company in Greece,” said Acting Country Manager for Greece Aggeliki Kiofiri.

The event was also attended by the Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus to Greece, Kyriakos Kenevezos.

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