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GNTO Supporting Major Greek Tourism Events

Aiming to support events and activities that promote Greece’s tourism product and highlight its growth potential, the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) this month has put two major tourism events in Athens and Thessaloniki under its auspices.

TCB Crossroads – Thessaloniki

On April 5 the GNTO supported the “TCB Crossroads” MICE event held by the Thessaloniki Convention Bureau (TCB) in Thessaloniki.

TCB Crossroads is the first of a series of meetings focusing on Thessaloniki’s MICE industry and its contribution to the area’s economic activity.

Titled “Α MICE experts & professionals meetup”, the first event saw its organizers open a discussion on the development of professional and MICE tourism in Thessaloniki and the wider Central Macedonia region. The TCB Crossroads event also gave tips to local tourism professionals and executives on how to further grow their businesses.

The event’s speakers included GNTO Secretary General Dimitris Fragakis.

TCB Crossroads brought together representatives of pubic and private bodies, tourism business executives and students as well as local officials, university professors, communication experts and more.

Choose Greece 2022 – Athens

On April 29, the GNTO will support the “Choose Greece 2022 – The Greek Regional Hospitality Plan” tourism conference at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Athens.

Organized for a second year by the Olympia Forum, the event’s speakers will include GNTO President Angela Gerekou, regional governors, mayors, tourism business executives and more.

The “Choose Greece 2022”event will highlight the strategic tools needed to achieve tourism growth and focus on spatial planning, the development of special forms of tourism and promotion tools.

Furthermore, participants will discuss on the new circumstances that have emerged as a result of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war crisis.

They will also seek for effective and viable solutions to enable Greece to remain a safe destination for travelers.

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