Greek exhibition and conference organizer TIF–Helexpo signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Russian exhibition agency EUROEXPO, on the sidelines of the recent 29th Philoxenia exhibition in Thessaloniki.
While Greek tourism is in the spotlight, Boussias Communications and Hotel & Restaurant magazine are organizing a conference that will give insight on accepted international next practices and innovation strategies in the hospitality industry.
Representatives of the Greek Government, agencies, regions and executives of the international and domestic market will speak on key issues of the tourism industry at the Capital + Vision multi-conference to be held in Thessaloniki, Greece.
A selection of art exhibitions and displays from Greek artists, as well as a number of cultural happenings and events will be taking place in the upcoming Grekland Panorama, the first dedicated travel and taste fair for Greece in Stockholm, Sweden.
Greece is getting ready to attend the World Travel Market (WTM) 2013, the leading global event for the travel industry, that will open its doors on Monday 4 November at ExCeL, London exhibition center.
The 2013 UNWTO and WTM Ministers' Summit at the upcoming World Travel Market (WTM) in London will put a spotlight on the essential connection between air transport and tourism, debating the challenges and opportunities of promoting higher policy coordination between aviation and...
Greek hotels from Crete, Chalkidiki and Evia promoted their services to international travel professionals and senior citizens at the 19th SENIOR, the biggest fair in Sweden for an active older audience.
The Greek capital’s reputation as a safe and ideal destination to host major international conferences and events seems to have taken a turn for the better, according to the Athens Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB).
Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni sent a message of optimism for next year’s tourism season during the 12th Tourism & Development Conference of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) held in Athens on 22 October.
Greece could welcome 24 million tourists by 2021 if the results of a report on the country’s tourism strategic planning are taken under consideration by the Greek Government, according to the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).
"The Greek economy has entered a new phase," Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras said on 21 October while delivering a speech on the first day of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises’ (SETE) 12th Tourism & Development Conference in Athens.
Policy-makers, local and regional stakeholders, researchers and tourism providers will discuss the meaning and future of cultural tourism in rural areas during the upcoming international networking conference to be held in Heraklion, Crete.