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SETE Appoints Giorgos Amvrazis as New General Manager

Giorgos Amvrazis has been appointed as the new general manager of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE).

Late Bookings to Greece are Bouncing Back ‘Slowly But Steadily’

The numbers of late bookings to Greece are bouncing back, slowly but steadily, the general manager of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Alexandros Lamnidis, said in an interview to CNBC.

TUI Hellas Heraklion First Greek Travel Company to be Awarded Travelife Certificate

TUI Hellas in Heraklion, Crete, has become the first Greek travel company to be fully certified by Travelife – the international sustainability system for Tour Operators and Travel Agencies.

Second Business Travel Professionals Forum Builds Bridges for Tourism in Greece

Building bridges and strengthening ties between tourism sector professionals was at the center of the 2nd Business Travel Professionals Forum (BTPF) held recently in central Athens.

Athens Is Making A Comeback But More Can Be Done

Athens is bouncing back in the international tourism scene this year but there is still significant potential for further growth, Greek key tourism figures agreed recently.

Greek Gastronomy: A Memorable Travel Experience – HORECA Event

Greek gastronomy will be focused on as a "memorable travel experience" at an event taking place in the parallel events section of the 9th HORECA trade show on 8 February 2014 at the Athens Metropolitan Expo.

SETE Appoints New General Manager

The Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) has announced the appointment of Alexandros Lamnidis as new general manager. He replaces George Drakopoulos, who has left the association after 20 years in service.
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SETE Launches Institute For Tourism Training Issues

The Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) announced on 9 October the launch of the SETE Institute (InSETE) that will aim to improve the quality of the Greek tourism product and upgrade the country’s tourism education and training.