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Greece Could Gain Millions from Health and Senior Tourism Markets – Study

Greece could gain millions of euros per year if it taps into the markets of health tourism and senior tourism, according to a new study released by diaNEOsis.

Airbnb Gains Popularity Among the ‘Over 60s’ Age Group

All the more senior citizens are looking into the vast potential of home-sharing platforms, currently renting their homes via Airbnb or booking as guests.

Silver Tourism is a Golden Opportunity for Greece, Says DiaNEOsis Study

Greece can become a leading destination for silver travelers, however it is lagging behind in terms of specialized products and services, says diaNEOsis.

Delphi Economic Forum 2019 to Focus on Int’l Growth Challenges

Over 500 leading personalities from 24 countries are expected to gather in Delphi during February 28 – March 2 to discuss on international politics, finance, culture and science.

DiaNEOsis-IOBE Study: Heavy Taxation Tops Greeks’ Worries

Greece’s taxpayers are concerned about their ability to pay up, with direct taxes over the 2008-2016 period having increased by 94 percent, a study by IOBE and diaNEOsis reveals.

Posidonia 2018 will Say ‘YES to Shipping’ on June 8

YES Forum will hold the 2nd “YES To Shipping Forum” on June 8, during the Ρosidonia Exhibition 2018 at the Metropolitan Expo in Athens.

Greek Natura Areas a Tourism Boon Waiting to be Discovered

Greece’s Natura 2000 areas can contribute greatly to the upgrade of the tourism product and generate millions in revenue, according to research firm diaNEOsis.

DiaNEOsis Study: More Home Ports Key to Stronger Cruise Tourism to Greece

Making Greece a home port for luxury liners and securing strategic investments are crucial to a robust cruise travel sector, according to diaNEOsis.

Greek Ports Fail to Attract Cruise Tourism, Miss Out on €1.3bn Yearly

Greek ports have failed to draw in cruise travel despite the lifting of cabotage restrictions and are missing out by 1.3 billion euros in annual revenue, a report by Athens-based non-profit research organisation diaNEOsis revealed recently.