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SETE Empowers Greek Tourism in Brussels

The Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) recently visited Europe’s decision-making center, Brussels, to highlight the significance of Greek tourism.

Interview – Yiannis Retsos: SETE will Give Greek Tourism a Voice in Brussels

SETE President Yiannis Retsos is setting the bar high and moving beyond Greek borders to highlight the importance of Greek tourism.

SETE Lists Basic Requirements for Greek Tourism’s Full Potential to Unfold

The Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) has listed basic requirements that need to be met in order for the tourism sector's full potential to unfold.

SETE Chief Meets EU’s Moscovici, Highlights Importance of Greek Tourism

Greek Tourism Confederation President Yiannis Retsos held a meeting in Athens with European Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici.

Greece Takes Part in Conference on Maritime Western Silk Road Opportunities

Actions to be carried out by Greece to promote the Silk Road as a means of linking Europe with China were recently presented at a conference in Venice.

Travel, Connectivity Top EU-China Tourism Year Agenda

Promoting travel and stimulating investment top the agenda of Chinese and EU officials, following the launch of the EU-China Tourism Year 2018.

Greece Attends ‘European Tourism Day’ Conference in Brussels

Secretary General for Tourism Policy and Development George Tziallas represented Greece in the “European Tourism Day” conference held in Brussels.

European Private Entrepreneurs in Tourism Call for Policies that Foster Industry’s Competitiveness

Unless Europe is competitive in terms of tax and regulatory regime, destination appeal, perceptions of value and visa facilitation, its tourism growth will continue to lose out, according to NET, the Network for the European Private Sector in Tourism.

EU Tourism Strategy Set Out by Commissioner Bienkowska

European Commissioner Elżbieta Bieńkowska set out her eight priorities for the future European tourism strategy, during ECTAA’s 111th General Assembly held recently in Montenegro.