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EIB, Greek Banks Launch Infrastructure Fund to Back Business

EIB and four Greek banks will participate in a 650-million-euro infrastructure program, aimed at identifying new high-impact investment projects in Greece.

EIB: €500m Backing for Businesses in Greece that Support Women, Youth Employment

The EIB will provide loans for companies in Greece that support youth employment and the empowerment of women in the workplace.

‘Divani Collection Hotels’ Among Greece’s Most Dynamic Enterprises

The Divani Collection Hotels group was announced as one of Greece's 19 most dynamic enterprises at the Growth Awards 2019.

Thessaloniki Tourism Pros Get the Latest on Trends Driving Digital Marketing

Thessaloniki's tourism professionals were informed on the latest trends driving digital marketing, during a workshop held in the northern port city by Marketing Greece.

Rhodes Tourism Professionals Explore Digital Marketing Opportunities

Ways of optimizing the techniques and tools of digital marketing were analyzed during the “Rhodes Loading | Digital Marketing” conference held by Marketing Greece on Rhodes.

Wanderlust Greece Explores Crete – Video

Wanderlust Greece, the digital travel campaign of Marketing Greece, reveals all the reasons why travelers should add Crete to their vacation bucket list.

Eurobank: Peak Interest in Greek Tourism, Energy, Logistics Set to Create Jobs

The tourism, energy and logistics sectors are set to create 605,000 new jobs in Greece over the next decade, according to a study released by Eurobank.

Deloitte Carries Out Greece’s First ‘Special Liquidation’ in Hospitality

Deloitte was appointed "special liquidator" of Lakitira S.A. and helped safeguard the holiday plans of guests residing at the company's hotels in Greece.

Athens’ Historic King George Hotel Goes to Lampsa SA

Eurobank has accepted the pre-emption right of Lampsa SA for the acquisition of the five-star King George Hotel for 43 million euros.

King George Hotel Owner Set to Be Announced

The new operator of Athens’ King George hotel currently run by Greek hotels group Lampsa SA is set to be announced in the next two weeks.

EIB, Eurobank Sign €150m Financing Agreement to Support Greek SMEs and MidCaps

The EIB and Eurobank have signed a €150 million loan agreement to finance eligible projects undertaken by SMEs and midcaps operating in Greece.

‘Workathlon’ Wins Judges Award at Reload Greece Challenge ’17

"Workathlon", a hospitality job portal and recruiting company, won the Judges Award at the competition for startups Reload Greece Challenge ’17.

Three More Central Athens Hotels in the Pipeline

A tender for the long-term lease of three properties in central Athens is expected to be announced by the Bageios Foundation in the coming months.

Historic Athens Hotel King George Up for Grabs

The 5-star King George Hotel in Athens, dating back to the 1930s, is up for sale, Eurobank said, calling on interested parties to submit their bids until June 12.

Eurobank: Brexit Could Affect Greece’s Tourism Industry

Brexit could affect the travel ability of Britons if the process negatively affects their income and increases the cost of traveling abroad.

EU Bank Launches Credit Line for Agriculture, Tourism, Manufacturing in Greece

The European Investment Bank (EIB) announced on Thursday the launch of a 1 billion euro "Loans for SMEs and MidCaps" credit line to Greek banks.

Six Greek Hotels Go Under, Now in the Hands of Eurobank

Unable to pay off their loans, six Greek hotels are now in the hands of Eurobank, the group’s Head of Group Corporate & Investment Banking, Konstantinos Vassiliou, said this week.

SETE Chief Says 2016 ‘Last-minute’ Year for Greek Tourism

SETE President Andreas Andreadis' outlook for Greek tourism in 2016 is reluctantly optimistic, as he described it as a “last minute year” due to the inconsistency of bookings and said that the positive outcome is more due to the geopolitical events in the region rather than...

Eurobank: ‘2016 will be a Good Year for Greek Tourism’

2016 will be a good year for Greek tourism, but it is essential for all to assist in order for Greece to maintain its competitiveness, according to a study of Eurobank that was presented on Thursday at the 1st Greek Tourism Conference in Athens.

Greek Youth Innovation Project ‘egg’ Invites Promising Ideas

Do you have an innovative business idea? Well than take it a step further by joining the 4th Egg: Enter - Grow - Go program which aims to support youth innovation and promote entrepreneurship.
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