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Greek Covid-19 Support Measures Get Extension

Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis has announced that the Covid-19 relief measures, which include rent exemptions and employee subsidies, will be extended.

Greece: New Rent Relief Measures for January-February

Greek businesses forced to remain closed through to January 11 due to lockdown measures, will not have to pay rent for January, the finance ministry said.

Greek Tourism Businesses to Pay Reduced Rent Due to Covid-19 Lockdown

Greek tourism businesses are among those eligible for a reduction in two monthly lease payments due to the country's Covid-19 lockdown.

Interview – Tasos Lazaridis: A Social Media Strategy is Essential for Greek Tourism Businesses

Social media expert Tasos Lazaridis shares his expertise on how social media platforms can boost the reputation and sales of businesses of all sizes.

Greece Looks to Support Travelers, Businesses Affected by Thomas Cook Collapse

The Tourism Ministry in Greece is exploring ways to support Greek tourism businesses affected by the collapse of UK travel giant Thomas Cook.

Greek Dream ’18: Respond on Demand, Leaderexpo Announce New B2B and B2C Tourism Event

Respond on Demand and Leaderexpo have announced the launch of a new B2B and B2C event that will see to promote Greek tourism businesses and destinations to sector professionals located abroad.

Crete Is Google’s First Stop To “Grow Greek Tourism”

A new initiative by Google, the Greek Tourism Ministry, the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) dubbed "Grow Greek Tourism Online" will launch in Crete.

Google Launches Online Initiative To Turn Greece Into Year-Round Destination

Google has announced a new initiative to boost the online presence of Greek tourism businesses and help the country attract visitors all year round.
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Favorable Loans For Greek Tourism Businesses Coming Soon

Small tourism businesses can apply for loans between 10,000 and 30,000 euros with concessional terms as of late March, the Development Ministry announced yesterday, 21 February.