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HATTA Members Take in Greek Culture at Special Events

The Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) is actively promoting Greek tourism, providing alternative options and enhancing the tourist experience through its ongoing series of guided tours for travel operators in Greece, to a number of the country’s cultural...

HATTA Treats Travel Agents to a Taste of Greek Culture

In efforts to promote Greek tourism, provide alternative options and enhance the tourist experience, the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) is organizing guided tours for travel operators in Greece, to a number of the country’s cultural spaces.

TIF-Helexpo – Reed Exhibitions Join Forces, Host Aqua-Therm Show in 2016

One of the world’s leading events organizers, Reed Exhibitions has given TIF-HELEXPO and Greece its vote of confidence with the official start of a conferencing collaboration. As of 2016, TIF-Helexpo will be the host of the annual Aqua-Therm international expo.

TIF-Helexpo Joins Forces with Greece’s Chambers of Commerce

As part of its ongoing strategy to include all of the country’s productive forces in its conferencing activities, TIF-Helexpo invited chambers of commerce and local authorities across Greece to join them in a long-term partnership that will boost both local and national economies.

First Business Travel Professionals Forum To Launch In Athens

Athens will be the meeting point between hotels, major companies and tourism organizations at the 1st Business Travel Professionals Forum (BTPF) in February.

SETE Aims For Greece To Welcome 24 Million Tourists By 2021

Greece could welcome 24 million tourists by 2021 if the results of a report on the country’s tourism strategic planning are taken under consideration by the Greek Government, according to the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).

McKinsey Presents Key Tourism Products That Will Boost Arrivals To Greece

Some 3.3 billion euros should be invested in tourism every year for each of the next eight years in order to attain the target of 24 million international arrivals per year, McKinsey & Company informed officials of the Greek Government and tourism professionals on 22 October in Athens.