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Greek Tourism Expo 2015 Reveals New Logo, Website

With a new logo, a new website and more exhibit categories, the organizers of the 2nd International Greek Tourism Expo 2015 will promote the Greek tourist product in the best way possible at the Athens Metropolitan Expo on December 4-6.

Interview: Andromachi Zerzivili, Vice-President & Chief Technology Officer of AKTINA TRAVEL GROUP

On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, Aktina Travel Group, one of the largest travel organizations in Greece, is launching a new corporate identity, welcoming an era of ongoing development with the aim of remaining the number one choice for credible and quality travel services.

Accor Becomes AccorHotels, Asserts Desire to Make Guests ‘Feel Welcome’

Accor has been officially renamed AccorHotels and aims at increasing the clout and visibility of the brand by connecting it to its digital platform AccorHotels.com.

Transavia Gets Makeover

Accessibility, affordability and hospitality are the pillars of Transavia’s latest rebranding and expansion policy.

Crete Unveils New Tourism Identity At ITB 2014

The Region of Crete has unveiled a new tourism identity that reflects the values ​​that make the island a unique destination for visitors: sea, authentic flavors, hospitality and history.

Mideast Revamps Its Business Look

Greek travel agency Mideast, with a history of 30 years in the tourism sector, has launched its brand new corporate image that highlights the company’s evolution and main pillars of activity.

Thessaloniki Tourism Organization Launches New Logo

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization recently revealed its tourism identity through its new logo that graphically represents the organization’s objective, which shows that the Northern Greek city is a city with many stories to tell.

Olympic Goes Through Revamp Process

Olympic Airline's owners, Marfin Investment Group (MIG), announced the designers of the carrier's new cabin crew uniforms last month.