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Webinar Video – Preparing Your Business To Meet Traveler Trends In 2020

Travel agencies and tour operators need to become more nimble and knowledgeable to continue to meet the needs of future customers.

New Tourism Awards 2014 To Celebrate Excellence in Greek Hospitality & Travel

Greek tourism's best practices and the most innovative initiatives launched by the country's enterprises will be rewarded this Spring at the upcoming new tourism awards.
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Music Festival To Launch During 78th Thessaloniki International Fair

Greek music channel MAD TV will head north this September to Thessaloniki with the most popular Greek artists for the MAD NORTH STAGE FESTIVAL, a unique 9-day festival that will coincide with the 78th Thessaloniki International Fair (7-15 September 2013).
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Greek PM Concludes Visit To China, Cooperation Agreements Signed

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras concluded his five-day official visit to China on Sunday, 19 May, during which the Chinese side expressed a strong interest for projects that involve infrastructure, privatization and real estate in Greece.
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Greek Startups In Tourism At HUB Events (123P)

Community marketplace dopios.com, in collaboration with 123P, next week will hold the first meet-up for those who want to gain insight on the tourism field, technology and start-ups.

Greek Hotels Look To International Management

With the recent agreement between the Chandris hotel group and the French hotel group Accor, whereby Accor takes over the management of the Chandris group, the Greek capital's major hotels are for the most part managed by multi-national hotel units. This is in stark difference to...

World Tourism Day 2000 Promotes Technology And Nature

World Tourism Day, September 27, concentrates on the two challenges for tourism at the dawn of the twenty-first century, technology and nature. The creator of the annual event, the World Tourism Organization, says "as we enter the twenty-first century, the world will be...