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According to the highly respected Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development, Greece exports high-tech products valued at more than €1 billion every year — double the income from more traditional products like extra virgin olive oil. Greek companies and researchers are indeed getting increasingly recognized internationally...

A prime example of entrepreneurship and innovation is online insurance firm Hellas Direct. Launched in 2012, the ambitious company is taking on the might of established and experienced rivals by making insurance simpler and easier through a series of innovations. With a focus on motor...

As one of Europe’s traditional breadbaskets, Greece’s favorable crop-growing climate and fertile soils mean its farming sector and food industry are at the heart of economic well-being and employment. According to auditing and multinational professional services network PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), agriculture represents only 4.1% of gross...

“Greece has always been a shipping hub and has always been valued as a shipping and maritime center. As a company, we positively welcome the stable political climate this country offers and the stable tax regime for shipping in Greece, which has enabled many companies...

Limited electricity interconnections between Greece’s mainland and islands is currently a restriction to the country’s decarbonization goals. Without this underwater infrastructure, many islands are off grid and rely on fossil fuels. In addition, the development of renewable energy is curbed by an inability to get...

“Thessaloniki can become a European Silicon Valley,” says Anastasios Tzikas, president of TIF Helexpo, the national exhibition agency that organizes international trade events and owns Greece’s most important exhibition centers, Helexpo Maroussi in Athens and the Thessaloniki International Exhibition Center. The latter is undergoing major...