The first Greece-Cyprus Business Conference in Athens on Friday

In order to highlight the common opportunities presented for Greece and Cyprus at the international level and to highlight the new business and investment perspectives, the 1st Greece – Cyprus Business Summit is organized tomorrow, at the Sofitel Athens Airport Hotel.

The conference is under the auspices of the Ministries of Finance of Greece and Cyprus, the Ministry of Tourism of Greece, the Ministry of Tourism of Cyprus, the Association of Enterprises and Industries (SEV) of Greece and the Federation of Employers and Industrialists (OEB) of Cyprus. It is organized by Boussias Conferences, while the strategic partner is the communication company OneTeam.

The discussions will be attended by the Greek Minister. Development and Investment, Adonis Georgiadis, the Minister. Of Finance, Konstantinos Petridis, the Greek Minister. Of Finance of Greece, Christos Staikouras, and the Deputy Minister. Of Finance, Theodoros Skylakakis, the Greek Minister. Of Interior, Makis Voridis, the Deputy Ministers of Research and Technology of Greece and Cyprus, Christos Dimas and Kyriakos Kokkinos, the Deputy Ministers of Tourism of Greece and Cyprus, Sofia Zacharaki and Savvas Perdios, the Minister. Of Shipping of Greece, Giannis Plakiotakis, and the Undersecretary. Of Cyprus Shipping, Vassilis Dimitriadis.

The program of the 1st Greece- Cyprus Business Summit will be structured in 4 thematic units:

– Investment / Fiscal Policy: The Role of Fiscal Policy in the Development of Entrepreneurship and Investment / National Economy and Extroversion – New Investment Attraction Policies / European Funding, Absorption for Sustainable Development / Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship

– Technology and self-government: Digital transformation, Need for acceleration, the role of companies

– Tourism: Cooperation to strengthen the “heavy industry” of the two countries / Emerging tourism sectors – Development tools in the service of tourism – The integration of new technology in the tourism industry.

– Shipping: the road to carbonization and development / Infrastructure upgrades and best productivity practices for a “green” future.

The aim of the conference is to create collaborations, which will bring Greece and Cyprus closer. These important initiatives will be put into practice with the co-signing of MOUs (memoranda of understanding) between bodies of the two countries.

Source: KYPE

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