Established in 1932, the American-Hellenic
Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Greece) is one of the largest, most active, and most dynamic American
chambers in Europe. Its basic mandate is to promote and foster economic and business relations between the
United States and Greece. Chamber members broaden their business horizons, create new business partnerships,
and take advantage of trade and investment opportunities in today’s global economy. AmCham
Greece is a wholly autonomous, not-for-profit organisation and receives no subsidies from any government
body. It is an active member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington D.C. and AmChams in
Europe, the umbrella organisation for 45 AmChams from 43 countries throughout Europe and Eurasia.
Now is the time to transform Greece, says Nikolaos Bakatselos, President of the American Hellenic Chamber, creating the conditions for the country’s manufacturing and primary sectors to flourish, while the resilience of Greek enterprises and an unexpected digitisation boost present opportunities for the future.
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Greece continues drawing private investments in the country, particularly those that align with the country’s national energy and climate change strategy. A prime example is the Hellenic Development Bank’s launch of 2 venture capital funds with seed capital totalling €500mn.
Transition from Greek university to the world of startups (Part 2) by @odysseas_lam with emphasis this time on networking and resume. Really solid pieces of advice in there! https://twitter.com/odysseas_lam/status/1292475998563426305
In this newsletter, I share my second blog-post regarding the passage from the Greek University to a Startup
Trikala happens to be Greece’s smartest city, with amenities including free internet, driverless buses, sensor-equipped streetlights, and 5G technology. It also contains plenty of history, serves as a gateway to the country’s mountainous north...
You’ll find lots of ruins to explore, including the Palamidi Castle, and an array of beaches to kick back on. Don’t miss the wonderful small seafood tavernas in the area - the experience doesn’t get more Greek than this. https://bit.ly/2UIfTyc
If you’re a history buff and looking for a day trip from the capitol, Nafplio in the eastern Peloponnese is a great option. This city was the capital of the newly formed Greek state between 1823 and 1834, and its history traces back to the prehistoric era.
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