The Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) is an essential advisor to the government on issues such as trade, industry, and general national economic policy issues. It is prompt to offer efficient and innovative services to its memberenterprises, aiming…
With approximately 380 members, the CCI FRANCE GRÈCE (French-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and Industry) develops and promotes economic and commercial relations between France and Greece. For 134 years, it has defended the interests of companies from both countries that wish…
Enterprise Greece is the official investment and trade promotion agency of the Greek state, operating under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Its mission is to attract foreign investment in Greece and to promote the export of Greek…
The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund SA (HRADF), also known as TAIPED, was established in 2011 to promote and implement the Hellenic Republic’s privatisation programme, with the vision to deliver long-term, sustainable results for the economy and society. The HRADF…
Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) is the economic development agency of the Federal Republic of Germany. The company helps create and secure extra employment opportunities, strengthening Germany as a business location. With more than 50 offices in Germany and abroad,…
Representing about 50% of the business activity in the country, SEV has been the independent voice of businesses in Greece since 1907. Its members are the key corporate leaders and account for 46% of total turnover, 41% of corporate profits,…
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…
The Arab-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce & Development aims to foster Greek-Arab relations across all business sectors including tourism, construction, energy, and agriculture.
The Association of Greek Regions was established in 2011 and is a legal body that represents the 13 regions of Greece in governmental matters concerning the cooperation and promotion of the regions. The Association of Greek Regions is supervised by…
The British Embassy is the diplomatic body that represents the United Kingdom’s interests in Greece.
The British-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization that represents both Greece and the United Kingdom on financial and commercial matters, and promotes trade and cooperation between the two countries.
The Embassy of France is the diplomatic body that represents France’s interests in Greece.
The Embassy of India is the diplomatic body that represents India’s interests in Greece.
The Embassy of Israel is the diplomatic body that represents Israel’s interests in Greece.
The Embassy of Italy is the diplomatic body that represents Italy’s interests in Greece.
The Embassy of Japan is the diplomatic body that represents Japan’s interests in Greece.
The Embassy of China is the diplomatic body that represents China’s interests in Greece.
The Embassy of United Arab Emirates is the diplomatic body that represents the UAE’s interests in Greece.
Established in 1975, the Greek Exporters Association (SEVE) is a lobby gropu that represents Greece-based exporters including manufacturers, distributors, and service providers, across sectors, and targeting markets across the globe.
The Greek Tourism Confederation is a lobby group that represents the interests of companies operating within the tourism sector in Greece.
HAEE is a think tank organization focusing on energy, environment, and the economy. HAEE is the Greek affiliate of the International Association for Energy Economics.
Established in 1982, SFEE is a lobby group that comprises 95% of the pharmaceutical industry operating in the Hellenic market, including both Greek companies and multinationals present in the country. SFEE is a member of the European Federation of Pharmaceutical…
The Hellenic Chamber of Shipping is a legal entity that represents shipping unions on matters pertaining to the Greek government. The Hellenic Chamber of Shipping’s responsibilities include conducting arbitration on disputes, offering opinions on maritime legislation, and proposing protective measures…
HCAP is a sovereign wealth fund, whose sole shareholder is the Greek state, responsible for managing and optimising public and state assets. HCAP directly oversees the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), Public Properties Company (ETAD), and Hellenic Financial Stability…
Established in 2010, the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund is a Greek special purpose vehicle that was created in a bid to stabilise the banking system in Greece during the financial crisis. Falling today under the supervision of the Hellenic Corporation…
The Hellenic Republic Capital Market Commission is a legal entity that protects and monitors the Greek capital market and has the authority to impose sanctions on those who violate legislation.
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands is the diplomatic body that represents the Netherlands’ interests in Greece.
The Panhellenic Association of Pharmaceutical Industries is a non-profit organization and union dedicated to representing domestic pharmaceutical manufacturers. PEF ensures pharmaceutical companies in Greece maintain standards of quality assurance and good manufacturing.
The Embassy of Germany is the diplomatic body that represents Germany’s interests in Greece.
The Embassy of the United States of America is the diplomatic body that represents the U.S.’ interests in Greece.
The Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) is a lobby group representing Greek-owned maritime vessels with a gross tonnage of more than 3,000. The UGS works to protect the legal interests of Greek merchant shippers who are responsible for transporting cargo…
Banks need to restore financing to businesses, and reforms must continue to help stimulate growth and attract investments, says Constantine Michalos, President of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI).
An early lockdown endowed the Greek government with precious time to bolster its national healthcare system, while the Foreign Affairs Ministry led the charge to stock the country with scarce medical supplies, leveraging international ties with countries spanning from China to Switzerland, says Gregory Dimitriadis, Secretary General for International Economic Affairs for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Investors focus on across-the-board assets, and public mood on state efforts to privatise assets has changed, says Riccardo Lambiris, CEO of the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF).
Konstantinos Bitsios, Vice Chairman of SEV Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV), sees more favourable investment opportunities ahead. Enhancing Greece’s industrial production is a priority for the federation, and their target is for it to reach 12% of GDP to create jobs and close the gap with the EU average.
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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