BEAT is a start-up ridesharing app for taxi cabs founded in Athens, and now operating within Greece and throughout South America. In 2017, the Daimler Group acquired BEAT for $43 million.
Blueground is a real estate tech company founded in 2013 in Athens, Greece and now operates in nine markets worldwide including New York, the San Francisco Bay Area, Dubai, and Istanbul.
Doctoranytime is an online digital platform that connects patients to doctors throughout Greece, and allows you the convenience of booking an appointment directly through their website.
Upstream is a mobile technology and software company based in Greece, with the majority of their activities focused on international markets, particularly emerging economies. Their Zero-D service provides millions of people with free access to…
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Greece’s Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) anticipates that Greece will end 2022 with 6.7% growth 📈, and estimates that recent efforts by the government will help to recover the country’s investment grade. In particular, the tourism sector’s recovery
In another major boost for Greece’s infrastructure, 2 railway projects 🚃 amounting to over €200 million are getting underway, signaling the development of key infrastructure upgrades to the country’s railway network. One of these projects is the Rhododafni - Rio project,
Greek start-up Blueground has had an excellent year, raising $180 million 💶 with $140 million from financing via a share capital increase from investment companies including WestCap, Geolo Capital, Prime Ventures and the Greek fund VentureFriends. The company has a presence
Greece’s cosmetics 💄 exports are set to break records, possibly reaching €500 million by the end of the year! According to data from ELSTAT, processed by the organization Enterprise Greece, Cyprus, the U.K., and France are believed to be key destinations in the coming 5 years.
Changes are on the way for Mykonos’ tourism industry 🏝️! The Greek state has announced plans to subsidise the creation of a 192-bed hotel developed by AGC Equity Partners, providing €6.6 million in the form of tax exemptions. The total amount of this project lands
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