Testimonial Videos: Kyriakos Pozrikidis, Managing Director of TIF-Helexpo

Kyriakos Pozrikidis is the Managing Director of TIF-Helexpo, the national exhibition agency of Greece. He is also the President of the Central European Fairs Alliance – CEFA and a certified member of the International Association of Professional Exhibition Organisers (IAEM). TIF-Helexpo serves as the official advisor to the state on issues of exhibition policy; organises the Thessaloniki International Fair, major trade fairs, international conferences and regional exhibitions throughout Greece; participates in major international exhibitions with national pavilions; and has expanded its activities to the creation and operation of educational and recreational theme parks. Dr. Pozrikidis highlights the importance of events, conferences, and exhibitions in today’s world. He also comments on the new exhibition centre that is slated for development in Thessaloniki, and the expected socio-economic impact of the project.

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