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United Against Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm, transforming people’s day-to-day lives, and halting businesses and markets across the globe. Greece – a country that in February 2020 was reaping the benefits of a new investment landscape with a yearly GDP growth forecast of 2% – is now bracing for the impact that the lockdown of the country, and ensuing measures, will have on the economy. A global recession is all but certain, with forecasts expecting a hit to Greek GDP anywhere between -4% and -10%.

But every dark cloud has a silver lining: the effects of Covid-19 are galvanizing innovation in a way unseen before in the Hellenic market, while placing Greece in the international limelight for the country’s rapid and effective response to this unprecedented health crisis.

Greece Investor Guide is proud to present United Against Covid-19, a unique space for Greece’s corporate, diplomatic, and governmental leadership to band together, highlighting the most affluent thought leaders and strategies that are being implemented by top organisations and corporations to embrace change, while overcoming the disruptions caused by this pandemic.


Greece’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has received international acclaim for its success in mitigating the spread of the virus. But what were the keys to achieving this? How is Greece going to recover from this shock? And, with a sudden boost in digitisation, what changes should we expect across Greece’s leading sectors?

We’re asking Greece’s top leaders what they believe the future holds for the country.

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Rising from 63% to 83% of the EU average, Greece showed one of the biggest improvements in performance among European countries in the European Commission’s Innovation Scorecard.

"All Greek airports will open on Wednesday on conditions of safety," Deputy Minister for Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias said on Monday upon his arrival at the airport of Lemnos

Thessaly may be located in central Greece, but it’s well connected to Thessaloniki and Athens via upgraded rail and roadways, and you can even get to the sea via the port at Volos.

Startups in Greece are using technology in previously unheard-of ways to make everyday life for ordinary Greeks a little easier.

Greek wines have recently exploded in popularity worldwide, with once-obscure grapes like assyrtiko and malagousia now becoming recognised at restaurants and wine bars everywhere.

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