Georgios Filiopoulos to show how Greek Australians can invest in Greece

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On September 9, 2020, Georgios Filiopoulos, the CEO of Enterprise Greece, will be holding a video conference via Zoom focusing on Greece’s economy and how Greek Australian business leaders can consider investing in Greece.

The event is sponsored by the Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Katia Gkikiza the Trade Commissioner (Australia) Office for Economic and Commercial Affairs, Consulate General of Greece in Sydney.

Starting at 5.30pm, Mr Filiopoulos will give participants the opportunity to be informed about the course of the Greek economy and to evaluate the possibilities of commercial cooperation with Greek companies, as well as the possibilities of investment activity in Greece.

Following his presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask Mr Filiopoulos a question in the Q&A session.

If you would like to RSVP, please reply to Paul.Nicolaou@australianchamber.com.au as soon as possible to secure your place on the video conference. A Zoom link will be sent to you afterwards.

SYNOPSIS:   

Greece is changing and it is changing fast. More important, it is on the verge of a significant growth path, as the economy becomes more extrovert/outward looking based on Foreign Direct Investment and Export Trade.

Businesses around the world are in a position to benefit from an environment that welcomes new enterprises, fully supports investment, and promotes Greek products and services to a global marketplace.

Enterprise Greece is designed to promote and support Greece’s substantial investment opportunities and to engage the global business community with (first-class) high end export products—goods and services made in Greece.

Enterprise Greece’s united effort allows them to effectively promote entrepreneurship in Greece, showcase trade opportunities to global buyers, and successfully lead to more holistic business partnerships.

Mr Filiopoulos will brief attendees at this session on how Greece is doing economically, how it is managing COVID and how Greek Australian business leaders can consider investing in Greece.

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