Greek and Australian cities included on Smart21 Communities of the Year list


The city of Elefsina, just outside of Athens, and Adelaide, South Australia have both been placed on the “Smart Communities of the Year” list just released by the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF). 

The ICF is a global network whose mission is to help communities in the digital age find a new path to economic and community development. They aim to create inclusive prosperity, tackle social challenges, and enrich quality of life for all. 

Elefsina was included on the 2022 list for their dedication to emerging technologies and constantly promoting innovation. The city has submitted an action and funding plan for over 1.5 million euros. 

“This distinction recognizes the progress that Elefsina has made in recent years and our strong will to use new technologies and promote innovation for the benefit of citizens,” said Mayor of Elefsina, Argyris Oikonomou. 

Source: Greek Travel Pages




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