Mayor: Athens to become attractive for investors

The Mayor of Athens, Kostas Bakoyannis, said at an online conference organized by the Greek Tourism Federation (SETE) and Marketing Greece to make Athens an attractive place for investors, tourists and residents. 

 

Speaking of the lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic, Bakoyannis affirmed that adaptability is the key to moving forward and mentioned the measures taken by municipalities to address the impact and make future plans. 

 


He said at a virtual conference called ‘Destination Greece|Middle East’: “In addition to becoming an ideal tourist destination, Athens can also develop into a center of innovation and entrepreneurship in the Southeast Mediterranean, attracting investment and talent.” 

 


Communication in a challenging era”. In this direction, he mentioned the plans for 2021 and 2022 events, focusing on the first “Athens Innovation Summit”, which was jointly organized with educational institutions, research centers, chambers of commerce and private companies from Greece and abroad. 

 

 

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