Greece as a "springboard" to the Balkans Detailed Event Information For Greece as a "springboard" to the Balkans
Greece as a "springboard" to the Balkans --
Register for this event
Location/Date: Athens, Greece 04/03/2008 - 04/03/2008
Event Summary:
Doing Business in Greece:

· Labeling distribution channels

· Tariff/non tariff barriers

· Customs

· Payment Terms

· Economic and political stability

· Growth above EU average

Greece's proximity to other countries in southeastern Europe, and the traditional trade ties of Greek businessmen with these neighboring countries, offer a variety of additional opportunities for U.S. businesses with Greek partners.

Best prospects include:

· Defense Equipment

· Telecommunications Equipment

· Renewable Energy

· Information Technology

· Medical Equipment

· Material Handling

· Environmental Engineering Services

· Franchising

· Tourism Infrastructure

· Homeland Security

Presented by

Steve Alley, Senior Commercial Officer

Bill Kutson, Commercial Attaché

Marios Kyriacou, Senior Partner, KPMG

Symeon Tsomokos, President, Symeon Tsomokos S.A.

Event Details: Thursday, April 3rd, 2008 11 AM Eastern Time / 8 AM Pacific Time.

Duration is approximately 50 minutes.

Fee: $35 payable by credit card.

This webinar is being offered by the U.S. Department of Commerce's Europe Team. As it is a web-based event, you may participate from your home or office computer.


Contacts:
Dusan Marinkovic, Indianapolis
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 317-582-2300
Dusan.Marinkovic@trade.gov
William Kutson, OIO - Training Complement
Commercial Officer
Phone: 202-482-5495
William.Kutson@trade.gov

  Notice to Visitors!


  The link you have chosen will take you to a non-U.S. Government website.

  If the page does not appear in 5 seconds, please click this: outside web site

  Export.gov is managed by the International Trade Administration and external links are covered by its website  disclaimer statement.


  Notice to Visitors!


  The link you have chosen will take you to a non-U.S. Government website.

  If the page does not appear in 5 seconds, please click this: outside web site

  BuyUSA.gov is managed by the International Trade Administration and external links are covered by its website disclaimer statement.