Mr Periklis Davanelos, First Counsellor for Economic & Commercial Affairs, Head of Economic & Commercial Affairs Office at the Greek Embassy in Cairo gives Ambrosia magazine a comprehensive insight of the Egyptian market and the way a Greek exporter could penetrate it, taking under consideration certain criteria, and using the power of local partners who can provide valuable information, as well as the necessary networking.
The Hungarian market, albeit European, is not an easy market to enter. Mr Doukas Marinopoulos, First Counsellor for Economic & Commercial Affairs, Head of Economic & Commercial Affairs Office at the Greek Embassy in Budapest talks to Ambrosia Magazine and helps us decode the difficulties, but also the great potential for the Greek exporting brands.
Nicky Giavroglou, CEO of Hellenic Fine Oils talks to Ambrosia Magazine about exports, the company’s policy to address each market’s needs separately and the recently appreciated importance of foods with health-protective properties.
Dimitra Tzika, Exports Manager of KONVA SA talks about adapting to modern consumer needs and how to lead a traditional, centennial food company to the new era.
We discuss about the greek food industry and the initiative ΕΛΛΑ-ΔΙΚΑ ΜΑΣ (HELLA-DIKA MAS) with Mr. Agis Pistiolas, member of the Board of Directors and Head of Marketing and Exports of Agrino - EV. GE. PISTIOLAS S.A.
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis discusses the effects of Covid-19 in the tourism industry and its impact on the country's reputation, politics, and economy.
Whoever said that the words “Greek” and “truffles” are incompatible, is gravely mistaken. Pavlina Kladopoulou, a truffle connoisseur and owner of Troufa Plus, a brand of truffle-based products, is educating us on what our corner of the world has to offer regarding the prized fungi.