Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Albanian Market

Albania: Untapped potential

A neighboring country with great potential, but also specificities, concerning its economy and the way things work in the food and beverage sector, and the market in general. Mr Marios Belibassakis, First Counsellor for Economic & Commercial Affairs, Head of Economic & Commercial Affairs Office at the Greek Embassy in Tirana talks to Ambrosia magazine about the economy on the rise, current trends, and the importance of having local partners if ones truly wants to penetrate the Albanian market.
Anastasia Zografou - Greek Embassy in North Macedonia

Towards a New Commercial & Economic Reality in the Balkans

The key role of land proximity and the vastly positive image of Greece and Greek products and consumer goods, despite challenges, such as the naming issue, the heavy customs duties on certain categories, but also, the need for interpersonal approach as a plus when doing business with people from a neighboring Balkan country.
Loumidis Foods

Iason Loumidis: Raising the bar in the US

America may seem as the promised land of all opportunities for companies seeking to export, but things seldom are as they seem. Undoubtedly, it is a lucrative market with great potential, but before this potential is captured, there are specific rules, strict label compliances and marketing requirements that need to be met....
Greek product exports to Egypt

Cairo Calling

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 Magyar Connection

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.
Simon Diamantidis President of SEVE Interview

Changing of guard at SEVE

Simon Diamantidis, the new president of SEVE (Greek Exporters Association), talks to Ambrosia Magazine about exports, problem solving and the goals of the new management. 
Dimitris Thomopoulos - Greek food and beverage in UAE

Greek F&B in the UAE market

For an outsider, the UAE seems a very lucrative market to sell F&B products. With a growing population which stands currently at around 10 million, a high GDP per capita, thanks to oil production...
Greek Exports to Germany

Greek products in Germany

When we discuss exports, especially in the food and beverages (f&b) sector, the willingness to export is not enough. Producers should take into consideration parameters, among which the demand for certain products...
Nicky Giavroglou

Nicky Giavroglou: “Our health starts with our diet”

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.
KONVA SA

Dimitra Tzika: “The Aegean Sea is our competitive advantage”

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.

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