Saturday, July 13, 2024
Greek exports to Bulgaria

Inbound Tourism is the greatest Ambassador of Greek f&b products

Very close, and yet so far: a market with complex administrative procedures, Bulgaria constitutes an interesting exporting destination for Greek brands and companies, yet demanding of a local partner who can guide them through.
Madrid

Spain: A Mediterranean Affair

Being a country with similar diet and culinary habits to Greece, and a major agricultural country itself, Spain is not easy to penetrate. Nonetheless, good price, targeted advertising and small promotional actions towards middle and upper level Spanish consumers can be key for the success of Greek F&B products to the Spanish market.
Greece Cyprus trade relations

Cyprus: Cultural proximity and common taste is key

Cyprus is a country with many things in common with Greece. So many in fact, that one often tends to forget that it is...
Japanese Market

Japan: A Quality Oriented Market

Japan is a country where retail sales in the food and beverage market are estimated at a whooping 400 billion euros, while its low food self-sufficiency makes it a major importing destination.
Greek exports to Israel

Israel: Greece’s brand name can help increase exports

Israel is a Mediterranean country with great dynamic in innovation and a continuous flow of tourists towards Greece.
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.

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