Success Stories Made in Greece
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
Organized by MEP Dr. Theodoros Skylakakis
Success Stories Made in Greece
Tuesday 4 December 2012
Room PHS 5B001
European Parliament - Brussels
Four Greek business men will present the international success stories of their companies, which are very well-known around the world. They will break the prejudices and present the productive, innovative and extrovert face of Greece, despite the adverse economic situation. The interventions will be also relevant to the current business and economic situation in Greece and in the EU.
12:30 Introduction, MEP Dr. Theodoros Skylakakis
12:40 Key note speaker, Commissioner Maria Damanaki
13:00 Efmorfidis Paul, Founder and co-owner of Coco-Mat
Domazakis Emmanouil, Owner and Chairman of Creta Farm S.A.
Karatzis Miltiadis, President of Karatzis S.A. group of companies
George Korres, Founder and Chairman of Korres Natural Products S.A.
13:45 Contributions by
Wolf Klinz, ALDE MEP
Daniel Gros, CEPS Director
14:10 Q & A session
A reception with drinks and sandwiches will follow after the event
in front of the meeting room
Interpretation EN & EL
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