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The European Business Review celebrated 20 successful years

Within a very cordial and warm atmosphere took place the dinatoire reception for the 20th anniversary of the launch of the European Business Review magazine

By: EBR - Posted: Monday, March 13, 2017

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During its twenty years course, the EBR achieved to be one of the most popular and influential brands in the field of political - economic - business print and online publications. Until today, remains the essential destination for leaders, decision makers and key-influencers who look for in-depth analyses, reliable insight and up-to-date intelligence on People, Places and Issues that matter.
During its twenty years course, the EBR achieved to be one of the most popular and influential brands in the field of political - economic - business print and online publications. Until today, remains the essential destination for leaders, decision makers and key-influencers who look for in-depth analyses, reliable insight and up-to-date intelligence on People, Places and Issues that matter.

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This magazine was an initiative of Konstantinos Trikoukis, who started its publication in 1997, in collaboration with his son Christos, his wife Anthi and a group of eminent European and Greek journalists.

During its twenty years course, the EBR achieved to be one of the most popular and influential brands in the field of political - economic - business print and online publications. Until today, remains the essential destination for leaders, decision makers and key-influencers who look for in-depth analyses, reliable insight and up-to-date intelligence on People, Places and Issues that matter.

During the dinatoire reception, the publisher of EBR, Mr. Christos K. Trikoukis, expressed his greetings and thanked the guests, giving the floor to the magazine’s president and well-known journalist, Mr. Athanasios Papandropoulos.

Making a throwback, the president of the magazine pointed out that, 1997 was a crucial year during which, Greece has decided to start the process of its integration in the economic and monetary union of Europe.

In this context, the speaker also recalled that in June 1997 the Amsterdam Treaty was signed and that on 11th September the International Olympic Committee decided the 2004 Olympics to be held in Athens.

Mr. Papandropoulos underlined that “1997 was a significant year for the Greek economy, which until 2004 had capital inflows that exceeded to 700 billion euros. That was a golden era which, unfortunately for the country, passed untapped.”

Discussing also about the developments in the field of media, the president of EBR emphasized that the observed transformations change both the communication conditions and the terms of journalism.

Thus, the EBR for the last ten years has a successful online presence, as well, and tries to contribute as much as it can to the much desirable for Greece economic extroversion.

As part of this effort, the EBR enhances its cooperation with the Association of European Journalists (AEJ), partners with the annual event “European Business Summit” taking place in Brussels, works with the Brussels based news network of EurActiv and is a valuable online source of information for business executives, decision and policy makers.

The magazine has a prominent presence in worldwide events and conferences, being also present in the Business Class airline lounges of five European airlines: Lufthansa, Austrian, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings and Swiss. Also, since the beginning of the year, the EBR started its collaboration with the Star Alliance Group in order to reach more destinations, by placing its issues in the 6 exclusive Star Alliance lounges, in Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Nagoya, Paris and Sao Paulo.

“In EBR, Mr. Ath. Papandropoulos stated, we make efforts to understand our times in order to offer to those who follow us, useful knowledge and supportive intelligence, in the direction of meaningful future’s forecast.”

Taking the floor from Mr. Ath. Papandropoulos, the editor-in-chief of the European Business Review, Mr. N. Peter Kramer, pointed out the need for a thorough renovation in a Europe which at the present stage is seeking ways of integration based on the challenges of digital era and the changes that mark the 21st century.

Among the guests were several representatives of the business and political world, as long as distinguished collaborators of the magazine.

The event was supported by HYGEIA Group and the Hellenic American College in cooperation with the Hellenic American University. 

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