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’’Connecting Ships, Ports, People – Thessaloniki’s Gate”

IMO’S World Maritime Day, 27 September 2017, 15.30-21.00, Emilios Riadis Venue H.E.L.E.X.P.O, Thessaloniki

By: EBR - Posted: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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The conference aims to reveal the countless opportunities that the maritime economy can generate for the city and to establish the annual celebration of the IMO’s World Maritime Day.
The conference aims to reveal the countless opportunities that the maritime economy can generate for the city and to establish the annual celebration of the IMO’s World Maritime Day.

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The European Parliament Information Office in Greece and the H.E.L.E.X.P.O (National Institution for the Organization of Exhibitions, Congresses and Cultural Events) have the honor to invite you to the Conference “Connecting Ships, Ports, People – Thessaloniki’s Gate " on Wednesday 27th September 2017 , in Thessaloniki , on the occasion of the IMO’s World Maritime Day. 

The conference aims to reveal the countless opportunities that the maritime economy can generate for the city and to establish the annual celebration of the IMO’s World Maritime Day. 

The event is under the auspices of the Municipality of Thessaloniki and the Region of Central Macedonia.

The curators of the event are the group of maritime scientists and professionals of Thessaloniki “The Blueprints”, the non-profit Organization “Young Entrepreneurs of Thessaloniki-YET” and “MADE”, the innovative platform for communications strategies. 

For enquiries and RSVP please contact:  
Email: info@madegroup.co 
Mob.: +306837183477, +306945694887 
Online: https://worldmaritimeday2017thessaloniki.eventbrite.com

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