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It is thus that the economy’s secure progression will be facilitated.

2024-2026: Landmark years for the Greek and Global Economy

The economic slowdown in both the US and China, as projected by UBS, is expected to decrease the global growth rate by 0.5% for the year 2024

The new editorial series by Antonis Zairis named "Retailing Years: The day after (2024- 2026)"  describes the different dimensions and transitions of the retail sector

Retailing Years: The day after (2024- 2026)

By: EBR | Tuesday, July 9, 2024

An editorial series by Antonis Zairis named "Retailing Years: The day after (2024- 2026)"

Choosing to speak out on contentious issues also impacts one’s public image and can reduce a celebrity’s chances of endorsement deals and career opportunities. As U.S. basketball legend Michael Jordan once said: “Republicans buy sneakers, too.”

The Double-Edged Sword of Celebrity Activism

By: EBR | Tuesday, July 2, 2024

Celebrities face mounting pressure to speak out on social and political issues

At a strategic level, no one can deny Africa’s towering importance and the short-sightedness of European policies there. Its mineral resources and agricultural potential are vast, and in manpower terms it is already beginning to dwarf China and India.

Why Europe is losing Africa to Moscow and Beijing

By: EBR | Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Europe is retreating from Africa in what seems likely to be the greatest shift of all in the 21st century’s new era of tectonic geo-political change

Of all the election results, Germany is probably the most worrying. For the first time in the European Parliament’s history, politicians with the most extreme right-wing views, harking back to the 1930s, will sit in the very Chamber that was designed precisely to avoid the resurgence of a right-wing ideology.

A sad reflection that the Social Contract in Europe might be broken, or in urgent need of repair and renewal

By: EBR | Tuesday, June 11, 2024

The atmosphere and tone of the European Union will change, and will be charged by a political battlefield on its values and principles

This new type of entrepreneurship does not see profit as an end in itself, it focuses on the big picture and acts as a deterrent as it is impossible in the future to have prosperous businesses on the one hand and suffering societies on the other.

The new type of smart, sustainable entrepreneurship and the next day

By: EBR | Monday, May 27, 2024

Both retail and industry go hand in hand with the new type of smart entrepreneurship as they are at the level of rapid developments and changes spearheaded by the new circular economy and sustainable development


And the Greek retail sector, an important factor in the production of added value, is in a "fighting position" to exploit opportunities, to take on healthy competition, to implement investment projects and to create new jobs.

Greek trade a pillar of dynamic economic growth

By: EBR | Friday, May 24, 2024

Within the European Union, retail trade is among the most important ecosystems that contribute to the growth of the European economy, while in Greece the dynamics of trade as a whole

As for the new generation of consumers, they behave differently from their parents or grandparents, they are not car-dependent, they care about the environment, they want to consume more responsibly and they share their lives on social media networks.

Retail sector trends for the next years

By: EBR | Monday, May 13, 2024

With the effects of climate change and geopolitical turmoil dominating the headlines in 2023, trying to make sense of how the retail industry will be affected in 2024

Strategic partnerships—defined here as relatively loose cooperation frameworks with important regional or global players—are critical. These actors’ comprehensive engagement with the EU in a multilateral context can generate positive outcomes for tackling multifaceted global challenges.

Rethinking the EU’s Strategic Partnerships in Times of Crisis

By: EBR | Thursday, May 9, 2024

Amid the complex and rapidly evolving challenges in global security, the EU is faced with the need to find innovative solutions through collaboration with key global players within a multilateral framework

With the specter of a return of Trump to the White House, the conversation on European defense has moved from “whether” to “how.”

Will Macron’s Vision for European Defense Gain Traction?

By: EBR | Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Amid Russia’s aggression and uncertainty around U.S. leadership, Macron is right to call for Europe’s self-reliance in defense

It is a strategically important technology in the context of the fourth industrial revolution, aimed at improving the competitiveness of businesses and bringing innovative features to the services offered.

New dynamic economic model with a digital footprint

By: EBR | Thursday, April 25, 2024

It is a fact that a new dynamic economic model is now beginning to emerge in entrepreneurship in the framework of the 4th industrial revolution and the digital challenges of our time

At this point, it is worth reflecting and returning to the analysis and study of the behaviour of the Consumer who has the inalienable and sovereign right to freely choose one among many other alternative products.

The unequal battle of inflation and the appropriate sustainable solution

By: EBR | Friday, March 22, 2024

The forecasts for the development of inflation in our country are not particularly encouraging as it will continue its downward trend for the current year

Such investments will not only strengthen the stability of its gold and foreign exchange reserves but will also allow the central bank to earn on the exchange rate difference. Even more than on gold.

Buying of cryptocurrencies by Central Banks – Myth or Reality?

By: EBR | Tuesday, March 19, 2024

Cryptocurrency markets have now entered a bull run as Bitcoin has set a new record high, passing the mark of $69,300 per bitcoin, and heading for even greater heights

The liberal Renew Europe group in the European Parliament could lose around 15 seats, entering a neck-to-neck race with national-conservative ECR and far-right ID groups for fourth or fifth place.

EU liberals gear up to campaign against von der Leyen

By: EBR | Tuesday, March 19, 2024

European liberal forces will be warming up for an electoral battle against Commission President Ursula von der Leyen

Germany’s Social Democrat Chancellor Olaf Scholz is mired in a dispute with his coalition partners and the main conservative opposition, the Christian Democrats (CDU), about whether or not to send Taurus cruise missiles to Ukraine.

Germany Must Tackle the Crisis of Trust in Europe

By: EBR | Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Berlin and Paris are squabbling over how to support Ukraine

The value of the warehouse is maximized as well as its location as ‘just in time’ and ‘delivery’ (fast and timely delivery) are now the dominant criteria for purchasing choices on the part of the Customer.

Agile retail in the new demanding era

By: EBR | Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Retail in the new era is changing its face, spearheaded by the new circular economy and sustainable growth

On the other hand, POS systems process and utilize information about both the type of customers and the product categories they choose.

Artificial intelligence and competitiveness in the retail sector

By: EBR | Wednesday, February 28, 2024

The importance of AI and machine learning in the retail market is confirmed by the projected dramatic growth of AI services worldwide, which will skyrocket from $5 billion to $30 billion by 2030

France is supporting Ukraine’s NATO membership and explicitly conceptualizing EU enlargement to Ukraine and Moldova as a geopolitical tool.

France and Central Europe Are Converging on Security

By: EBR | Tuesday, February 27, 2024

France and Central Europe have often stood on opposite sides of European foreign policy debates

The consumer revolution that took place in Great Britain in the 18th century, inextricably linked to the development of retailing, was a dynamic phenomenon with mass characteristics that brought about a series of institutional changes in the political social status quo of Western societies.

Cultural background and modern entrepreneurial spirit in retail

By: EBR | Friday, February 23, 2024

Country’s cultural background has always been negative to any entrepreneurship initiative, i.e. in the case of retail what prevailed was either the aversion to activity that involved business and the incrimination of profit, or the elevation of the retail job as a transitional phase

And there are other reasons to pass the baton over to the Eastern flank. It’s not only because these countries have increased their defense spending and rightly warned about Russia’s imperialist ambitions under Vladimir Putin.

NATO’s New Boss Should Come From the Eastern Flank

By: EBR | Friday, February 23, 2024

Western Europeans have always held NATO’s top job

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