Strong interest in Greek businesses at Mobile World Congress – Greek City Times


Visitors to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona showed keen interest in the companies that accompanied the Greek delegation, according to the Association of Innovative Applications Companies of Greece (SEKEE), which together with the Ministry of Digital Governance and Enterprise Greece coordinated the Greek delegation. .

The Greek delegation included 31 companies and organizations active in the field of innovation.

SEKEE Board Chairman George Markatatos stressed that Greek participation in the event “was an opportunity to broaden communication and knowledge of Greek companies and innovation agencies with potential partners, foreign customers and suppliers, but also to show that Greece can meet the demands. , regardless of the conditions that have been created.

SEKEE said that an important development at MWC 2021 was the fact that the first contacts were made between innovation companies from seven countries in Europe and the wider geographical area (Greece, Italy, France, Denmark, Country -Bas, Switzerland and Israel), with the aim of establishing an alliance to better promote European innovation. The first results of this collaboration should be visible at MWC 2022, which will take place at the end of February 2022.

The participants in the Greek mission were: AGEify, Allweb Solutions, Coffeco, Crossnics, Crowdpolicy, Cytech, Dataverse, Excelon, ExperiencesScanner, Fasmetrics, Growth Mindset, Hellenic Space Center, iCON Platforms, Inaccel, Liknoss, Modulus, Nanometris, Palo Services, Regate, Run4More, Siba, Solve, Tetragon, Trimsignal, VSMT and Ybeemaestro, ICI and the digital innovation hub digiGov-innoHUB.

The mission was organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Maritime Transport, the Association of Greek Information and Communication Technology Companies (SEPE), the Association of Mobile Phone Companies (EEKT), the Association of Companies Emerging Technology Greek (HETiA), Corallia and HEMEXPITE.

Partners who participated in the Greek delegation include the Archimedes Center (NKUA), Democritus and Invent ICT. AdandPRLab (Panteion University) was responsible for communicating the actions taken.

READ MORE: Greece’s economy is expected to grow 4.3% in 2021 and 6% in 2022, according to European Commission.


Comments are closed.