The annual Reload Greece (RG) conference was successfully completed in the modern meeting room of the Allen & Overy Law Firm, in the City of London Financial Center. Highly distinguished Greek scientists, from around the world and from different fields of knowledge and action, have responded to RG’s call and analyzed the new investment opportunities they see emerging in our country. Particular emphasis was given to the opportunities of new investors in Greece aiming to creating new jobs and reduce the Brain Drain phenomenon.
Mrs Chatziparasidou participated in a panel discussion on the subject of Medical Tourism, where it was recognized that Greece could be an even bigger attraction for international patients, thanks to the combination of high know-how level and technology and low cost services. Turning our country into a major tourist destination will be a unique opportunity to create new jobs for young people and a new source of revenue for our country.
The organizational committee of RG, consistent in their vision, reminded us once again that the fate of Greece and its next generation is in our hands and we can do better!
We thank Reload Greece’s executives for the great initiative of connecting healthy businesses and scientists, as well as promoting innovative Greek activities. We would additionally like to thank the Organizing Committee for the excellent organization! We do feel part of the same vision! Honored to be in Reload Greece!
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