The Athens offices of Amazon Web Services (AWS) were inaugurated on Friday, in the presence…
Donald Trump may have fallen off the Forbes 400 list of richest Americans for the first time in 25 years, however three Greek Americans have secured a place on it.
Achilles Tsaltas, the Vice President International Conferences, The New York Times and current President of the Foundation for Democracy and Culture says, “We, as an institution of the Athens Democracy Forum, believe much more in Europe as the core centre of the Western culture, rather than America. The US democracy has suffered a great shock recently, and so, America has a lot of work to do inside. The ones who can save Western civilisation are European countries.”
“Even the lockdown is more beautiful in Athens,” reads the slogan of the recent This is Athens marketing campaign by the city. Digital nomads from across the globe are relocating to work-from-home in Athens finding there the best balance between work and personal life, at an affordable price, without being deprived of the comforts and rights offered by Europe.
“I think that I will easily work from an island in Greece. It is a very beautiful country.” In a recent teleconference, John Roese, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Dell Technologies, discussed the open prospects and great potential that Greece has to attract foreign workers and companies in the field of technology and informatics.