CITEA-OEB: Building Bridges between the IT companies of Cyprus and Greece

The Cyprus Information Technology Enterprises Association (CITEA) has hailed its first business mission in collaboration with Cyprus Employers & Industrialists Federation (OEB) as a success in creating bridges between the IT businesses of Cyprus and Greece.

In a statement, CITEA stated that the 17 October event in Athens took place with the participation of Cypriot IT companies who are members of CITEA, representatives of Greek companies, as well as commercial followers. The mission was led by OEB’s Executive Chairman Antonis Antoniou, the President of CITEA, Demetris Nisiotis and the Head of the Office of the Deputy Ministry of Research and Innovation, Yiannos Demetriou.

The aim of the business mission, CITEA added, "was to promote the exchange of ideas, the creation of strategic partnerships, but also to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship between the two countries." According to the announcement, participants had the opportunity to exchange views, explore their business environment and develop relationships that can lead to future collaborations.

As part of the mission, presentations were made by all the Cypriot companies that participated in the mission before B2B meetings were held with the Greek companies.

CITEA states in its announcement that it intends to organise other business missions in the near future, with a view to promoting its members’ businesses.

(Source: InBusinessNews)

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