Greek-Eurasian Business Council
Member: Society Free
6, Kokkola Str., 15561 Athens, Greece
Established in September 2014 in Athens, the GEBC aims to support and enhance bilateral business relations between Greece and the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union, including private commercial enterprises, foreign trade agencies, investors, SMEs, organizations, individuals, as well as others with business interests in the aforementioned markets.
The GEBC was the first business council established in the European Union that provides a business platform and network supporting Greek and Eurasian Economic Union companies, business and industry groups, as well as other organizations to establish regular exchange on trade, business development and investment issues, whilst forging stronger business links between Greece and the Eurasian Economic Union.
The GEBC activities include business missions, roundtables, conferences, and road shows, other corporate events featuring guest speakers from Greece, the Eurasian Union countries and other parts of the world. Events organized by the GEBC include B2B and matchmaking opportunities and networking activities, cultural events showcasing Greece and the Eurasian Economic Union countries, fam trips and many more.
The GEBC members are important economic and business stakeholders in Greece and national or regional companies in the Eurasian Economic Union, and include corporations, organizations, trade and investment agencies and distinguished individuals from the business world, and the academia.
The Greek-Eurasian Business Council is strictly business-oriented. It is not a political entity, and is fully independent of any national government, political party or other vested interest. The GEBC operates with an inclusive approach, and shall examine collaboration with any relevant entity on a non-political, transparent, and constructive basis.
For more information, please visit www.gebc.gr