It is noted that Ms. Kounenaki Efraimoglou is a member of the Board of Directors. of EBEA since 2006. From September 2021, he was the first vice-president, with main responsibilities for start-up businesses and women’s entrepreneurship.
“I am taking on the great responsibility of leading an organization that for over a century has contributed to the development of the national economy, supports Greek businesses, and gives voice to the creative forces of the country,” he told “ET”. the new president of EBEA, to add: “This mission I will continue to serve, in order for EBEA to continue to be a useful and essential helper, in the national effort for progress and prosperity. Together, with new ideas, with knowledge and above all with faith in the potential of Greek businesses and their people, we will work to make EBEA a modern, efficient and innovative Chamber”.
In the meantime, speaking to the Board of Directors of EBEA underlined that “the legacy of the late Constantinos Michalos will be our inspiration, while the passion and indefatigable persistence of our late president, Yiannis Bratakos, to strengthen the role and prestige of EBEA, will be our guide”.
In addition, she emphasized that the main body of her effort as the new president of EBEA will be the steady increase of the added value that the Chamber offers to its members. “And we will achieve it, by strengthening the support of members at all stages of their operation – especially small and medium-sized ones that have an even greater need for guidance and information. With the rise of digital services. By creating an integrated network of services for export companies to strengthen their extroversion – which can cover areas such as, among others, information on foreign markets, consulting on certification issues”, pointed out, among other things, Ms. Kounenaki Efraimoglu.
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