EY Greece consulting company emphasizes the support of Greek entrepreneurship and the domestic ecosystem of start-ups and in general in the creation of a better working world. In this context, as he states, EV was the gold sponsor of the second and third Business Awards “Thalis o Milesios”, which were awarded at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall. The awards honored, on the one hand, companies founded in the 19th century, by pioneering Greek businessmen and are still distinguished today in the same or another corporate form and under Greek ownership, and, on the other hand, important Greek-German companies, due to the fact that Germany was the honored country in last year, canceled due to a pandemic, TIF. Ms. Eftychia Kaselaki, Partner, Consulting Services and Human Resources Consulting Services of EV Greece, was a member of the Jury of the awards.
EV also participated as a supporter in the award ceremony of the winners of the 1st National Competition of Young Entrepreneurship of Elevate Greece, which took place at the TIF, in the presence of the Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the Minister of Development and Investment, Adonis Georgiadis, , Nikos Papathanasis and the Deputy Ministers, Giannis Tsakiris and Christos Dimas.
EY professionals supported the competition by participating as evaluators in its Jury, while the company will support the start-ups with a cash prize, as well as through services that are expected to act as an accelerator of their future growth. .
During the ceremony, on behalf of EV, Konstantinos Moros, Director, Data & Analytics, Consulting Services, EY Greece, awarded, together with the Prime Minister and other representatives of the business community, the award for “Start-up of the Year”, in Orfium, a start-up company that has developed a music rights management system.
With these moves, EV confirms that it actively recognizes and supports both the historic Greek companies that stand the test of time, as well as the start-ups that, guided by innovation, are leading the transformation of the Greek economy.