August 29, 2018

Can hope be drawn from a tragedy?

A month has passed since the devastating fire hit Mati, the once popular summer holiday suburb of Athens, now a grey landscape with dead trees all around. The facts reflect the extent of the tragedy: 97 people dead and 25 still in hospital.  Over 4,300 acres totally destroyed and, according […]
August 29, 2018

A simple guide to outsourcing – for startups.

Startups on their growth journey may arrive at a point where a decision must be made on which operations to outsource and which to maintain in-house. It is common among larger corporations for instance to have legal and accounting services outsourced to third parties. For larger corporations these decisions are […]
August 29, 2018

Israel at 70: Innovation at its best- 2018 competition in Athens

“I created Geabit to support and improve agriculture in Greece and across the world. Geabit is the first ever AI based monitoring system for agriculture”, says 19 year old Vaggelis Karathanos on the occasion of his nomination as the winner at the “Israel at 70: Innovation at its Best 2018” […]
August 29, 2018

The Aegean film festival expands to Paros, Greece

Wide Strategy participated as an observer at the 2018 Aegean Film Festival in Patmos, from July 17-19 2018. The AFF this year featured  more than seventy films, documentaries and shorts and provided a platform where filmmakers can premiere and present their work.  This year, AFF expanded from Patmos island where it has […]

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