ALTUS LSA is a Hellenic company focused in the development and service provision of defense, security and innovative technology solutions.
To approach the international market, the company has established a variety of strategic partnerships and synergies worldwide, aiming to the development of a European center of excellence in the field of Unmanned Systems, Target Drones and innovative technological solutions.
Όταν το 2011 έχασα τη δουλειά μου μετά από 10 έτη προϋπηρεσίας ως τραπεζικό στέλεχος, με 10 ημερών υιό, έχασα τη γη κάτω απ'τα πόδια μου. Αποφάσισα τότε να γυρίσω στη μάνα-γη. Στη μάνα (οικογένεια) για επιβίωση και στη γη για να καλλιεργήσω εντατικά τα κτήματα της οικογένειας.
Haris is a 21 year old student in the third year of an Electrical and Software Engineering course at the National Technical University of Athens in Greece. Aged only 17, he won a prize for the best engineering project in the European Union Competition for Young Scientists (EUCYS) and was also one of the five global finalists in his age category in the Google Science Fair 2013. Since starting college he has developed software for Bioassist, a company focusing on applications that help the elderly with health-related issues.
Xenia Nefeli Vlachou is the designer and creator of the brand Marmarometry.
Her studies began in Athens and continued in Rome at the "Accademia di Costume e di Moda", with a major in Fashion Design and Fashion Marketing. After that, she worked in Greek fashion companies as a designer, and as a teacher in a fashion academy.
In 2009, after attending jewellery seminars, she created and presented her first jewellery brand, Props, and in 2015 the brand Marmarometry. Since then her jewellery are placed in more than 50 stores through wholesale, in Greece and abroad.
poochpin.com is the first Greek online platform in which you can post an announcement of the disappearance of your lost pet in order to find it.
The idea was born a year ago, when living close to the search of the lost dog of the family of a friend, I realized that people in such cases are actually helpless. Posters on pillars, hours of driving searching and then the announcements in the few mass media that somewhat heroically published their requests for information.
In the current economic situation, European companies must turn to innovation, productivity, resource-efficiency and high value-added if they want to stay competitive in global markets and to respond to the growth and job creation challenges. Digital transition, which is underway across the global economy, is at the heart of the transformation of European industry.
EU-funded researchers are looking to commercialise cutting-edge technology that converts toxic olive oil waste into heat and electricity, bringing environmental and economic benefits to some of the most underdeveloped regions of Europe.
Just north of Athens there is one of the country’s biggest solar energy farms. Monitoring everything is a system installed by a company with Vassilis Nellas at the helm.
In 2000, Inaccess was a small company employing 10 people. Now there are 50 staff. Despite the crisis, turnover has doubled over the last two years, and exports are up four times over.
The company, which has opened a subsidiary in San Fransisco, is among the first Greek clusters to specialise in micro-electronics.
The Spanish fashion company Caramelo knows about the difficulties of entering the Japanese fashion market.
Thanks to their first visit to Japan with a EU Gateway Fashion business mission, they have not only raised the awareness of their brand but gained a better understanding of the market: “More than just having a beautiful product, we need to satisfy a demanding customer base that has an eye for detail and quality.”