The Monitioring Committe of Epanek will take part in the annual fair of PELOPONNISOS EXPO (27/9 – 1/10) in Argolis which will be situated in the Fragista building on the 4th klm of the national road of Argos-Nafplio.
25/9/2017 – Participation of the EPANEK SA at the 82nd Thessaloniki International Exhibition, September 9-17, 2017
EYD EPANEK has successfully participated in the 82nd Thessaloniki International Fair, held from September 9th to 17th. The 1500 exhibitors who participated and the attendance of more than 260,000 visitors make it the greatest of the decade.
EYD Epanek informs any interested parties that it will participate in the 82nd Thessaloniki International Exhibition 2017, which will be held on 09-17/09/17 (information on the exhibition: http://tif.helexpo.gr/).
Show us how EU investments are being used where you live, work or travel! Participate in the Europe in My Region photo competition for a chance to win a 2-night trip for two to Brussels and to take part in a photography workshop in October 2017.
31/5/2017 – Europe in my Region – Blog Contest- Enter the EU in my Region Blog Contest and win a trip to Brussels for some journalism training
Write a blog post in any language about any EU-funded project by 27 June and you might be one of four Winners invited to the European Week of Regions and Cities this October as a fully accredited journalist, with training in mobile and storytelling-based journalism thrown in.
Project hunt – Rules
Europe in My Region is a European Union-wide campaign encouraging citizens to discover European projects near them. In 2017, four different initiatives – project openings, a photo contest, a project hunt and a blogging contest – invite the public to visit projects, share images and experiences via social media. Thousands of EU projects open their doors mainly in May, a project hunt is organised from 2 May to 14 June, and a photo contest and a blogging contest run from 2 May to 28 August.
The European Commission has given the green light to Programmes with a total budget of 19 billion euro, expected to change the map of Greece and support the country’s recovery and growth which are already under way. This is a major success for the Greek government, as the EC approved all the programmes submitted by the Greek authorities.