Business

PM meets Microsoft president at company's pavilion in Davos

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Thursday proposed the use of digital technology for showcasing Greece's cultural heritage and archaeological wealth during a visit at Microsoft's pavilion in Davos.

The proposal was made to the company's President Brad Smith, who showed a series of innovative technological applications that link the digital era with green technologies.

Spectacular Presentation of Maxim Behar's "The Global PR Revolution" in Sofia

Maxim Behar's latest book, The Global PR Revolution, was officially launched for the first time in Bulgaria at the Greenwich Bookstore. Hundreds of guests, including managers of major companies, diplomats, journalists and academics honoured the event. "The Global PR Revolution: How Thought Leaders Succeed in the Transformed World of PR" was presented by Dr.

Iranian-Turkish gold trader Zarrab’s former champion racehorse hung in limbo

A racehorse belonging to Reza Zarrab, a Turkish-Iranian businessman who was arrested in the U.S. in 2016 over evading sanctions on Iran, had to leave his champion-style life in a hippodrome to live a more modest life on a simple ranch on the outskirts of Istanbul.

BSMEPA and the International Network for Small and Medium Enterprises with a Series of Webinars for Business Development

Executive Agency for Promotion of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and INSME International Network for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises will launch a series of online training seminars with foreign companies' speakers who will present international business experience.

Mergers, acquisitions volume hit $5B in Turkey

The volume of mergers and acquisitions (M &A) transactions in Turkey, including unclosed ones, reached $5 billion in 2019, said audit and consulting giant Ernst & Young (EY) on Jan. 7.

Last year's volume was down on an annual basis, as high-volume transactions were replaced by medium- and low-volume transactions, said the EY Turkey report.

The Prime Minister of Finland Proposes the Introduction of a 4-Day Working Week

Finland's new Prime Minister Sanna Marin plans to introduce a four-day work week with 6-hour business days.

According to her, a flexible schedule will allow workers to spend more time with their families. Marin believes this would also increase labor productivity.

The proposal was welcomed by Education Minister Li Andersson, the Daily Mail reported.

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