Our Clients

National Bank of Greece

National Bank was established in 1841 and became the first bank in the modern Greek state, with a decisive contribution to the financial life during these 170 years of history. Nowadays, National Bank leads one of the largest and strongest financial groups in Greece, with a strong presence in Southeast Europe and Eastern Mediterranean

It would be fair to describe it as the Bank of the Greek family, since it controls the ¼ of retail banking and has 24% market share in deposits. The share of deposits reflects the confidence of the savings customers, which are its driving force.

Olympic Broadcasting Services

OBS is responsible for designing, building, installing and operating the International Broadcast Centre (IBC), which will be the home of the broadcast operation during the Games. It houses the technical and administrative facilities for both OBS and the RHBs including edit suites, control rooms, studios and offices. All television and radio signals for Olympic coverage will pass through the IBC under the direction of OBS.

Carrefour

One of the largest hypermarket chains in the world (with 1,452 hypermarkets at the end of 2011[1]), the fourth largest retail group in the world in terms of revenue , and the third in profit. Carrefour operates mainly in Europe, Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, China, Dominican Republic, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Lebanon, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, but also has shops in North Africa and other parts of Asia, with most stores being of smaller size than hypermarket or even supermarket.

Public Power Corporation S.A-Hellas

Public Power Corporation S.A. (PPC) is the biggest power producer and electricity supply company in Greece with approximately 7.4 million customers. PPC currently holds assets in lignite mines, power generation, transmission and distribution. PPC’s current power portfolio consists of conventional thermal and hydroelectric power plants, as well as RES units, accounting for approximately 68% of the total installed capacity in the country.

Ski Resort Vassilitsa

The ski center is located in the middle of Pindos (40.033N, 21.083E), approximately 42km away from Grevena and 417km from Athens. The ski resorts currently has 5 lifts and 16 ski trails. The summit of the resort is 2113m above sea level and the total vertical drop about 450m. The quality and quantity of snowfall at Vasilitsa allow for many off-piste routes. It is the only Greek ski resort with superb black-pine trees surrounding the ski trails.