The Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) has for 83 years marked the traditional high point of the Greek economic calendar and forms the venue for each Greek prime minister to lay out the country’s economic priorities for the year and beyond. The main opposition party is given the opportunity to make a formal rebuttal one week after the prime minister speaks.
With this as a backdrop, exhibitors from all over the world but especially the Southeast European region seek to engage new customers…
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