Hellenic Export Promotion Organization

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Hellenic Export Promotion Organization

Also called HEPO. An organization that works with Greek companies seeking to expand into foreign markets. HEPO helps companies abide by Greek export policies and with foreign governments to promote Greek products. It especially works in the agricultural, industrial, service-oriented and technological sectors. It is based in Athens with offices in Thessaloniki and Ioannina.
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"HEPO attempted to showcase just that, but the participating brands either tended to be more mass producers rather than artisans, or the artisans were still in the infancy of applying for USDA approval of their products for entry into our country.
What had been a predominantly wine-producing island is now up for sale by the Greek government, hectare by hectare to developers, with no protection of the same industry and culture that HEPO spent three days promoting.
As part of the Conference, HEPO organized an exhibition of food and wines, with the largest number of foreign attendees ever to participate in such an event in Greece.
For further information on Kerasma and HEPO, please contact: Teti Perissaki Hellenic Foreign Trade Board, Kerasma Project Manager, at ttp@hepo.gr.
Some P131.8 million will cover the salary, transportation and communication allowances of 325 Hepos to be fielded starting this month up to December.
Our continuous GPS stations data (observed offsets) are reported in Table 2 including NOANET stations VLSM and PONT, one private-company station (KEFA) and one station from the HEPOS network (http://www.hepos.gr/; their station 040A renamed SVOR in this paper), in total four (4) stations in operation during the first event.
Date Time Latitude Longitude Depth Magnitude (DD.MM.YYYY) (UTC) (degrees) (degrees) (km) Mw 26.01.2014 13:55:42 38.2102 20.4614 16 6.0 03.02.2014 03:08:44 38.2734 20.4310 5 5.9 Table 2 Offset results from 30-s data for horizontal components of NOANET (VLSM, KIPO, PONT) and collaborative stations (AGRI; belongs to the private company METRICA SA; SVOR to HEPOS network).
The program will also deploy so-called nurse-health education and promotion officers (HEPOs) as well as distribute medical kits to vaccinees.
The government will allot P131.8 million for the salary, transportation and communications allowances of 325 HEPOs to be deployed starting March this year until December.