American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce: Greek defense industry needs to become more extrovert

Greek defense industry needs to become more extrovert, speakers said during a seminar on “Doing Business with the US Government”, organized by the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with AUSA Europe and the general secretariat of Defense Equipment and Investments, in the framework of a wider cooperation with AUSA (Association of the US Army).

The seminar was addressed by Eric Lien, president of the Association of the United States Army, European Region and Roberto Tomaiuolo, president of the Association of the United States Army, Mediterranean Chapter.

A total of 30 representatives of Greek defense industries participated in the seminar, along with representatives from the wider business sector which managed to deepen on the procedures and conditions of public procurement in the US, mechanisms of finding business opportunities, necessary preparation and submission of proposals to cooperate with the US administration and American companies.

National Defense Alternate Minister Dimitris Vitsas and the president of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, Simos Anastasopoulos, addressed the seminar and underlined the need to join forces between agencies and enterprises to further promote the capabilities of the Greek defense industry and its extrovert activity with the aim to claim a share in international markets and to forge international partnerships to the benefit of the economy and the country.