Tourism Media & Events
was created by professionals from Tourism, Gastronomy, Marketing and Media sectors with long presence in their field. With knowledge and experience, we help build your brand, advertise to the public and spread your wings to foreign markets. We also provide your daily news, with a portal where you can find all the news of tourism and economy.
Our purpose is to communicate effectively with the target audience, promote your message and contact the right stakeholders who will give your organisation the momentum to achieve its goals.
At the same time, our focus is to promote Greece as the best destination for Alternative tourism and Gastronomy and to help tourism and export businesses penetrate foreign markets, where there is a growing demand for Greek products and alternative activities.
Our Philosophy and Values
We work hard to achieve your goals without compromising the values which make us who we are.
The professional integrity that is the cornerstone of our activities.
The customer-centric approach to all projects with the aim of exceeding the expectations of our customers.
The effectiveness of our planning methods and decision making processes.
Our passion above all; we strive to offer the right services at the right time and at the right price.
Harris Ntigrintakis studied Economics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and obtained a Master’s degree from Stirling University. He worked for 31 years as a journalist for a variety of newspapers, magazines, news sites, television and radio stations. For the last 3 years he is a producer and editor-in-chief in Alpha 989, with a daily radio show.
He has many years of experience as a consultant for corporate communication, public relations and crisis management, contributing to the development of companies throughout Greece.
Along with his journalistic capacity, he has been actively involved in the organisation and presentation of events, workshops and forums in many countries around the world since 2003, with the goal of promoting Greek tourism. He has participated in events in Greece, Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Poland but also in Asian and Arab countries (India, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, UAE, Qatar, Qatar, Iran, Jordan).
Today he is the CEO of the company Tourism Media & Events and an active member of the team, writing articles for tourismtoday.gr, having personal collaboration with customers and offering dynamic support to the team.
He comes from Crete and as a true local, he enjoys good food and strong raki. His communicative and dynamic character is the heart of the company.
Efi Manta studied Agriculture at the Aristotle University, specialising in Food Technology, Science & Industry. She obtained a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from EEDE. Being a strong believer in continuous education, for the last 20 years she has attended seminars in marketing, sale techniques, public relations, digital marketing, event management, communication, telemarketing, business problems solving, etc. She recently completed the NLP Practitioner Internationally Certified Program.
She has 31 years of experience in sales & marketing in sectors such as publishing, tourism, alternative tourism, services, food and beverages, organising and participating in Greek and international events, such as ANUGA and RETAIL AWARDS.
For the last 5 years she has been responsible for B2B events in Poland, Sweden, Romania, promoting the Greek traditional and alternative tourism as well as the food and beverage exports sector.
Efi never gets complacent and is a driving force for the whole team. She is very proud of her work, almost as much as of her dog!
Today, she is the Sales Manager of Tourism Media & Events, being responsible for organising the Greek Alternative Tourism & Gastronomy Workshops 2020 and Greek Gastronomy Workshops 2020 in Denmark, France, the UAE, Poland and Belgium.
Roula has studied Journalism and European Culture at the Hellenic Open University and has attended seminars in Greece and abroad for print and electronic media and communication.
From 1989 to 2013, she worked as a TV financial and tourist editor at ERT E.A., for the dailynews broadcast and TV shows, at the newspapers “Apogevmatini”, “Acropolis”, “Evdomi”, as well as in the radio stations ” Seven X “and” Athens 984″.
She has also collaborated with many magazines, business press offices and has trained businessmen, company executives and politicians in media training rules/codes (media training).
Since 2017, when Nantes-Atlantique Airport chosed her as its correspondent in Athens, she has been actively promoting the capital’s destination on their social media pages.
Today, Roula is an article writer for tourismtoday.gr and advises the whole team with her knowledge and experience in the field, in order to maintain the high quality of the portal.
Journalism is her great love and it never tires her, despite her busy daily schedule.
Katerina studied International & European Relations at University of Piraeus. She is now pursuing her masters studies in “Politics, Language & Intercultural Communication” at Ionio University in Corfu. As a Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Scholar, she participated in a parallel studies program in Business at Deree – the American College of Greece.
She has many experiences abroad, having spent a semester in Prague, as part of her Erasmus Study Program but also in France, participating in an intensive Summer School Program in Entrepreneurship while exploring the South of France.
She has been a key member staff, as a Program coordinator at “Pediatric Trauma”, she completed her traineeship at the US Embassy in Athens and has been an active member of several student volunteering groups, both national & international. She teaches French, she writes research articles for the Greek Observatory of the Balkans “Balkans in-site” and along with her friends, she has a blog of creative writing.
She is passionate about intercultural communication, travelling and foreign languages. She speaks fluently English & French and the last two years, she has been learning Serbian.
She is curious, appreciates team work and keeps learning every day.
She is the general coordinator of our office and co-organizer of Tourism Media & Events workshops.
Originally from Heraklion, Crete, Eva moved to Athens several years ago to study at the Department of Communication and Media at the Kapodistrian University of Athens.
From her student years, she started working in production companies (such as Art Factory), TV stations (Star) and later in newspapers and news sites (Social, Realnews, Realfm, real.gr, enikos.gr).
For the last 10 years, she has been an accredited editor at the Ministry of Tourism, covering all issues related to tourism; she also particularly enjoys free business reporting. During the Olympics in Athens, she was a volunteer in the press department.
Eva is the latest addition to the Tourism Media & Events team and from the first moment she made her presence felt with original reporting and news articles.
She loves to relax while listening to music and exercising as much as she can between her busy schedule.
Sofia was born and raised in Athens, but she loves to travel at every opportunity she gets and to visit new places and cultures, which is why she was won over by tourism journalism.
She studied Public Relations at IEK Akmi in Athens and has attended seminars on social media, digital marketing and technology. She has been writing for tourismtoday.gr since 2017, monitoring on a daily basis the fields of tourism and economy and updating the portal in real time.
In the past she has worked as a secretary and customer service assistant in a law firm in publications; also in local businesses in Crete and Corinthos.
At the same time, she has been playing volleyball professionally since she was 18 years old, in teams in the preleague, A1 and A2 categories.
Today she still works at Tourism Media & Events and plays her favorite sport in the Amazons of New Eritrea.
Sofia has a lively character and is ready for exercise any time of the day, especially if combined with a mini getaway outside Athens where she can exercise in the fresh air.
Mariza Koronidou studied Communication and Mass Media at Panteion University of Athens, specialising in Journalism.
She worked for a number of years in the Press Office of an insurance group and a large public tourism agency with members throughout the country. There, she was involved in writing articles, organising press conferences, events, as well as domestic and international workshops.
At the same time, she has actively participated in the preparation of the General Assemblies of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels for 9 consecutive years and has contributed to the creation of international events, such as the General Assembly of Hotrec (European Trade Association of Hotels), Restaurants and Cafes in Europe and the International Hospitality Forum (2017-2019). She speaks English, Italian and French fluently. She is a big fan of organisation and “common sense”, something that with perseverance and patience tries to pass on to her daughters.
Mariza covers international issues at tourismtoday.gr and supports the team with text editing and proofreading.
The company’s executives have successfully collaborated on projects with Enterprise Greece, the Hellenic Tourism Organisation, regions and municipalities from all over the country, public and private bodies, as well as with dozens of companies that remain loyal customers.