ECONOMY

Agenda

Kick-off event for Venture 2002, a business plan competition organized by the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), the University of Piraeus, the Federation of Greek Industries, the Greek Association of Entrepreneurs and the McKinsey company. At 17.00, Ceremony Hall, NTUA. – Strategic International SA hosts the second Southeastern Europe Telecoms Forum 2001, titled Visions for the New Telecom Era. At the Divani Caravel Hotel. For further information, tel 720.7000. – The Reconstruction of Yugoslavia: A Year After, the Internal Political Changes, is the theme of a conference taking place at the Hotel Athenaeum Intercontinental. Attendants expected to attend include Serbia’s Energy Minister Goran Novakovic and Environment Minister Dragoslav Sumarac. EGMs: National Bank of Greece, on share capital reduction, at 12.00, 93 Aeolou, Athens; FHL-Kyriakidis Marbles on absorption of subsidiary Marbles Granites, at 13.00, Hotel Kouros, Drama. TUESDAY Ruling PASOK party holds Cabinet reshuffle. – Athens 2004 Organizing Committee is hosting a conference on Olympic Games and Technology. ATHOC President Gianna Angelopoulos-Daskalaki and the ministers of Development and Transport, Nikos Christodoulakis and Christos Verelis, to attend. At the Athinais Conference Hall, Votanikos. For further information, tel (031) 224.438. – The Greek Business Management Association (EEDE) has scheduled seminars on e-business strategy, tomorrow and Thursday, and on e-business technology on November 12, 15 and 16, to be conducted by Hypertech E-Business Solutions. For details, call 211.2000. THURSDAY Singular Retail Business holds an event on New Trends in Retailing. At 16.00 p.m., at the Hilton Hotel. FRIDAY EGMs: Sex Form, on nominal share value reduction and amendment of Article 5 in charter; Space Hellas, on share capital increase and amendment of Article 5 in charter.