Samsung to create training hub in Greece

Samsung Medison a subsidiary of the multinational giant, intends to create a training center in the domain of healthcare equipment in Greece in cooperation with the University of Athens. The center will aim at training doctors and technical experts from Europe, the Balkans and the Middle East in new technologies.

Executive vice president of Samsung Medison, Wayne Spittle, and the chairman and chief executive of Samsung Healthcare Hellas, Constantinos Adamopoulos, presented the plan on Thursday to Development Minister Nikos Dendias.

Dendias welcomed the group’s intention to invest in Greece and assured that his ministry would provide all necessary assistance to the project.

The minister also expressed the government’s determination to attract foreign investment to Greece and stressed the initiatives taken to improve the local business environment.

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