Last month saw the commencement of a series of seminars that ultimately leads to CeMA certification – the first of its kind for Greece. The Athens Training & Development Center has teamed forces with the American Community Schools (ACS) of Greece’s Institute of Innovation and Creativity in efforts to fill a gap in the area of Internet promotion and enhancing a business’s online presence. The local market can no longer afford to ignore the power of the Internet in growing business and attracting a targeted client base. AT&D Director, Mr Spiros Gianiotis, says the first group of ‘student/entrepreneurs’ and ambitious freelancers, which is made up of men and women aged from 22 to 50, are eager to make their mark and bring the Greek reality on a par with international activities in this arena. “I’ve been speaking with the participants after class about the expectations they had – and they’ve all said the seminars by far exceed their expectations! Isn’t that great?!”
The course runs until February, at which time successful participants will be eligible to sit for CeMA certification.