Greek Start-up Company Wins Prize at South by Southwest Conferences & Festivals

19 March 2016
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Greek professionals and startups showcased their work at the 23rd annual event “South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences & Festivals,” in Austin, Texas. The conference started on March 11 and will be carried out until the March 20, as it consists of the sessions of Interactive Media (March 11 – 15), Film (March 11-19) and Music (March 15-20).

ERGON foods, a start-up company that started in Thessaloniki, traveled to Texas to pitch for ‪the ‎Greek Food‬ at ‎SXSW‬ and received a prize on March 15 from the chairman of the International Accelerator. The company along with 12 other Greek professionals, traveled to SXSW with the support of the The Hellenic Initiative, the International Accelerator and the U.S. Embassy in Athens.

ERGON is a selection of premium quality Greek products, whose goal is to promote Greek gastronomy, both in Greece and abroad. The range consists of traditional Mediterranean products made with respect for tradition, combined with the dedication to offering added aesthetic and gastronomic value.

The Greek startups presented their products and services to the SXSW Startup Expo audience, which consisted of more than 100,000 participants.

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