SEPE, the Federation of Hellenic Information Technology & Communications Enterprises, was founded in February 1995 and is the representative for the digital technology industry, aiming at the development of the Greek economy and society. Approximately 5,300 small, medium, large, local and multinational companies operate in the Information and Communications Technology Industry in Greece, with more than 260,000 employees. The country’s turnover in the digital technology sector in turns represents 8% of the GDP.
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SEPE’s vision is to transform the Greek digital technology sector into a leading strategic industry that will: Stimulate Greek economy, Encourage investment in research and technology, Enhance digital literacy and at the same time, Apply digital technology to address major social challenges.
SEPE is the sector’s representative for the digital technology industry, aiming at the development of the Greek economy and society. SEPE focuses on the following areas: Information Dissemination, Public Affairs and Lobbying, International Presence. SEPE represents its members at the global digital technology scene, actively participating in many leading international associations; European Digital Technology Association (DIGITALEUROPE), European IT Observatory (EITO), World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) and other bodies of influence.
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Every 2 years
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e-Government Committee, Digital Economy Committee, Communications Committee
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Operations Section Secretariat
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Association employ an outside payroll firm
Association hire an outside, independent audit firm
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Any additional information that you feel would be helpful in establishing, maintaining, and expanding an ICT association.