As part of the
Athens 2018 World Book Capital
The Hellenic Economic Library Network (H.E.LI.N.) is organizing presentations of books that have been published by H.E.LI.N. members. The goal of the presentations is to showcase quality economics books and to promote the books as valuable informational tools. UNESCO has given the distinction of World Book Capital to the city of Athens for the duration of one year, from April 23, 2018 through April 22, 2019. The H.E.LI.N. book presentations will be included within the timeframe of this distinction.
H.E.LI.N. was established in 2012. It is a collaboration of libraries that are linked by their collections, their resources and their information services, all with economics content. The mission of H.E.LI.N. is to provide efficient and quality services to its user communities via an exchange of resources and services amongst the library-members.
H.E.LI.N.’s second book presentation this year will take place on Thursday, May 3 2018, where the new edition of “Επιχειρηματικά Σχήματα Συνεργασίας και Επικοινωνία στον Τουριστικό Τομέα. Βήματα για αποτελεσματικές εφαρμογές” will be presented by the authors Maria Gousia-Rizou and Despina Sdrali.
This publication analyzes the rationale behind the charm of diversity in business thinking and action by using a question and answer format. It also examines the need to adopt a communication strategy that emphasizes people and the needs that arise in their roles as tourists. The importance of cooperation and synergies is stressed, as well. Steps and best practices that can prevent repeated mistakes and that can determine creative and long-term trends in the tourism industry are discussed.
The book will be presented by Paris Tsartas, Professor of Development of Tourism at the Harokopio University in the Department of Home Economics and Ecology. The authors, Dr. Maria Gousia – Rizou and Assistant Professor Despina Sdrali, will give a brief explanation and overview of the book.
The event will take place at the Museum of the Bank of Greece, Amerikis 3, Athens, from 17.00 – 19.00. Entrance to the event is free.
The registration form must be submitted electronically here. For more information, please refer to the H.E.LI.N. web page http://diovi.lib.unipi.gr/ and to the social media Facebook: ΔΙΟΒΙ and Twitter: diovi_helin. Seating is limited and will be done in order of priority. Please note that the entire event will be in Greek.
For further information, please contact the Library and Information Center at the Harokopio University at 210 9649 170 and 210 9540 169.
A Guided Tour of the Library at the University of Piraeus
The Library of the University of Piraeus has organized a speech and a guided tour for the public on its premises, Karaoli and Dimitriou 80, Piraeus, on Friday, April 28, 2017. The speech and guided tour are part of the program of activities that the Hellenic Economic Library Network (H.E.LI.N.) has scheduled for 2017, including information visits to the Member Libraries in the Network.
There will be a guided tour of the Library for the participants who will learn about the Library's collection and services.
Following the tour, the audience will have the opportunity to listen to a speech by Dr. Nikolaos Lymouris, "The Juncker Plan, Brexit, and the Future of the European Union". Dr. Lymouris is the Head of the Center for European Government at Panteion University and a member of Team Europe. More information available here
Dr. Lymouris' speech will begin at 13:00 and will be followed by a discussion.
April 28, 2017
- 00 Arrival at Library of the University of Piraeus
- 10 Guided Tour of the Collections and Services of the Library
- 00 Speech
- 30 Discussion
Registration is required and must be submitted electronically at Here
Further information is also available on the H.E.LI.N. website http://diovi.lib.unipi.gr/ and on the social media networks including Facebook: ΔΙΟΒΙ, Twitter: diovi_helin. Please note that the entire event will be in Greek.
Seating is limited and will be in priority of entrance to the event.
For all other information, please contact:
Anthi Katsirikou, 210 4142022, and
Arete Houliari, 210 414 2032.
Entrance is free, in order of priority as seating is limited.
For access to the University of Piraeus, click here.