The MEU International Congress is hosted and organized by the Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki. The units responsible for the Congress organization are: a) the Program of Postgraduate Studies in Management and Organization of Educational Units, and b) the Department of Business Administration.
The congress will take place at the Ioannis Vellidis’ Congress Center, ideally located in the heart of the city of Thessaloniki in Greece. Thessaloniki was named after the sister of Alexander the Great and is one of the oldest cities in Europe; a few years ago the city celebrated 2400 years since establishment. Thessaloniki is a seaside port city, has served as European Capital of Culture in 1997, and is well-known for its cosmopolitan style, rich gastronomic appeal, and vibrant night-life. The city has a rich culture and history influenced by the classic Greek, the Roman, the Byzantine and the Ottoman eras.
The state-of-the-art congress program includes: a) a high quality scientific research track with refereed paper presentations, b) cutting-edge keynote speakers and roundtables from the academia, and the public sector, c) a student paper presentations track and a PhD workshop, d) unforgettable social activities, including excursions and field tours.