“The least we can offer to you and your clients is a taste of Greece & Cyprus to take along with you.”
V. Triantafyllou – G.M.
DMCs are specialists in the organisation of incentives, meetings, conferences and events for incoming groups to a destination.
CONFERENCE & MEETINGS
With many years of experience our in house experts are unrivalled when it comes to planning and executing meetings & events.
We plan meetings, incentives, conventions & events for corporations and associations throughout Greece & beyond.
Originally under another Company’s’ name back in 1990, MTM d.m.c has been completely restructured at the beginning of 2002. We guarantee you a genuine Mediterranean experience – and we pride ourselves in that reputation.
The staff reflects a diversity of ages, backgrounds, and skill sets. It is the blend of these personalities and experience that is recognized by the customers as a valuable resource.
Throughout these years MTM d.m.c Incoming was growing tremendously and opened local offices in Nicosia and partner offices in Athens, Crete, Santorini, Mykonos & Rhodes.
Currently, we are proud to serve major accounts in B2B basis and more than glad to serve the end customer with our own services in key touristic locations in Greece & Cyprus, the way we know – professional one!
Over the years, the olive has been the symbol of peace, wisdom, glory, fertility, power and pureness.
The leafy branches of the olive tree – the olive leaf as a symbol of abundance, glory and peace – were used to crown the victors of friendly games and bloody wars. As emblems of benediction and purification, they were also ritually offered to deities and powerful figures; some were even found in Tutankhamen’s tomb.
Greece = Philoxenia
Philoxenia – φιλοξενία (φιλώ (= αγαπώ) + ξένος) was an institution for the ancient Greeks to welcome and look after the strangers in their house. They particularly believed in the idea of philoxenia, and they considered it a moral debt and a holy rule of gods (protector was the Xenios Jupiter, sometimes also referred to as Xenios Zeus). This is why strangers, as thought to have been sent by the gods, were considered as persons holy, honored and respectable. This treatment of strangers began from the faith that the gods themselves, transformed in human form, visited them in order to check who keep the religious rules and obey the laws, and who do not. This ancient Greek institution of philoxenia was spread around the ancient world through the cultural exchange that occurred during travels, trade, conquest etc. Moreover, the lifestyle of Greeks (travels, trade, wars) had resulted in finding themselves in foreign places, with a big need for lodging, help or protection.
We Greeks are not fond of saying goodbye, so let as just say `until we meet again`……….