Michael Kassotakis MCIM, MCMI, CMktg

Michael Kassotakis MCIM was born in Heraklion, Crete, Hellas (Greece). He is citizened and registered in Piraeus, Hellas (Greece).

Michael Kassotakis MCIM, MCMI

Michael Kassotakis MCIM, MCMI

He is the President and Managing Director of E-BCR, a European business consultant – researcher and business services provider.
Initially, he was brought up by a maritime family and gained experience from The Greatest Hellenic Port Piraeus. He distinguished himself professionally.

He is well known for offering business, consulting, and research services. It is remarkable, that he offered significant services for the 2004 Summer Olympic Games and the International Olympic Committee in Greece.

Michael Kassotakis MCIM started his work experience in the early 1990’s and graduated from the Business Organisation and Management Department of Piraeus University, while he was offering his services as Supervisor of Captain’s Office for the Hellenic Navy. He completed his graduate degree (BA) and his naval services in the late 1990’s.

Since he was very active and restless he started his postgraduate experience in Stirling University, Scotland, United Kingdom before the end of the 1990’s. He and his mates completed various significant business and marketing projects (Assessment of service quality, World market attractiveness, Marketing plans etc.).

The postgraduation was completed in the beginning of the 21st Century (MSc in Marketing).

He continued his remarkable business services by completing significant business and economic projects and studies (Tourism development – Marketing expertise, Hotel sector, IT Hardware, Quick service restaurants, Computers etc.) on behalf of major companies.

He is a Full Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (MCIM), a licensed economist and tax accountant of the Economic Chamber of Greece, a member of the Hellenic – British Chamber of Commerce, a member of the British Graduates Society a member of the Alumni of Stirling University and a Regional Ambassador of the University of Stirling.


In 2010’s he is a member in significant professional and business organisations, while he offers business, consulting and research services. He can also manage investments in Hellas, Europe and rest of the world.
Business, Consulting, Research,
Services, Online Shopping, Investments

Recent Posts

Greek financial crisis- Pay off of Greek Debt

Many #Greek people have suffered a lot since the financial crisis of 2008.The huge debt is a result of more than 40 years financial failure. I don’t want to blame anyone but to state that there is hope and solution. #Greece has a unique #cultural wealth and heritage that is thousand years old. This is the game advantage for its #tourism sector. A prosperous tourism sector will support the domestic agricultural sector. Then it is the Greek #Maritime fleet, one of the biggest in the #world. There are also other sectors that are worth mentioning but the aforementioned are the most important. Last but not least, Greece must make fast track deals for the exploitation of the rich #oil and #gas deposits in the #Ionian Sea and Livykon Sea in South #Crete. The estimate is that these deals will enable Greece to pay off its debt in less than 20 years.

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