Hellenic Daily News celebrated its first birthday at the annual cruise of AHEPA!

Hellenic Daily News is one year old and celebrated its first birthday, participating in the hottest greek event, the third AHEPA annual cruise around Manhatan! The expatriates had reserved the most pleasant surprise for the publisher of your favorite e-newspaper and we all put out the candle with wishes for success and longevity of the Hellenic Daily News!

Evageline Plakas, creator and publisher of the Hellenic Daily News, talked excited about the love and response of the world both in Greece and abroad. She thanked her associates, AHEPA, the president Bassil Mossaidis, as well as Argyris Argitakos, Ilias Katsios and Effie Streida, president of “DAUGHTERS OF PENELOPE”, who supported her from the very beginning, and she promised new dynamic surprises in the field of information!

AHEPA, thank you very much for the pleasant surprise!

Watch videos and photos from our first birthday:

Video by: Alex Kassimis

Evageline Plakas, Nikos Letsios, Marina Letsiou, Global Alive.

We thank NEO BAKERY and Irene Stathatos, for the delicious handcrafted cake!

The greeting of the publisher, Evageline Plakas:

“The electronic newspaper Hellenic Daily News, the new innovative, everyday media, the electronic newspaper of all Greeks across the globe closed its first year.

The Hellenic Daily News won the bet of online information, stating that it was present at the important events of Hellenism, the Hellenes Abroad and the world.

Our online newspaper offers a 24-hour feed of news, analysis, interviews with important personalities who have provided work and represent Hellenism, as well as primary reports on a variety of topics. Politics, society, health, technology, science, entrepreneurship, sports, as well as the news of Greek and global intelligentsia, are some of the areas covered on a daily basis, making Hellenic Daily News a multidimensional source of information.

With a particular approach to the Greek news, our goal is to bring the Greek Diaspora closer to the Fatherland, as well as to bring together all Greeks”.