The Port is a marketing consulting and business advisory firm, working with Greek and U.S. businesses to build marketing and business strategies that reach global audiences.
For large or growing companies in the U.S. and Greece, The Port provides marketing and business services to drive growth. For the Greek market, The Port adapts thought leadership from abroad to equip local businesses with the best practices and professional skills required to be competitive on a global scale.
Come to The Port for the services and resources to support your business at every step of your journey – from fundraising to brand development and scaling.
Adapting best practices from the land of opportunity...
Leverage American expertise to develop the messaging and professionalism that will boost your business to be a viable player on the global scale.
… and storytelling from
the land of creativity.
Unlock the power of Greek creativity & storytelling, to craft and share the great story of your business to build a strong, trustworthy, and scalable brand.
Lucy Xu is a marketer and startup advisor with a background in building brand messaging and marketing programs for B2B SaaS startups, tech companies, and personal brands. Lucy has a degree in business from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2016, Lucy moved from New York City to Athens and founded The Port to bridge best practices across the markets.
Freelance Content Strategist
Kathryn Kessler is a writer and content strategist experienced in editorial, advertorial, blog, and long-form writing. Kathryn is inspired by the enthusiasm of emerging businesses and is passionate about enabling them to effectively communicate with their audiences. Based out of South Florida and New York, Kathryn helps The Port build fun, targeted, and engaging content for startups and small businesses.
Freelance Content Strategist
Brent Giannotta is a public relations professional, writer, and journalist with experience reporting on politics, art, travel, and culture. He has a degree in international relations from the University of Southern California and a graduate degree in Middle East studies from the American University in Cairo, Egypt. Brent has written for Thrillist-NY, TimeOut-LA, and spent five years as a Middle East security analyst under President Obama. Based out of New York City, Brent is passionate about using writing to expand the hearts and minds of readers, and drinking lattes.
Vashvi Shah is a marketing enthusiast who’s passionate about refining a company’s story and bringing her knowledge of American businesses to the Greek tech environment. She has experience consulting with non-profit organizations, venture capital firms, and biotech start-ups. Currently, she’s studying Economics at the University of Pennsylvania.
Madison Chen is a marketer and writer studying Economics and Consumer Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. Her experience is grounded in business management and consulting for both for-profit and non-profit companies. She is very passionate about applying her experience to support promising Greek startups.
Euthymia (Emmie) Stratakis
Euthymia (Emmie) Stratakis is a Greek-American economics major at the University of Pennsylvania who is passionate about driving businesses forward in an economically efficient way. A lover of the tech scene and innovation, she loves helping drive innovation forward in Greece, along with the newly reviving economy. She also conducts interviews for Wharton on the side.
Maya Rajan is an avid writer with a passion for marketing and company branding through story-telling. With a background in journalism and marketing consulting for for-profit companies, Maya is excited to apply her knowledge of American businesses and marketing to Greek startups. She is currently studying Economics at the University of Pennsylvania.
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