Global Goings On

March 24th, 2020


          Blink, and you’ll miss it. That’s how fast artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) was transforming the travel industry. Even amidst one of the biggest downturns, the COVID-19 pandemic, AI helped companies cope with the demand from travellers’ disruption. And no doubt as we move through it into recovery phase, […]


February 22nd, 2017

Stavros Kotsireas’ first solo art exhibit in London’s art hotspot

‘IN THE NAME OF ART, I AM NOTHING AND EVERYTHING’ is the title of celebrated Greek artist, Stavros Kotsireas, who will feature his latest work as a solo exhibit in one of London’s most dynamic venues, the Copeland Gallery in Peckham’s resurgent Rye Lane. ThreeSixty are delighted that Stavros has invited us to manage the PR […]


January 29th, 2014

‘Content, mobile and social’ drive digital marketing in 2014

Content, mobile and social are the holy grail’  for digital marketers in 2014. Like you, we’re awash with advice about how to sell products online. Create a digital platform, maintain SEO rankings, manage social media, enhance user journeys, cross channel marketing and optimise content. Truly exhausting, so here’s a fast track guide to the key […]


September 11th, 2012

Get me to the Grove: Greece’s olive harvest is around the corner

We’re all fanatical about olive oil these days, but ever wondered how it got on your plate? Time to get amongst the olive groves and witness the harvest. Come mid October, the Greek countryside comes alive as farmers haul out their nets, and lay them out under their precious trees. The harvest lasts through the […]


August 30th, 2012

Cook Like a Local: New Cookery School opens in Crete

Want to learn the secrets of the healthiest eating on earth? Now it’s just a click away. Live like a local with Greece’s hottest gastro travel team at ELEONAS resort, located in Crete’s prettiest rural heartland, on a six day cookery course, with guided forays along our own Greek Slow Food Trail. The ELEONAS Cretan […]


August 6th, 2012

Santorini wine trails going for gold

The island of Santorini – famed for vines and volcanoes – is now firmly on the radar of global wine experts. After making wine for 2,500 years, Greece has reclaimed its liquid heritage and there’s no better destination than Santorini to witness this revolution. The Vedema Resort, ( is exquisitely situated in the island’s most preserved settlement […]


June 25th, 2012

The Business of Luxury

“Luxury hasn’t been democratised, it’s been globalised” Luxury brand leaders recently congregated in Marrakech to discuss the future of lifestyle brands. Paris based PPR owns leading brands Gucci, Bottega, Veneta, Yves St Laurent and Alexander McQueen, as well as Boucheron. Founder’s son Francois-Henri Pinault, who runs the family fortunes which run into billions says the […]


May 18th, 2012

Tourists misled by media panic

As the EU crisis deepens, Greek tourism is heading for meltdown. Serious and misguided media reports this week have alarmed foreign travellers that they face a complete shut down of the banking system, widespread strikes and demonstrations. This week’s national travel sections advised tourists to ‘take small notes and coins’ to see them through a […]


January 26th, 2011

The Spice Route – Ten Best Journeys

The retro trend continues apace, and the travel biz is agog with it all. The wave of adventure shows has whetted our appetites for derring-do (Bruce, Bear, Ben) so why should we miss out on the fun? Suddenly, tour ops are offering us the chance to up sticks (okay, we’re toting Sisley lipbalm and tubes […]


Three Sixty Degrees August 18th, 2009

Greek pilots multitasking?

We know the airline industry is in a bit of a squeeze, but pilots cleaning their own windows? Full marks then to this Aegean Air pilot parked in the stalls at Athens Eleftherios Venizelos airport, in full gaze of the caff. Risking a new outbreak of British ‘planespotters’ – and a spell in Korydallos (the […]