Technopolis ICT Park

Technopolis Thessaloniki ICT Business Park is an initiative of the Association of Information Technology Companies of Northern Greece (SEPVE) and was founded in 2001 with the participation of Information and High Technology companies from all over Greece, as well as public bodies. The company's aim was the establishment of the first high techology Business Park in Greece and to resolve some of the problems of companies in the industry, such as housing needs.


Also to create a grid of modern infrastructure and investment opportunities, which will be a development opportunity both for Thessaloniki and Northern Greece, and the country in general. The area which was selected for the creation of the Park is located on the eastern side of the city, which is the fastest growing area of Thessaloniki, and has already evolved into a centre of innovation and technology where within a short distance are the National Centre for research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), the Museum of Technology(NOISIS) and CEDEFOP.


Also in the wider region there are several commercial and recreational centers, hotels, medical facilities and educational institutions. Today, the original purpose of the company has achieved with the official inauguration of Technopolis Thessaloniki, the first High Technology Business Park in Greece, a result of an investment project of more than 12.5 M. Euros.


The company's next goal is the utilization of the accumulated experience to create a network of Technopolis – Incubators in other regions of the country.


Technopolis Thessaloniki is the first High Technology Business Park in Greece where New Economy Businesses, research and educational activities can be hosted and is characterized by a high quality environment.


Technopolis Thessalonikis Park includes an area of 94 acres on the eastern side of the city, which is the fastest growing area of Thessaloniki, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pileas – Chortiati. It is situated at a distance of few kilometers from Thessaloniki International Airport, while the ground in the park has a gentle slope to South-West direction which ensures fantastic view to Thermaikos Bay for all buildings in the Park. Access to Technopolis ensured through Central roads such as the National Highway Thessaloniki - Neon Moudanion and the city’s Ring Road.


Technopolis began as a vision for an innovative solution to housing needs ofinformation and technology companies, and today is one of the most important tools for developing and promoting innovation and entrepreneurship in Northern Greece. On full development Technopolis Thessalonikis is expected to host more than 150 innovative companies with more than 3000 employees. Technopolis Thessalonikis ICT Business Park in numbers:

Park total area : 94 acres

Public spaces - infrastructure : 29 acres

Total area for businesses : 65 acres

Total buildings space : 85.000 square meter

Total parking spaces (open-air and underground) : 1,500 spaces

Total green space : 30 acres