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Over the past decade, the sight of Coca‑Cola Caravan has become very familiar to the residents of both Yerevan and the provinces. One of the most traditional of the Company’s holiday season initiatives launches every December in Yerevan to visit more than 30 towns, spreading festive mood and distributing refreshments.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia has unveiled details of its new initiative – a 3-year youth empowerment program, aimed at coaching the young population and reducing unemployment rate among the youth in our country.
Coca‑Cola HBC AG today announces the appointment of Zoran Bogdanovic as the Company’s new Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect.
As a global sustainability leader, Coca‑Cola HBC is actively contributing to the fight against climate change.
“Socrates now”, a solo theatre adaptation of Plato’s “Apology of Socrates” produced by Elliniko Theatro, which has already been staged 450 times in 20 countries, will be performed in Yerevan.
Coca‑Cola Hellenic Armenia, Repat Armenia Foundation and Yerevan Municipality have announced the start of Coca‑Cola Yerevan Half Marathon project, one of the most important sports events in Armenia.
Coca‑Cola HBC announces with deep sadness the death of its CEO, Dimitris Lois, on 2 October 2017.
Numerous guests of Felice Varini's exhibition were introduced to the new collection of Coke&Roll cocktails: 2 bar installations offered a taste of Spicy Mango, Peach and Cherry.
Coca‑Cola HBC is the world sustainability leader in the beverage industry, topping the Dow Jones World and Europe Sustainability Indexes for beverage companies for four years in a row - 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
During a public event on May 22, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia (CCHBCA), and the Global Environment Facility’s Small Grants Programme in Armenia (implemented by UNDP) marked the successful completion of a joint water project in Hayanist, Ararat. This is part of USAID’s broader efforts to curb the rate of groundwater abstraction in the Ararat Valley to sustainable levels.