P. M. Tseriotis Celebrates 100 Years of Entrepreneurial Success

P.M. Tseriotis celebrated 100 years of innovation and growth with a special anniversary event held on October 4th at the Audi Terminal in Nicosia. The occasion was honoured by the President of the Republic, Nicos Anastasiades, ministers, mayors, and other state and political officials. The occasion was also attended by hundreds of business associates from Cyprus and abroad, employees, friends of the company, and media representatives.

The highlight of the evening was a specially designed exhibition dedicated to the long history of P. M. Tseriotis; a pioneer in the Cyprus business world that has evolved into one of the oldest and well-known business groups in the country. Exhibits included historic documents, photographs, and other objects of immeasurable historic and sentimental value, with guests being taken on a journey through some of the most important company milestones which are intrinsically linked with the development and growth of the Cyprus economy..

P.M Tseriotis Ltd - «100 years of Entrepreneurship»

P.M Tseriotis celebrates 100 years of innovation, progress and successful presence in the Cypriot market. With firm and uncompromised principles, values and vision, P.M Tseriotis as a pioneer and leader of Cypriot entrepreneurship, has evolved into one of the oldest and most recognised business establishments in Cyprus, contributing over time to the development of Cyprus trade and the economy.

P.M Tseriotis’ history dates back to 1916, when its founder Panayiotis Michael Tseriotis became a commission agent for the major European manufacturers LEVER BROTHERS (today’s UNILEVER) and BASF. The company he founded began to grow rapidly, establishing an impressive island-wide presence with branches in all major cities of Cyprus, its own stock reserves and sales network evolving eventually into a group of companies with business activities and a leading presence across a number of industries, including the Automotive industry, Consumer Goods, Electrical Goods, Insurance Services, Telecommunications, Information Technology and Third Party Logistics Services.