During the 90s, the era of the flourishing of Greek small businesses, coincided with the booming activity of Evangelos Karaoglou’s business. In 1996, the company relocated in the area of Vardari, in 2003 it was converted into a Société Anonyme and from then on slowly and steadily it became the leading tax technical support company in Thessaloniki. After its successful presence in the economic and business landscape of Thessaloniki and Northern Greece in general, Karaoglou established in 2005 a branch in Athens, and simultaneously started undertaking projects in foreign countries.
In 2011, Evangelos Karaoglou suddenly passed at the age of 55, after a short, yet brave battle with a serious health issue. The foundations he had laid, however, were so solid, and his legacy so strong, that the continuation of his business was a one way street. His eldest daughter, Angeliki Karaoglou, who studied Accounting and Auditing, takes over the business, together with her husband Orestis Arapoglou, a Mathematician and holder of a Master’s degree in Accounting and Financial Management. In the last ten years, the second generation of the company has unwaveringly continued the course that the late Evangelos Karaoglou had set, maintaining the same values, the same ideals, the same consistency, the same professionalism.
At the same time, however, as dictated by the spirit of the times, Orestis and Angeliki further developed the company Karaoglou, constantly introducing innovations that keep the company at the forefront of accounting and tax technical support nationwide.
With business clients from all sectors of the economy, as well as some of the country’s largest business Groups, Karaoglou, with a working force of 40 people, is synonymous to reliability and efficiency, being the ultimate success story in the sector. The dynamic and well-trained team of old and new executives of Karaoglou who address with responsibility, consistency and flexibility all the issues that concern its customers contributes decisively to the company’s successful course.
Evangelos Karaoglou’s youngest daughter, Eirini, who is actively involved in Media -she is the owner of Voria.gr, the largest online newspaper in Northern Greece, which was also inspired and created in 2009 by Evangelos-, is also a partner in the company.