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Delphi Economic Forum Welcomes Newest Advisory Board Members

ATHENS – Since its establishment, the Delphi Economic Forum has relied heavily on the expertise and insight of its Advisory Board, in order to plan the annual agenda and create forefront events addressing the most urgent issues at a global level. The Forum on October 8 shared via email its announcement of its newest Advisory Board Members.

According to the Delphi Economic Forum’s news release, “We are proud and excited to welcome the newest Advisory Board Members, coming from cutting-edge enterprises to leading organizations in sectors like Technology, Energy and Infrastructures, F&B, Banking and Finance, Maritime, Charity, and the Manufacturing Industry.

“The new Members will be joining us in laying the foundation for the next edition of the Forum that will take place May 12-16, 2021. The topics of the Delphi Economic Forum VI will be announced soon.”

The new Members are Dimand S.A. Chairman and CEO Dimitris Andriopoulos, Google Regional General Manager for Southeast Europe Peggy Antonakou, Mytilineos S.A. General Manager of Communication & Marketing Strategy Vivian Bouzalis, Papastratos President & CEO and Philip Morris International Managing Director EU South East Cluster Christos Harpantidis, Eastern Mediterranean Maritime Limited Managing Director Thanasis Martinos, Piraeus Bank CEO Christos Megalou, Microsoft CEO Greece, Cyprus & Malta Theodosis Michalopoulos, Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation President Anthony Papadimitriou, Head of Visa Greece Andreana Pappas, Lyktos Group President Michalis Sallas, Federation of Industries of Greece President Athanasios Savvakis, and Chipita Managing Director Spyros Theodoropoulos.

More information is available online: http://www.delphiforum.gr.

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