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Greek Tech Talks Return in Person on November 10

NEW YORK – Greek Tech Talks are back live and in-person on Wednesday, November 10. For the first time after nearly two years of virtual activities, The GreekTech.org community of New York returns to Betaworks Studios, 29 Little West 12th Street in Manhattan, 6-9 PM, for a panel of founders from various industries who have launched their startups in and around the pandemic.

The panel will be moderated by GreekTech.org Board Member Emmanouela Androulaki. Register online: https://bit.ly/3jhzIbT.

The discussion focuses on the journeys of four New York-based founders who launched startups a little before and throughout the pandemic period, the obstacles they faced and how they overcame those obstacles. Each founders’ journey will be highlighted as well as how they met their cofounders and the experiences of some of them with notable accelerators such as Y Combinator and URBAN-X.

The panelists:

Aspa Lekka is the COO and Co-Founder of JOKR a global brand with a hyper-local product delivery service. They are determined to democratize retail by bringing together global suppliers all-time favorite products and local brands to support the small businesses in every neighborhood they go to.

Agapitos Diakogiannis is the Founder and CEO of Seafair, a tech marketplace connecting shipping companies with seafarers.

Nikos Karamolegkos is the Co-founder and Director of Data Science of Gerald Technologies, a Y Combinator-backed startup that helps Autopay household bills without fear of overdraft or late fees.

Nikos Georgantas is the Co-founder and CPO of OneRoof, an app that connects people living in the same building to form a resourceful, fun, and supportive neighbor community.

The event is sponsored by Pardalis & Nohavicka, LLP Attorneys at Law.

More information is available online: https://greektech.org/.



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