Tällberg to Host a Convening in the Greek Village of Vamvakou

ATHENS – The Tällberg Foundation will host a three-day workshop in Vamvakou, the Greek mountain village where the Stavros Niarchos Foundation’s (SNF) founder had his roots and where SNF has supported a major effort to bring new life to a rural community recently in decline.

In addition to bringing together two key SNF partners who are collaborating from opposite sides of the European continent, the event will draw participants from 20 countries across a wide range of fields.

The early May workshop, entitled The Great Reset, seeks to reflect on a turbulent few years and imagine new solutions that bring about more positive outcomes.

“We will convene in Vamvakou not only because the village now has world-class meeting facilities to complement its spectacular natural setting, but also because it is the perfect metaphor for the kind of renewal and re-thinking that is needed now. What SNF is helping Vamvakou Revival do is exactly the kind of creative approach to problem solving that ought to be applied across the range of human endeavor,” said Tällberg chairman Alan Stoga.

“It’s a great honor that the Tällberg Foundation chose Vamvakou for their workshop on ‘The Great Reset,’” said Haris Vasilakos, cofounder of Vamvakou Revival. “Our partnership with SNF gives us the opportunity to expand our network and explore collaborations. Vamvakou is an ideal place for self-reflection and inspiration, and we are thrilled this important event will take place in our beloved village, where people all over the world will exchange ideas and explore answers about what’s next for humanity.”

Learn more about SNF’s support for the project to revive the village of Vamvakou and for the Tällberg Foundation to encourage new ways of thinking and leading.


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