The 11th Annual Capital Link Sustainability Forum Replays Available Online

April 30, 2021

NEW YORK – The 11th Annual Capital Link Sustainability Forum “Tackling Social & Economic Transformation/ Sustainable Growth: Environment – Economy – Society” was held digitally, with great success, attracting a very large participation from both Greece and abroad on April 21-22.

Over the course of two days and 17 virtual sessions, the forum featured 70 companies, gathering 68 distinguished speakers and representatives of the Greek government, local government, entrepreneurs, investors, bankers and the academic community, to express their views on how each sector contributes in the best possible way to the benefit of Greece's economy and society.

All Forum materials and session replays are available on the Forum 's website: http://csringreece.gr/forum/2021/agenda.php and on the Forum's YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/c/CapitalLinkInc/videos.


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