Greece: Competing for Global Talent

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Global talent has never been more mobile. Countries are designing policies and programmes to attract talented people. Many of these countries are also encouraging the return of skilled nationals who are working abroad. All are persuaded of the positive contributions skilled people can make to their development progress and sustainable growth. How can Greece be among the winners of the global talent race?


- Athens as a Base for Global Financial Services
- Engaging & Attracting Digital Migrants
- Government Strategies to Attract R&D-Intensive FDI
- Brain Gain & Brain Sustain
- Growth Through Culture and Creative Industries (CCIs)
- Broadening "Tourism": Include Nondoms, Silver Tourism, Golden Visa

Confirmed Speakers

- Alex Patelis, Chief Economic Adviser to Greece's Prime Minister
- Harry Theoharis, Minister of Tourism
- Christos Dimas, Deputy Minister of Development & Investments for Research & Innovation
- Nicholas Yatromanolakis, Deputy Minister for Modern Culture
- Athina Kalyva, Secretary General for Tax Policy and Public Property, Ministry of Finance
- Charalampos Bakolias, Director & General Manager, Ansys Hellas
- Vasilis Danias, General Manager, Beat
- Thodoris Georgakopoulos, Editorial Director, diaNEOsis
- Goncalo Hall, Co-Founder, Remote Work Movement Podcast
- Dimitris Koutsopoulos, CEO, Deloitte Greece
- Theodosis Michalopoulos, CEO, Microsoft Greece, Cyprus & Malta
- Byron Nicolaides, Chairman & CEO, PeopleCert; President, CEPIS
- David Williams, Co-Founder & CEO, Nomadx
Working Language: Greek


Tuesday, February 23, 2021 12:00 PM