Startup Europe Week Crete 2017
Startup Europe Week Crete is being organised for the second time this February, 2017.
This time, SEW Crete will be hosted in three different cities; Chania (Feb. 3), Heraklion (Feb. 7) and Rethymnon (Feb. 10). Each city will be featuring a different line-up of speakers, such as entrepreneurs, startuppers, venture capitalists, business angels, business lawyers, incubator and accelerator heads, as well as university and local institution representatives.
Startup Europe Week is a European Commission initiative, taking place in over 200 locations around Europe. In Crete SEW is being organised by the local Youth Entrepreneurship Club.
I will be joining again SEW Crete for the Chania and Heraklion events as a moderator in a couple of discussion round-tables.
Confirmed speakers also include Mindspace’s Dimitris Dimosiaris, e-Business Law’s Penny Kontogeorgou, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas’ Giouli Papapostolou and Artemis Saitakis, MIT Enterprise Forum Greece’s Konstantinos Michanetzis, National Bank of Greece’s Spyros Arsenis, Action Finance Initiative’s Mariza Antonopoulou, PMI’s Andreas Zarkas, tourismart’s Magy Kontou, OpenIchnos’ George Koutras, learnworld’s Fanis Despotakis, Technical University of Crete’s Heinz Kabutz and Panagiotis Partsinevelos, DySIS-Medical’s Costas Balas, owiwi’s Athina Polina Dova, ethelon's Kostapanos Miliaresis, Hellenic Entrepreneurship Award’s Alexandros Nousias, The People’s Trust’s Paul Kidner, Blue Growth’s Nikos Dimakis, Sunnyclist’s Manolis Tsikandylakis, AbZroba Games’ Manos Moschous, Best Price’s Giorgos Papadakis, Chania Chamber of Commerce’s Giannis Margaronis, Rethymnon Chamber of Commerce’s Manolis Psaroudakis, Heraklion Chamber of Commerce’s Manolis Alifierakis, Municipality of Chania’s Michalis Artemakis, Municipality of Rethymnon’s Pepi Pirpilaki, Municipality of Heraklion’s Petros Iniotakis, Europedirect Greece’s Nikos Moraitakis, Heraklion Camber of Commerce and Industry’s Panagiotis Kallianis, TEI of Crete’s Georgios Xanthos, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania’s Dimitris Niklis, Kathimerini’s Stratos Karakasidis, Fortune Greece's Maria Akrivou, To Potami’s Maria Damanaki, Party of European Socialists’ Thodoris Douloumpekis, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe’s Despina Limniotaki and more.