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Microsoft Envision Greece

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Microsoft Envision reveals the insights and highlights the trends that shape Greece’s digital transformational journey.

Join us to watch elite policy makers, opinion shapers and business leaders engage in insightful discussions and reflect on how recent digital acceleration, in both the public and private sectors, has created new prospects and opened up new digital highways that the country should further explore in order to realize its full growth potential. Learn how investments in modern infrastructure and digital upskilling can improve the prospects of people, business and communities in Greece. Also, learn how challenges such as cybersecurity and megatrends such as sustainability redefine the context of digitization for business, organizations and societies.

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The pandemic has accelerated Greece’s digital transformation, as manifested in, among others, the rapid increase of online transactions with the public administration that exceeded the 300m in 2021. With life and business gradually returning to their previous normal, the need to sustain the rapid pace of digitization and make the leap to a future of digital optimism remains as important and relevant as ever.


Theodosis Michalopoulos
CEO Microsoft Greece, Cyprus and Malta


Kyriakos Pierrakakis
Minister of Digital Governance of Greece


Christos Megalou
Chief Executive Officer, Piraeus Bank S.A

  Stathis Kalivas
Gladstone Professor of Government, Oxford University; Member of the "Greece 2021" Committee's Plenary Assembly




Pavlos Tsimas
Journalist, SKAI/Ta NEA


Recent far-reaching cyber breaches have undermined trust in digital growth and elevated cybersecurity as a strategic business issue. Addressing cybersecurity challenges will require broad partnerships among industries, business leaders, regulators and policymakers as, just like any other strategic societal challenge, cybersecurity cannot be addressed in silos.


Cyril Voisin
EMEA Leader, Chief Security Advisors, Microsoft


Panagiotis Papagiannakopoulos
EY Partner, Technology Consulting, EY South East Europe Cybersecurity Leader, Microsoft Alliance Leader in Greece


John Tzanos
Group Corporate Security Officer & Chief Information Security Officer, Eurobank


Robert Goglis
Information Security Officer, Alpha Bank Group

Georgia Lykou
PhD Researcher, Infosec Lab, AUEB


Tasos Zachos
Editor in Chief, Fortune Greece


Sustainability is not just a megatrend, It is a necessity, a modern world blueprint for growth that doesn’t happen at the expense of the environment, nor does it undermine social cohesion. Sustainability needs business commitment to innovation. Yet business must address an urgent twofold imperative: to make technology itself more sustainable but also use technology to become more sustainable.


Andrew Quinn
Global Sustainability Specialist Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Microsoft


Thodoris Livanios
Deputy Minister of Digital Governance of Greece


Achilleas Ioakimides
Sustainability Director, PPC S.A


Phoebe Kountouri
Professor and Director of Research laboratory on Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability (ReSEES), Athens University of Economics and Business


Alexandros Katsiamboulas
Group Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Performance Director, Titan Cement Group


Niki Lyberaki
Journalist, News Anchor, Mega TV