Events & Seminars

Open event on February 5th - Cultural Hubs : Lessons on Resilience

5 of February 2014
RSVP [email protected] Telephone info: +30 210 8964531-8
17:30-19:30 ALBA premises (6-8 Xenias str., Mavili Square)

The ALBA ‘unusual’ Series

Cultural Hubs : Lessons on Resilience


On the occasion of the Day of Literature , ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece launches a new series of open events , lectures and discussions on broader social and cultural issues (philosophy , sociology , history , arts) . The title of the series is "The ALBA unusual Series". The themes addressed emphasize a humanities’ approach and have a direct or indirect relation to issues affecting the business world, providing this way the platform and the opportunity for the exchange of ideas between the humanities and business

The first event of the series , entitled Cultural Hubs : Lessons on Resilience will take place on February 5, 2014 , 17.30-19.30 .

Five cultural organizations will share their creative paths,  and their stories on  innovation and resilience . They will also explain different aspects of creativity by describing the difficulties encountered so far and the positive results of their effort .

Members of the panel:

  • Antonia Arachova , Deputy General Director, National Library of Greece
  • Anna Maria Kosmoglou, Program Officer, Stavros Niarchos Foundation .
  • Nicholas Kontoprias , General Manager - Representative Herakleidon Museum
  • Haris Siampanis, Chief Financial & Operating Officer, Benaki Museum
  • Sophia Charokopou , Head of Development , Foundation of the Hellenic World

Panel Coordination:

  • Babis Mainemelis , Ph.D, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, ALBA Graduate Business School

Venue : Auditorium of the ALBA Graduate Business School at the American College of Greece, Xenia 6-8, Athens

The event will be  in Greek and is open to the public.


17.30-17.45: Arrivals

17.45-18.00: welcome

18.00-19.00: Panel discussion

19.00-19.15:  Open Discussion

19.15-19.30: Networking



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