Argyro Ioannidou

She has recently completed her postgraduate studies at the Sorbonne School of Law (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne) and her thesis is entitled “The Protection of the Right to Privacy in the World of Online Payments”. At the same time, she has gained relevant work experience in Paris. Argyro Ioannidou now works as a lawyer and legal advisor in a law firm in Athens specialised in Technology Law and Open Data Law. She has attended Investment Law and World Trade Organization Law courses at the University of Aberdeen. At the same time, throughout her academic studies, she was actively involved as a member of plenty of voluntary organizations.


Stelios Karageorgis

Stelios graduated with a Master’s Degree in “Modern and Contemporary Greek and European History” from the University of Neapolis Paphos and from the Department of Business Administration of the University of Piraeus. He has received training in the management of shipping companies, and in the relations between Hellenism and the West. His research interests focus on Greek and European History of the 19th and 20th centuries, political communication and mass media in modern Greek and European History. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the History Department and columnist,


Manolia Bourou

Regional Logistics Manager at the company DS SMITH Hellas S.A., with more than 14 years of experience in international transport, supply chain and sustainability of product transport, of which 8 years abroad. In my current role, I manage the road transport and optimization of the storage network for Eastern Europe and specifically in 17 countries of the group. As a finished goods Logistics team leader at the Nespresso company, I managed road, sea and air transport worldwide, as well as the international global warehouse with a capacity of 8,000 pallets and finally a budget of 50 million for all of the above. During the above years, I have managed many projects, one of which I have submitted to the European Commission (Marco Polo, modal shift category), obtaining funding.


Dimitris Frossinis

Dimitris Frossinis is a researcher and creator of innovative companies and digital platforms. He has also participated in numerous European-funded programs. His expertise is in modern and innovative digital areas, Augmented Reality (AR) technology in both tourism and shipping industries.



Market Analysis & Consumer Behavior Laboratory (AGORA)”, which belongs to the Department of Business Administration of the Athens University of Economics and Business.


Athens University of Economics and Business
(Evelpidon building)
47A Evelpidon and 33 Lefkados 
113 62 Athens, GREECE

Office: 101-102 (1 floor)

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