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Speaking: Trond Arne Undheim
- Alexandros Lamnidis, Executive Director,
American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, Greece
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Alexandros Lamnidis, Executive Director
American Hellenic Institute
Ambassador to Greece Thomas J. Miller; Greek Foreign Minister George Papandreou; Dimitris Avramopoulos, Mayor of Athens; Yannos Papantoniou, Minister of National Defense; Christos Pahtas, Deputy Minister of National Economy; Ioannis Magriotis, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; Dionyssis S. Gangas, General Manager of the International Relations Division for the Athens 2004 Organizing Committee (ATHOC); Alexandros Lamnidis, Executive Director for the American Hellenic Chamber of Commerce; and Theodoros Karatzas, Governor of the National Bank of Greece.
Business Council for International Understanding
Introduction of Opening Speaker by Alexandros Lamnidis, Executive DirectorAmerican-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce
...Alexandros K. Lamnidis, American-Hellenic Chamber of CommerceMr. Lamnidis is the Executive Director of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.Prior to his current position, he was the President of the Trekking Hellas Group.He has also worked as the Human Resources & Franchising Director for McDonalds Hellas Corporation, the Administration Manager of the Aventis Group, and the Assistant Human Resources Manager of Nestle Hellas Corporation.In 2001, Mr. Lamnidis served as the Founding Member and President of the Franchising Association of Greece.He was also a Founding Member and Vice President of the Hellenic Quality Forum.Mr. Lamnidis'
other memberships include the Association of Personnel Managers
, the Economic Chamber of Greece, the American Society for Quality Control, and the Hellenic Management Association
Arbiter Online - Greece promises safe Olympics, but delays may not
"I personally feel that Athens will be the most secure place in the world during the 2004 Olympics," said Alexandros Lamnides, executive director of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.He
noted that Greece is spending more than three times what was spent at the last summer games, in Sydney, Australia, four years ago.