Greeks in Tech LIVE – Κυριακή 26 Απριλίου !!!

    Από: Startup Team

In our quest to bring Greek entrepreneurs and technologists together, there’s never been a more opportune time. We have been organizing networking events across Europe and the US, from Athens to Silicon Valley. Today, location has become irrelevant – we all are equally close to each other, and our community shall follow suit.

This is our first event bringing the global Greeks in Tech community together.

An all-star line-up of Greek founders from across the globe will be sharing their stories and vision for the future.

If you are a Greek, loving startups and working in tech, tune in and come join us to chat with old friends and make new ones, no matter where you are!

Date: Sunday, April 26
Time: 8pm Athens / 6pm London / 1pm New York / 10am San Francisco
Registration: Free and open for everyone
RSVP also on LinkedIn to see attendee resumes and network:


– Intro by hosts / A new era of opportunity for Greeks in Tech

– {Limassol} Panos Siozos, founder, Learnworlds ( Learnworlds helps you create and sell online courses from your own website. Its 40-people fully-remote team across Cyprus and Greece currently serves more than 1500 online academies worldwide.

– {Thessaloniki} Nick Papanotas, founder, Geekbot ( Geekbot helps teams run asynchronous stand-ups over Slack; a bootstrapped startup, it empowers thousands of customers to perform remotely, including some of the biggest names out there.

– {Athens} Costa Tsaousis, founder, Netdata ( Netdata delivers the next generation of distributed server monitoring. Its open source tool counts 46k Github stars and 2.5m users; the company has raised $21m from Bain and Marathon.

– {Berlin} Eleftherios Diakomichalis, cofounder, Radicle ( Radicle is developing a secure peer-to-peer code collaboration platform without intermediaries, i.e. a decentralized alternative to Github.

– {New York} Nicky Goulimis, cofounder, Nova Credit ( Nova Credit enables immigrants to access capital to realize their potential, and has raised $70m in total from investors such as Index Ventures and General Catalyst.

– {Chicago} Steven Galanis, founder, Cameo ( Cameo, a marketplace where fans can book personalized video shoutouts from their favorite people, has raised $65m to date from the likes of Lightspeed and Kleiner Perkins.

– {Chicago} George Bousis, founder, Raise ( Raise enables third-party sellers to sell new or used gift cards on a fixed-price online marketplace; the company has, well, raised $147m from the likes of Accel, Bessemer and NEA.

– {San Francisco} Constantinos Venetsanopoulos, founder, Arrikto ( Arrikto is building decentralized storage for the cloud-native world, and is a core contributor to Kubeflow, working together with the likes of Google, Microsoft, Cisco and IBM.

– Outro / Keep the conversation going

Further reading

– The ultimate guide on how to sell online courses by Learnworlds:
– Why Zapier replaced its standups with a (Geekbot) robot:
– Redefining monitoring with Netdata, and how it came to be:
– Radicle, towards decentralized code collaboration:
– Cameo and modern celebrity:
– Nova Credit expands credit reports across borders:
– Arrikto empowers Kubeflow, providing cloud-native ML for everyone:

Speakers bios
– Panos Siozos:
– Nick Papanotas:
– Costa Tsaousis:
– Eleftherios Diakomichalis:
– Nicky Goulimis:
– Steven Galanis:
– George Bousis:
– Constantinos Venetsanopoulos: