Technology addict, amateur photographer, coding newbie (trying to), business strategist, Chief Operating Officer at Exelia Technologies, Co-founder at Synups, Fellow and Regional Connector (Cyprus) of the Royal Society of Arts, Associate of King’s College London, Founder of the Cambridge University Venture Capital & Private Equity Club.
CEL in collaboration with StartupEurope and the European Commission invites you to a discussion regarding entrepreneurship in the EU and the opportunities available for Cyprus.
The event agenda includes:
Startup Europe: Opportunities and Funding (Startup Europe)
Youth Entrepreneurship in Europe (Cypriot Enterprise Link)
European Business Angels Network (CYBAN)
Clean Launchpad EU (Chrysalis Leap)Objective: To showcase how Europe can effectively help startups and also how Europe is connected in terms of entrepreneurship
I write this article from a personal standpoint and as a reply to all those good folks, who regard the entrepreneurial growth in Cyprus as slow moving. You see if you examine things at the macro level, you will come to realize that this little Mediterranean dot has made tremendous leaps in entrepreneurial development during the recent years, despite its economic meltdown and political turbulence.
A personal view on CEL's journey over time, its milestones and the most valuable lesson learned.
Nicosia October 3rd 2013: The Cyprus Business Angels Network (CYBAN) and the Cypriot Enterprise Link (CEL) today jointly announced a new affiliation between the two networks.
The Cypriot Enterprise Link is proud to have supported the first International Space Apps Challenge in Cyprus, which took place between April 20th and 21st at the Cyprus University of Technology in Limassol.
Note: The article was prepared for and published in the December issue of Legacy Magazine.
The success stories of Cypriot entrepreneurs are neither new nor something unordinary - Ranging from giants, such as Sir Stelios Hadjioannou to the younger generation of Xenios Thrasyvoulou, founder of PeoplePerHour, which currently runs on a $7.32 million venture funding (CrunchBase). Indeed, Cyprus has its fair share of talent - conquering the world, creating, innovating and leaving a legacy. But what about entrepreneurship at the local level – what happens within the Cypriot boundaries?