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Published on Sep 30, 2014
Every year, the Concordia Summit brings together public-private sector leaders to discuss and build opportunities for public-private partnerships to global challenges. This year marks the fourth year of the annual Concordia Summit, which has since expanded to tackle many diverse issues through the lens of building P3s in order to foster tangible and scalable solutions. One of the many lessons learned through this process has been that true leadership, whether on the part of the public or the private sector, is derived from the ability to partner and create productive collaborations. The founding member and co-chair of Concordia’s Leadership Council, George M. Logothetis, has shown this dedication and style of leadership throughout the span of his career. Whether it is partnering with the White House’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative or supporting rising entrepreneurs in his native Greece through innovative study abroad and mentorship programs, Mr. Logothetis has demonstrated through action that true change is created through collaboration. This session will draw on Mr. Logothetis’ personal story and experiences working to scale solutions through partnerships and will inspire attendees to leverage their assets combined assets to build a more sustainable and just world.
George M. Logothetis Chairman & CEO of the Libra Group