For my 9th review/commentary on entrepreneurship-related books, I chose a book I’ve been wanting to get my hands on for quite some time. It’s on “The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas (with pictures)” by Dan Roam, who also founded the Napkin Academy (how cool is this name?). I have always considered myself… Read More Book Review: The Back of the Napkin
One of my greatest passions of all is writing. Writing about nothing and about everything. Having attempted already to write 2 or 3 books, having 3-4 blogs already, it’s needless to say that when the proposal came during September 2012 to start writing in a students’ magazine, I jumped to the opportunity! Chill Out is… Read More Chillout Students’ Magazine
I have been using Slideshare for quite some time now. My oldest upload is back from November 2009! I have been using it on and off for the past 5 years or so, uploading some slides here and there, checking out my stats once in a while. Not having checked it out recently, when I… Read More My Slideshare – Didn’t see that coming…
Leaving Agro-Know some months ago, a really interesting prospect came up in my professional life! It was the chance to work in the Computer Technology Institute & Press “Diophantus” (CTI). I was working with CTI, already from late 2011, as an external expert on metadata in the Photodentro project. After leaving AK, I continued working on Photodentro, part time, till… Read More Computer Technology Institute & Press “Diophantus” (CTI)
Looking at my dropbox folder the other day, I realized that I have collected and read some of the major publications on startups. Thinking about it, I realized that I could probably offer some insight to people that are looking into this subject, so I went ahead and prepared a short paragraph for some of… Read More Few books on startups reviewed
It’s been 5 years since I started working on my PhD… It was January 2009 when the first experiment took place in Alcala de Henares, Spain, during an Organic.Edunet project meeting, in sala 3M. Five years later, on February 21st, 2014 I was called upon to defend my work during these five years as a… Read More The end of the road (?) PhD… defended!
Having completed my studies in the Athens University of Economics and Business, I found myself working part-time in the AXON private schools and more specifically in the branches of Gyzi and Pagrati. For more information on this, see the related blog post here! During this time, I was introduced to Dr. Nikos Manouselis, and met with… Read More Agricultural University of Athens era…