“RAISING THE STAKES: TAKING A GREEK PRIVATE COMPANY PUBLICIN THE INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MARKETS ”
an interactive case study
Konstantinos Korletis, Chief Executive Officer, Internetq
Maja Lapcevic, Corporate Affairs Officer, Internetq
Friday May 6 2011, 18:00-20:00
7th Level Auditorium
DEREE-The American College of Greece
Aghia Paraskevi Campus- 6 Gravias Street
To reserve your place, please contact Ms Maria Kritikou
via email: email@example.com or telephone: 210 6009800 ext. 1210
Konstantinos Korletis joined the Internetq Group as a non-executive in 2008 and assumed his current role as CEOin 2010. He holds a BSc in Business Administration from DEREE- The American College of Greece and an MBAfrom the Stern School of Business, New York University. He has previously served as Vice President of Citigroup’sCorporate Finance Division in Greece, Chief Financial Officer at AGP, a major industrial group, and General Managerof Liberis Media, the leading consumer magazine publisher and radio operator in Greece. Konstantinos hasmanaged companies ranging from 500 to 2,000 employees in size and turnover from 75 million to 250 millionEuros. Furthermore, he has worked in public companies and has managed several M&A transactions, capitalraising initiatives such as IPO’s, delistings and business and operational re-organizations.
Maja Lapcevic joined in 2010 to head the Corporate Affairs function of Internetq. She is experienced in the field ofbrand management, advertising and business diplomacy and has worked on a project basis in 42 countries aroundthe world, acting as an independent advisor to governments, corporations and organizations leading successfulglobal and country-centric brand management campaigns. Maja holds joint BAs in Government and Economicswith a concentration in International Affairs from Georgetown University.