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Founder, Vice – President
Angelos Manglis is the founder and VP of ATLANTIS Consulting S.A. He holds an MSc in “Technical Change & Industrial Strategy” from PREST Institute of the University of Manchester and a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the Democrition University of Thrace. Throughout his long term experience counting over a 25 year time period engaging in RTD project management and his contribution to the formation of strategies for technology and business development, he has developed a portfolio of strong working relationships and contacts with many high-technology and IT companies, as well as policy makers globally. Honorary member in the HAMAC Association for contributing to the establishment of the Hellenic Mobile Cluster and the implementation of the HAMAC vision. He is the coordinator of MOBIP - “Mobile Services Innovation Platform” of E.U., which aims to support the competitiveness of high growth businesses in the mobile services sector. He is also the facilitator of Hellenic Mobile Cluster and the coordinator of the EMINVEST project funded by DG Enterprise and Industry which aims at developing the co-investment mechanisms and culture of VC in the mobile and mobility sector in Europe. Angelos speaks fluently English and French.
Panayiotou Charalambos holds a Masters degree in Meteorology and a BSc in Environmental Sciences. Mr Panayiotou has been managing Atlantis Consulting Cyprus ltd since 2000 and Envirochem Cyprus ltd since 2002.
Mr Panayiotou’s scientific experience lies mostly in the field of Environmental Management. Among others has participated in project development for environmental infrastructure including the securing project licences, preparation of technoeconomic studies and technology brokerage. Currently he is participating in project INNEON, funded by CIP, aiming to promote and accelerate funding of eco-innovative entrepreneurs, in which he is reposnsible for the identification and recruiting of ecoiinovative companies coaching for investor readiness and facilitating access to suitable investors in the regions of Cyprus and Greece. He is also participating in the EU funded project REMEB which concerns the development of ceramic MBR from waste materials, in which he is responsible for formulating the replication strategy for the proposed new technology.
Mr Panayiotou is a founding member of the Cyprus Association of environmental engineers and scientists. In the past he has been a representative of Cyprus to the EU COST program on the thematic of Meteorology.