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Stanton Chase Athens Office Welcomes New Advisory Committee

March 2020
Harris Pezoulas
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Experts Support Fast Growth in Greek Executive Search Market

The Stanton Chase Athens office is pleased to announce the development of an Advisory Committee. Since its establishment in 2002, the Athens office has experienced significant growth, resulting in the firm’s leading role in the executive search industry in the Greek market. With this context, strengthening the corporate governance practices in the company has become a top priority. “The development of the Advisory Committee is an essential move to further strengthen our already robust client services,” announced Harris Pezoulas, Managing Director in the Stanton Chase Athens office. “We are pleased to partner with these well-renowned industry leaders from the Greek community.”

The committee is comprised of three members ― industry leaders with high professional and ethical standards. They have been selected from different disciplines that align with services and growth plans at Stanton Chase.

“We are honored and grateful that Nikolaos, Georgios, and Theodoros, top leaders in their respective fields, have volunteered their time to support the firm in terms of gravitas and reputation,” added Mickey Matthews, Stanton Chase International Chairman.

Through the contributions and excellence of the Advisory Committee members, the Stanton Chase Athens office continues to sharpen its competitive edge in strategy imperatives, financial status, operational excellence, range of services, and market reputation.

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