Michalis Persianis has been Corporate Affairs Director at Bank of Cyprus since 2015.
Michalis worked as a correspondent for the Wall Street Journal/Dow Jones from 2011 to 2014, and as Chief Editor for Finance at Kathimerini newspaper (Cyprus edition) from 2009 to 2014. From 2005 to 2009 he was Head of Research (Presidential campaign) and Parliamentary staffer (European Parliament) for Mr Ioannis Kasoulides.
Michalis also worked as an analyst for the Institute of World Politics (2005), and provided political support to George Vassiliou, the Chief Negotiator for Cyprus' accession to the European Union.
Michalis sits on the Board of Directors of the Bank of Cyprus Oncology Centre and on the Board of Directors of the BoC Cultural Foundation.
He earned his BA in Political Science from Rutgers University, New Jersey, in 2002, and went on to earn an MA in International Economics and European Studies from John Hopkins University in 2005.
3rd Digital Agenda Cyprus Summit 2020
The 3rd Digital Agenda Cyprus Summit 2020 aims to highlight and discuss the prevalent issues of our time whilst examining the increased need for specialised knowledge in our rapidly changing world.
The conference will cover presentations and discussions on various topics, such as the management of consumer behaviour after the "Coronavirus Era", "Education on the brink", the emergence of the "Black Lives Matter" movement and how corporate ethos is now changing. We will also be addressing the influence of Social Media on democracy and the build-up and spread of conspiracy theories (e.g. 5G). Health once again will play a central role, with a debate revolving around research on the impact of steroids. Finally, the issue of Europe's handling of the pandemic will also be a topic of conversation.
The conference will be held entirely online, with high profile participants of the global and regional scene belonging to the field of technology, corporate ethics, research and innovation, consumer behaviour and much more.
Digital Agenda Cyprus Summit is a reality thanks to the support of Cyta, Bank of Cyprus, Deloitte, and LOGICOM. Participants will be the most important educational institutions of the country: University of Nicosia, European University Cyprus, Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics, Frederick University.
For more information, you may visit the webpage at www.digitalagendacy.com