“Maritime HR challenges in a world of changes”


Date: 2
8 September 2023
Time: 09:00-15:00
Venue:
Stavros Niarchos Cultural Centre

Recruitment and Crew wellbeing will be at the heart of the 1st CSN Greece Crewing Conference this year – outlining the impacts of recent global events within the industry and how the lives of crew members and their families have been affected by COVID-19. The conference will also welcome topics surrounding various developments within Maritime HR such as changes in regulations and policies, advancements in technology, and the strategies required for promoting and retaining a multicultural crew.

  • We are not alone: A perspective from other industries. Other industries are also in hard competition about the talent
  • Factors influencing Crew Welfare
  • The Future – Technology

The above and more, will be discussed at the 1st CSN Greece Crewing Conference “Maritime HR challenges in 2023”. The conferences is takingplace on 28th September in Athens at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre. The Athens event is under the auspices of the Propeller Club and supported by HELMEPA, WISTA Hellas and AMMITEC.

Save the date in your calendar for this promising conference “Maritime HR challenges in 2023” where together with key industry experts from industry bodies, shipowners, ship managers, airlines, traveling agencies, HR Recruitment agencies and Crewing companies etc. we will look at the operational aspects impacting the shipping sector. The conference brings together various key industry stake-holders including but not limited to: ship owners, ship managers and associated solution providers such as maritime technology providers, consultants and cross-cultural experts.

This is going to be the first event of CSN for Crewing in Athens and we would like to invite you to support the conference. There are still available sponsorships and some panellists slots and those interested please contact us at csn@cyprusshippingnews.com.

The Charity Sponsor is Mastermind Shipmanagement and the charity foundation ELEPAP. The attendance of the conference is free for all employees of shipping and shipping related organisations in Greece, but we welcome anyone who wants to contribute to the charity foundation by indicating it at the registration.

The programme of the Conference is uploaded and will updated in the following website:

1st CSN Greece Crewing Conference Athens 28 September

Looking forward to a very successful event in Athens.

Confirmed Speakers, Chair Person, Moderators, Panellists include:

  • Adonis Violaris, Managing Director – CSN
  • Henrik Jensen, CEO – Danica Crewing Specialist
  • Theophanis Theophanous, Managing Director – BSM Hellas
  • Eurico Ortiga, Senior Policy Advisor, Social & Legal Affairs – ECSA
  • Maria Skiathiti, Regional Director, Commercial Partner Lead, EMEA (Europe Middle East & Africa) – Microsoft
  • Cleo Papadopoulou, Partner/Chief Learning Officer – PwC
  • Eugen Adami, CEO – Mastermind Shipmanagement
  • Dr. Iliana Christodoulou Varotsi, Senior Legal Consultant and Lead Industry Trainer
  • Stella Kazamias, Group HR Manager – Interorient Shipmanagement
  • David Tropp Hag, Vice President, EMEA Sales – KVH
  • Popi De Pinto Moyseos, Director of Merchant Fleet – Oceanic
  • Konstantinos Galanakis, CEO – Elvictor Group
  • Kyriakos Hadjikyriakou, Managing Director – Oceanic
  • Dimitrios Fokas, Training Manager – Angelicoussis Shipping Group
  • Captain Theodore Lalas, Fleet Operations Manager – IRI/The Marshall Islands Registry
  • Andromachi Demetriou, 2nd Officer – Stena Line
  • Antonios Chasapis, General Manager – Minerva Ship Management
  • Konstantina Aravantinou, Sales Manager / Marine Power Sales – Wärtsilä Greece S.A.
  • Vasilios Lamaris, Manager, Decarbonization Modelling & Services, Sales Support & Development – Wärtsilä Greece S.A.
  • Nick Clarke, CEO – Greywing
  • Andreas Chrysostomou, CSO – Tototheo Maritime
  • Amalia Marcou, Crew Director /HR Manager – Enesel Dry S.A
  • Stella Violari, Editor – CSN

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