The CIM Summit returns on the 6th of April for the 16th consecutive year

In a time of technological advances, cultural changes and unprecedented global challenges, businesses are expected- with absolute flexibility- not just to survive but to thrive through change.

The CIM Summit 2024 will have as its theme, The Future of Business: Adapting to a Changing Landscape. It will take place on Saturday, 6 of April at 08.30am at the Bank of Cyprus Corporate Headquarters (Ayia Paraskevi) in Nicosia. Renowned speakers will elaborate on strategies that guarantee success and which are today undergoing a transformative shift, forcing businesses to reassess, adapt, and innovate. The future of businesses nowadays depends on their leaders, who need to understand this changing landscape as well as study the factors that influence global and local economies. The Summit will host world-renowned academics from Europe’s leading Business Schools and acclaimed executives, who will share their knowledge with the Summit’s attendees, representing the leading companies of Cyprus.

The Minister of Finance, Makis Keravnos, will address the Summit on behalf of H.E. the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Nikos Christodoulides. The CIM-Cyprus Business School CEO, Yangos Hadjiyannis, will also address the Summit. The CIM Summit’s speakers, Casidhe Troyer, Sue Dopson, Trudi Lang and David Stillwell, will elaborate on and discuss topics such as the rise of index funds and corporate R&D as well as economy’s modern trends and important parameters. In addition, they will refer to leadership topics and elaborate on how leaders can make a difference. Strategy, reorganisation and modernisation will also dominate the Summit’s agenda whereas the keynote speakers will attempt to predict the future of business through brainstorming and panel discussion.


The CIM Summit 2024 is addressed to Business Executives, Senior Government Officials, Marketing Managers, Human Resource Managers, Sales Managers, Production Managers, Logistics Managers, Brand Managers, and any other executives who would like to be informed on the latest trends in business.


For more information and registrations, click here.

Organiser: CIM-Cyprus Business School, Platinum Sponsor: Green Energy Group Gold Sponsor: NetU, Unicars Silver Sponsors: Alphamega Hypermarkets, Cablenet, C.A.PAPAELLINAS Group, Gan Direct, Iron Mountain Cyprus Ltd, McDonald’s, Energame, Philip Morris Bronze Sponsors: Cyfield Group, Gloria Jeans, KEAN, KPMG, MetLife, Payabl, Paul, Spyros Vassiliou & Associates LLC, Remedica, TBWA Entelia, Tototheo, Zorbas Group Supporters: Cyprus Forum, Landas Colour, LightBlack, Panayiotides Gifts and Textiles, Photos Photiades Group, Special Partner: Bank of Cyprus Coordinator: IMH

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