Andreas A. Antoniades appointed Secretary-Director of Nicosia Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Andreas A. Antoniades has been appointed Secretary-Director at the Nicosia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, its Board of Directors announced.

His appointment was ratified by the Board on 8 May and is effective as of 18 May.

Antoniades joined the Chamber back in 2000 and was appointed Director of Industry in 2004. In 2022 he took over as Deputy Secretary of the Nicosia chamber.

He has vast experience in matters of Industry and Industrial Policy, Entrepreneurship, Regional Development and European policies. He has also worked on energy policy, research and innovation, entrepreneurship and extroversion. He participates in committees and working groups within and outside of the Chamber as well as abroad. He has organised official visits to the European Commission in Brussels and educational missions to a number of European cities. He holds a degree in Business Administration as well as a master’s degree (MBΑ International Business).

Andreas Antoniades is replacing retired Secretary-Director Socrates Heracleous, who the Board of Directors has thanked for serving the Nicosia Chamber with dedication and efficiency for almost 40 years.

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