One of the world’s most successful businessmen, George Logothetis, was interviewed by Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous on the sidelines of the recently concluded Concordia Summit in New York City. Concordia brought together some of the world’s most important business, political and non profit leaders to discuss ways the public and private sector can work together to solve global problems.
Concordia is part of the large social corporate responsibility program of the Libra Group, an international conglomerate run by Logothetis that operates in dozens of countries throughout the world in shipping, real estate, aviation, renewable energy, hospitality and other areas.
Libra Group has taken numerous actions to help today’s youth find meaningful employment. The New York based international business group offers 100 internships annually to college undergraduates from around the world. Interns get to work for six months in one of the Libra Group subsidiaries globally. The internship was launched several years ago w=in cooperation with the Greek America Foundation and has now expanded to include partners, including The White House.
On the Greek crisis and Libra’s operations in Greece, in general, Logothetis was pointed in his company’s continued support for Greece. “We are believers in Greece,” Logothetis said in the interview, which can be seen in its entirety below.