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Dennis Kefalakos

Dennis Kefalakos is Editor in Chief & Co-Founder of the European Sting

Dennis is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of ‘The European Sting’. Before that he was the Editor-in-Chief of New Europe weekly newspaper, based also in Brussels where he worked for two years. Until June 2010 he was the managing editor of Naftemporiki, the Greek economic and business daily, where he worked for fifteen years. In the middle 1980s he started his journalistic carrier in the other major Greek economic daily, the Express. There he put together the bases of the modern business reporting in Greece until the mid-1990s.

He holds a Pre-doctorate degree, Diplome d’ Etudes Approfondies (D.E.A.), from the Université Paris – I, Panthéon-Sorbonne and an MSc degree in Economics, from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, University of London. His first degree in economics is from the Athens School of Economics and Commercial Sciences, with distinction. Dennis Kefalakos has been awarded two prizes for journalism, one for “Economic reporting” and another in “European Affairs Report”.

You can reach him any time at dennis.kefalakos@europeansting.com

                                                                                                                                  

Panos Katsampanis

Panos Katsampanis is Communications Manager & Co-Founder of the European Sting

A marketer in nature, an experienced media professional, scientist and entrepreneur in nurture Panos possesses a substantially high level of international work experience in several managerial marketing, communications and sales positions, from the United Nations to multinationals in automotive and construction industry, to EU Brussels media. Following his strong entrepreneurial instincts, he co-founded  the European Sting in 2013. The Sting was born to bring from scratch a unique dynamic start-up media outlet in the EU media market and give value to an underserved readership seeking for quality content.

Panos pursues an ongoing PhD media research in Political Psychology at King’s College London while already holds a Master of Science exploring human behaviour with cutting-edge research in Neuromarketing from University College London, graduated with Distinction, and a Bachelors in Marketing from Athens University of Economics and Business. He further speaks 7 languages and is particularly intrigued by the connotations of the word impossible.

He aspires and inspires people around him on better marketing and media practices.

You can reach him any time at panos.katsampanis@europeansting.com

 

                                                                                                                                      

Carlo Motta

Carlo Motta is the Business Editor of the European Sting

Carlo is the Business Editor of the “European Sting”, covering all major business reportage in the European Union with a critical and investigative spirit. Having extensive professional business experience in large multinational companies, Carlo has embarked on investigative journalism and analysis on business news and practices. He aspires a corporate social responsibility in the European Union of the highest possible caliber and quality.

The European Sting is featuring various business reportages by Carlo that have met outstanding readership throughout the EU. Targets of his critical writing have previously become FacebookQualcommGoogleIntelSamsungFIAT with substantial success. Further, Carlo has been a main business correspondent of the European Sting in top EU conferences like European Business Summit, Mobile World Congress and The Next Web conference. He looked after various Special Editions and reports for those conferences. Most importantly, he has been a major anchorman for the Sting in video interviews with Europe’s top political and business personalities, like Mr Swoboda, former President of European Socialists, Mr Robert Jan Smits, former Director General of the European Commission responsible for Innovation, Mr Tim Bennett, CEO of the Transatlantic Business Council on TTIP etc.

You can reach him any time at carlo.motta@europeansting.com

                                                                                                                                           

Chris Anyfantis

Chris Anyfantis is the Economics Editor of the European Sting

Chris is the Economics Editor of the political and economic European online newspaper “The European Sting” where he covers the economic reportage and edits the economic news that is included in the European agenda of the 28 member states. He has a broad international experience in finance and economics in major consultancy firms like Ernst and Young.

Chris holds an MSc degree in Financial Economics from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam where he mastered topics of the Financial and Investment world. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens with specialisation in Accounting and Finance.

You can reach him anytime at chris.anyfantis@europeansting.com

For a general inquiry you can always drop us a note at info@europeansting.com

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