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Synergies with KCL-QMS MTC, ΩΡΑ ΓΙΑ ΔΡΑΣΗ, ALUMNI HUB, "Let's doit Greece", ECOMASYN

ACTIVE SYNERGIES:

  • GEORGETOWN ALUMNI CLUB (Yanna Pavlopoulou as GU ALUMNI Regional Contact)
  • ALUMNI HUB

ALUMNI HUB (www.alumni hub.gr) is an informal network / platform between University Alumni -foreign University graduates- based in Greece. HUB fellows are mainly Greek nationals, who have successfully graduated after at least one academic year in a highly recognized university abroad (in UK, USA, Switzerland, France, Italy, Germany). Therefore in the ALUMNI HUB Organizing Team, each University is “represented” by Alumni Club Board members, or Ambassadors or just alumni/ae willing to act as Volunteer CONTACT PERSONS. A University Alumni Club may already have or be in the process to have a legal personality/ or operate as an informal association / or community volunteers. ALUMNI HUB aims to a) act as a cluster and facilitate the live and regular networking b) facilitate the co-organization of joint events for educational, social or recreational purposes and the exchange of information and ideas c) facilitate the communication of activities organized by member Alumni clubs & motivate all Alumni HUB members to join in. ALUMNI HUB is an informal synergy alumni/ae. Nowadays, more Clubs or alumni ambassadors joined the cluster and actively continue to set up events & joint initiatives as ALUMNI HUB, always open to mingle, exchange ideas & actively advance networking with as many as possible!!

  • ΩΡΑ ΓΙΑ ΔΡΑΣΗ, a youth activist environmental NGO.
  • QMS-KCL GROUP Maritime Training Center

Yanna Pavlopoulou, as Managing Partner of CommonLawgic (www.commonlawgic.org), a non profit Sustainability Research Institute and Network Platform, is happy to announce the launch of our close cooperation with Mrs. Popy Lyrintzis, LYRINTZIS KCL GROUP - QMS Maritime Training Center http://www.kclgroup.gr/ . We are from now on, kindly hosted at their excellent Training venue in Piraeus. Please also have a glance at the QMS Training Program on specialized Technical, Management, STCW Workshops and Seminars.

 Stay tuned on our forthcoming joint ventures!

Yanna Pavlopoulou and the team of CommonLawgic supported at a fully non-profit and voluntary basis the nationawide environmental cleanup campaign "Let's do it Greece" www.letsdoitgreece.org in 2013,  for the construction of the website and of the Disclaimer Legal Terms of the nationwide campaign. Yanna Pavlopoulou is a co-founding member of the Campaign Coordinating Team at a national scale since 2011.

  • ECOMASYN (inactive)

Yanna Pavlopoulou and the team of CommonLawgic supported at a fully non-profit and voluntary basis, the negotiation and establishment of ECOMASYN Non profit Cooperative as a functioning legal entity. ECOMASYN (www.ecomasyn.gr) is a marine cluster, legally formed as a non-profit synergy of ship retrofit related businesses, mainly based in Piraeus, assisting its members to provide integrated solutions to their clients. ECOMASYN aspires to create technology sharing schemes and benefit through cooperation; develop the retrofit/ship repair sector and advance relative services, through consultation, training and the support of class societies. Moreover, their main objective is to build trust to clients about the high level services that can be provided in Greece at a quality/cost/time effective way. Members’ services are within the spectrum of “Green Shipping”, focusing on Energy Efficiency through type approved systems of Scrubbers/emissions abatement, Ballast Water Treatment, LNG and Alternative Marine Fuels.  At this green «one stop shop» synergy, the customer could seek volunteer advice and information in an integrated way, in one place (Piraeus/Greece), from a variety of excellent service providers and products, on all services (research, deployment, advisory, training, quality assurance etc.).