This year the Digitized conference is hosted in the iconic American College of Greece whereas the workshops and networking events are spread around the Athens city centre.
Pierce Theater – The American College of Greece
Founded in Smyrna, Asia Minor, in 1875, by missionaries from Boston, Massachusetts, The American College of Greece is the oldest and largest US accredited college or university in Europe. For over 140 years, ACG has been offering transformative education and cultivating a fertile intellectual and cultural collaboration between Greece and the United States. Pierce Theatre seats more than 700 attendees and often hosts conferences, theatrical performances, concerts, talks and various discussions.
Alba Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece
ALBA was founded in 1992, through a joint initiative of the Federation of Greek Industries, the leading Employers' Union in Greece, and the Hellenic Management Association. In 1995, the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry joined in to become the third collective body of Greek businesses under whose auspices ALBA now operates. Since the end of 2011, Alba Graduate Business School and The American College of Greece (ACG) have formed a strategic alliance aiming to create a top international educational institution in Greece.
Found.ation is a leading technology and innovation enabling platform in SE Europe, acting as a startup hub, a digital transformation accelerator for corporations and a tech education hive. Originally established in 2011 as one of the first co-working spaces in SE Europe, Found.ation has since developed to a fully-fledged consultant for the evolving business world in the new technologically driven reality.
BIOS is the center for today’s art and multi-media in Athens, incorporating various functions; exhibitions, screenings, theatre performances, music concerts, educational programs and symposia. Through continuous activity in recent years, BIOS has contributed to the creation, expression and development of new ideas and it is now an acknowledged nodal point of cultural communication.