Sofia Georgiadi is the General Secretary of the branch of the Hellenic Institute of Cultural Diplomacy in the Netherlands.
Mrs. Georgiadi was born and raised in Corinth. She studied at the Law School of the University of Athens where she was awarded a law degree. She continued her postgraduate studies at the University of Bristol in United Kingdom, where she was awarded a master's degree in Commercial Law and Intellectual Property Law.
After concluding her studies in 2012, she worked as an associate lawyer in Athens Law Firms and as a Legal Advisor in a legal department of a Fintech company. At the same time, she has attended workshops and conferences of legal interest on Intellectual Property. Her articles on entrepreneurship and intellectual property rights have been featured in many online publications and websites. She participated as a Speaker in the 1st Trademark Conference (ESIMET), for the fight against counterfeiting in Greece and in the 2nd ESIMET Conference on "The Protection of Intellectual and Industrial Property on the Internet - E-Commerce: The Challenge".
She specializes Commercial, Corporate Law and Intellectual Property Law, offering legal support to start-ups in Greece and abroad. Since 2019 she manages a law office in Myrina of Lemnos, where she works for the promotion abroad of local small and medium enterprises and agricultural products with special interest and love for local cultural elements and products. At the same time, she is a visiting lecturer at the Public Vocational School of Lemnos in courses of legal protection of cultural heritage.
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