President, V+O Communication

Τhomas Varvitsiotis is the President and co-founder of V+O COMMUNICATION.

He was born in Athens in 1972 and he graduated from the Athens College in 1989.

He studied International Relations and History at the Boston University, where he graduated with a distinction (cum laude). He also holds a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts University; his postgraduate thesis was on the “Geopolitics of oil at the Caspian Sea”.

In 2000, he founded together with Yiannis Olympios V+O COMMUNICATION, which is today the biggest communications and public relations agency in Southeastern Europe, with offices in 6 countries, more than 100 employees and 90 active clients.

In the past he has served as a communications consultant in key companies both in Greece and in the US. He has also been the publisher of the monthly international affairs magazine “EMPHASIS” and a journalist at a major Greek Daily Political Newspaper “”Eleftheros Typos”.

Thomas Varvitsiotis has more than 18 years of experience in the field of communications. He has handled in terms of strategic consulting, a large number of companies and organizations both in the private and the public sector, while he has consulted some of the most important politicians and businessmen in all the countries of Southeastern Europe.

He is also serving as President of the Fletcher Club of Greece, as well as Vice-President of the Lambropoulos Foundation (charitable foundation).

He has published articles and studies while he has edited, the 1997 publication entitled “The future of southeastern Europe (SIDERIS Publishing House).

He is fluent both in English & French.