We are an awarded, global Interactive Marketing Agency established in February 2013. We are based in London and Athens and we work for brands and companies worldwide. We design and build human-centered products. We make brands grow.

We are storytellers

we combine strategy with creativity and technology in order to create user centric brand experiences in real time and for real people.

We offer you

a 360-degree service that covers the entire spectrum of a brand’s existence across multiplatform digital channels.

Our mission

is to create world-class interactive experiences, empower audiences to connect and share in real time, and deliver measurable results through creative innovation.

We think, we create, we act globally

Our story in numbers


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Strategists, Marketers,

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Meet our team of experts

The combination of our different backgrounds and disciplines is among our key assets as we all share a valuable range of perspectives, which help push our thinking further.

Aigli Balamatsi
Managing Director/ Head of Strategy

An engineer at heart, she believes that the right mix of technology, creativity and strategy brings amazing results. She has extensive experience in Marketing and Communications having held the position of Director of Communication Strategy and New Media at the Prime Minister’s office, holding a seat at the Board of Directors of the GNTO (EOT) and serving as Head of its Communication and New Media Committee. Her career thus far includes running multi-million euronational and international campaigns for brands and organizations, working on the Internet and Interactive Media department, as well as, the HR Department at the OCOG Athens 2004 and much more. In 2013, she decided to channel her passion and knowledge and build a great team in a new endeavor, the digital branding and marketing agency, Interweave.

You are what you do, not what you say, .

An engineer at heart, she believes that the right mix of technology, creativity and strategy brings amazing results. She has extensive experience in Marketing and Communications having held the position of Director of Communication Strategy and New Media at the Prime Minister’s office, holding a seat at the Board of Directors of the GNTO (EOT) and serving as Head of its Communication and New Media Committee. Her career thus far includes running multi-million euronational and international campaigns for brands and organizations, working on the Internet and Interactive Media department, as well as, the HR Department at the OCOG Athens 2004 and much more. In 2013, she decided to channel her passion and knowledge and build a great team in a new endeavor, the digital branding and marketing agency, Interweave.

You are what you do, not what you say

Dimitra’s professional career has spanned over 3 decades in the Marketing and Management fields. She built her foundation at Procter & Gamble, where she reached the position of Marketing Manager Haircare & Cosmetics Greece.

Following her 8 year collaboration with P&G, Dimitra continued as the Marketing Director at IDV Metaxa, a global leader in the spirit industry.

Her marketing experience was also utilized by the Organizing Committee of the Athens 2004 Olympics, where she served as Communications Director.

After 15 years of leading positions at large corporations, Dimitra became Assistant Director of Added Value, a Strategic Marketing Consultancy Firm.

As a believer in new, innovative and dynamic teams, Dimitra joins the Interweave family and shares her knowledge and expertise in Marketing Strategy.

Ships are safe inside the harbor, but that's not what ships are for

Zeta is never tired of listening, observing and understanding. People and brands are on top of her investigation ‘play list’. After her studies in marketing, communication and political philosophy, she has engaged in conversations with hundreds of consumers and business stakeholders during her 15 years of work experience as market researcher. She has discovered insights and draw marketing and communication strategies (online / offline) for many product categories and brands (prominent among them; OTE, Novartis, Janssen-Cilag, Johnson & Johnson, Minerva, Coca Cola, Kallimanis, Visitgreece, Friesland, etc).

As a mix of “Sherlock Holmes” and Sun Tzu, she is skilled in analyzing meaning of human / consumer behavior, generating market insights and defining strategy and tactics for digital brand strategies and engaging campaigns.

She is a proud mama and highly trained to endure ‘painfully’ pressing and emergency conditions.

Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.

Sun Tzu

Elias is the resident online and social media expert, whose love of the medium makes him first-to-know of new trends and online campaigns. His ultimate talent is combining his deep knowledge of the tools with strategy. He developed his skills and team-leadership from a young age, participating in communications teams in big organizations, including a Greek governing party and the Hellenic Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change.

As the Internet Manager of the GNTO Communications & New Media Committee he led a team of Social Media administrators, bloggers and communication officers and was also in-charge of overseeing the Google Ad campaigns run by the GNTO. for global outreach.

His extensive knowledge of web architecture and social media functionalities, as well as, the principles of engagement in social trends, allowed him to look ahead and lead the GNTO in many number-one spots in global rankings regarding the organization’s social media presence.

Details matter, it's worth waiting to get it right.

Steve Jobs

Having graduated from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, where she studied Economics, Thalia has always been curious about new technologies in business. Therefore, after completing her Bachelor Degree, she continued her studies and received a Master’s Degree in Techno-economic Management of Digital Systems (University of Piraeus). It was then that her passion for Digital Marketing was born – and, ever since, she has been working in the Digital Media and Advertising sector.

Firmly believing that teamwork and collaboration are key to brilliant results, Thalia has gained valuable experience through her work as a digital media planner for multinational digital clientele consisted of companies in sectors such as FMCG, Pharmaceuticals, Hygiene, Insurance, Education – but also, as a member of Internet Sales and Client Service team (working on behalf of one of the greatest media publication groups in Greece).

Wishing to keep on learning new tips and tricks that would help her meet the requirements of an ever-changing world, she has discovered the charm of dancing  – a passion that led her to become a member of a dance team that guided her out of her comfort zone and introduced her to some of the most peculiar and exciting experiences one can have. Genuine life lover, she considers her pets as her weak spot and enjoys going on late night drinks with her friends – or staying in and binging on her favorite TV Series.

It is better to know how to learn than to know

Dr Seuss

Dimitris is a passionate Account Manager who blends academic studies in Marketing with hands-on experience in strategic analysis, sales and customer service. Adept at helping clients to achieve their marketing goals by providing solutions for future growth, he has worked on various FMCG projects focusing on expansion blueprints. Has a strong understanding of cultural and business norms, having worked in UK, Argentina and Greece. He believes that inspiration for great ideas can be found anywhere, especially in the most unlikely places. The key is to have the eyes and mind open.
He is a keen traveler with his favourite experience so far to be the wild and windswept Patagonia. Also a foodie with a very sweet tooth, he loves exploring new worlds through gastronomy.

Work hard in silence, let success make all the noise

Magda is a restless spirit in an interconnected world. She is fascinated by social media, and more specifically, with how they can serve social causes and support better living. In fact, she is pursuing a Phd on this issue alongside with graduate studies on informatics and management.

She has profound experience in communication, being a vital member of a very demanding political team during national elections in Greece. She can also run very complex projects, as she did in various government positions for many years, especially in the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Administrative Reform and E-Government. Magda is also a keen start-upper and she has helped with the organization and day-to-day operations of start-ups such as BigStash and Long Access.

A reformer by heart and a team-worker, she combines (Scorpion’s) passion with power and self-confidence. A great combination, don’t you think?

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands but seeing with new eyes.

Marcel Proust

Αs his title would suggest, Aris has always been passionate about innovation. From a very young age, he has been passionate about technology and curious to learn everything he could about whatever the fresh, new thing was. The bleeding edge, as some would call it.

Contemplating (and subsequently rejecting) potential careers in an expansive range of fields, -including stand up comedy- and following a very close brush with a career in programming, Aris ultimately decided to focus his studies on the fields of Business and Marketing.

Upon receiving his ΒSc in Business Administration from the American College of Greece, he decided to further expand upon his studies and travelled to Nottingham, where he pursued a Master’s Degree in Marketing.

His professional life started at Goody’s where he very quickly took on the position of Assistant Brand Manager, honing his skills in Digital Marketing and Social media strategy and putting them to practice. However, having been exposed to the world of advertising agencies from a young age, Aris ultimately decided to gravitate towards that universe, as to him, great agencies are instigators; made up of teams from all sorts of disciplines, they are the ones who are willing to walk on the precipice of that aforementioned bleeding edge, to bring innovation from theory to fruition, to make art that serves a purpose and achieves results.

Before joining Interweave, Aris held the position of Αccount Director at Publicis One, working with a diverse variety of clients, including Nestle, Heineken, P&G, Coca-Cola and LG, working on client care and growth, as well as the coordination of cross-functional teams. He joins us now with an additional title, that of Innovation Manager, bringing his insights and his outside-the-box perspective to the team.

If you don't give up, you still have a chance. Giving up is the greatest failure.

Jack Ma

Like what you see?

From the very early beginning of her life, Vera has been a genuine and constant enthusiast of the challenging but always exciting world of digital marketing.

Having studied Media and Communications in the University of Sussex, UK, that she earned her BA from, she has been kept busy in various environments such as tourism, culture and education – having, therefore, to boast a quite rich portfolio of projects to all the above sectors that involve different work posts, such as Social Media Ambassador at the University of Sussex, Digital Communications Manager at Hotel Dendrolivano Kefalonia, PR Assistant at Brighton Festival, etc.

A hard-working talent, Vera possesses several organisational and communication skills that come along with her own professional abilities and aspirations, that make a brilliant fit with Interweave’s UK based offices’s needs: effective-lists’ maker so as to effectively manage challenging projects; metrics driver marketer, so as to decode data and collect useful insights; storyteller, so as to create useful content for real people; driven team player, so as to inspire people that she works with.

Last but not least, Vera’s organisational and fun attitude is being proved even not at work, planning for her next weekend abroad (or travel experience). She is the epitome of a foodie shopaholic and her biggest guilty passions are fashion and fine chocolate

There is nothing impossible to the one who will try!

Margarita was born in Athens. Literature and Poetry have fascinated her since she was young, which led her to study Greek Literature in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. During her studies she worked for a governing party as an Associate at the Press and Media sector and later at the Prime Minister’s press office. Prompted by her interest and great passion for theatre, she decided to continue her studies in the field of Theatre and the Arts.

Margarita has a strong belief that the Arts can help people evolve and develop higher skills of communication, such as empathy and insight. As a member of the Interweave team, she enthusiastically takes up her assignments heads on, seeing them as an exciting opportunity to develop her skills in the digital communications universe.

Think out of the box

Μιchalis’ path always seemed predestined: even before the Internet was widely available in Greece, he always seemed to be able to find a way to access it through any means available. Like so many others, the brand new medium’s magic swept him away and paved the path for his current position.
A self-proclaimed UX/UI enthusiast, Michalis pursued a BΕng in Computer & Electronic Engineering at Manchester Metropolitan University and earned a MSc in Data Telecoms & Networks at the University of Salford. Upon returning to Greece, he initially started working as an IT engineer but soon found that the business side of the sector was where he really shined.
His career on the digital marketing field then, started at the λinakis digital agency where, as a project/account manager, he was responsible for clients like Olympic Air, Piraeus Bank and many more. Following that experience he moved on to ATCOM and became a PM on a lengthy, complex project for Aegean Airlines involving multinational partners. Before joining Interweave, he also made a stop at Mozaik digital agency where he managed clients like Costa Navarino, Three Cents and more.
His passion for Web drives him to continuously learn and adopt new technologies and concepts. His technical skills and experience (HTML, AJAX, CSS, C, C++. Java, MySQL etc.) help him address server and client side analysis, as well as design and development, covering the entire technical life cycle of a Web project using all modern Web technologies – making him a valuable asset to the Interweave team.
Along with his business and web acumen, Michalis also likes to hone his athletic skills by playing tennis, running and going to the gym. He’s also a mean cook and likes to hop islands in the summer in the company of his trusted doggy friend, Abby.

“I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.”

Og Mandino

Fay graduated from the department of European Economic and Political Studies in the University of Macedonia. She then moved onto a Master’s Degree in Public Administration specializing in EU Governance (University of Leiden, The Netherlands) which she has completed – yet.

She has worked in several key-positions in the public administration sector alongside significant political figures that starred in Greece’s political scene. Most noteworthy are her tenures as advisor to the General Secretary for Media, at the Ministry of Interior and before that, the communications department of a governing party.

Fay has a variety of skills that include politics, economics, public administration, campaigning, retail and waitressing. In Interweave she is the one and only Operations Manager, making sure pays are being made and contracts are getting signed.

War is the continuation of politics by other means

Carl von Clausewitz

Sissy graduated from Vakalo School of Arts and Design. She was lured into digital sorcery early on in her career, working at yellow net road and then on at OgilvyOne Worldwide Athens for ten years.

She has been a hard working digital “miner” digging into a wide range of projects or clients such as IKEA, OTE, DEI, Bacardi, Heineken, Vichy and Fage, from websites to corporate identity to display campaigns and mobile applications, crafting the imagery that gives life to user experiences. Her projects have been awarded withhave been awarded with a Lovie and People’s Lovie Award – for Best Website Design, FWA of the Day, Awwwards Site of the Day and Honorouble Mentions, Cssdesignawards Site of the Day and Special Kudos, Ermis and EBGE.

A pixel spatter analyst as she likes to call herself, she loves travelling, drinking cocktails, cooking, watching tv series and also keeps a diary of her pixels at lokoexe.com.

In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.

Abraham Lincoln

Kostis Sotirakos graduated from the Graphic Design Department of the Technological Educational Institute (TEI) in Athens, Greece. During that time, he spent an instructive year as an Erasmus student in the School of Visual Arts in Orleans, France. There he participated in several design workshops like Chaumont Poster Festival. Back in Athens, he worked for K2Design (2005) and Busybuilding (2007-2015). Now, he is teaching educational programs for children for the Onassis Cultural Center. Although it is hard to tutor young children, he is proud to be part of this process. His work has been recognized in several international poster design festivals. His working experience is based in visual identity, environmental graphics, packaging, branding, print, campaign, illustration and poster design. Kostis is passionate for traveling and seeks inspiration from all over the world. A trip to Tahiti he took by himself was one of the greatest experiences of his life.

Elena is a young designer who has recently graduated from Graphic Design Department of the Technological Educational Institute of Athens. A passionate believer in the idea that graphic design is more of an art than just a job, she loves working on crafting strong brands by using the principles of simplicity and functionality as well as the charm hidden in the minimalism of modern aesthetics.

Convinced that the superpower of a truly good designer is being up-to-date on all latest trends in style and technique, she is as romantic as she believes that hard work combined with genuine talent and an inspiring team is the key to creating small (branded!) miracles.

Curious enough to experiment with subversive design concepts, Elena is also fascinated by exploring new places, cultures and flavours through travelling all around the world. As a food enthusiast, she loves to cook but mostly to eat.

“Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people”

Leo Burnett

When Antigoni was very young, she had a dream. She dreamt of being a veterinarian, rescuing wild animals out in the savannah. Now that she’s older however, life brought her into a different kind of safari: the world of advertising and digital graphic design!
Wild animals notwithstanding, graphic design was an easy choice for Antigoni, seeing as she was mostly interested in creativity that serves a practical, strategic purpose. One of the most important parts of the work after all, and a big factor that played its part in drawing her in, was the ever-present challenge of combining a beautiful, artful result with functionality and practical purpose. After earning her BA in Graphic Design from Middlesex University, she immediately jumped into work and spent 3 and a half years in different agencies, honing her skills.
As a member of Interweave’s design team, Antigoni brings her own perspective to the creative table, designing digital experiences that are as beautiful as they are effective. Every day is a new challenge here at Interweave: after all, the digital advertising safari is a living, breathing ecosystem that is always changing and evolving– and we know Antigoni is more than up to the task!

Design is so simple, that’s why it’s so complicated.

Paul Rand

Growing up in the gorgeous island of Zakynthos, Dionisis had no shortage of inspiring images surrounding him at all times. Early in life, he found he had quite a knack at putting those images on paper and he discovered he really enjoyed sketching and designing landscapes, bringing them to life through his eyes.  The path forward, he knew, had to have something to do with design- but at what capacity? After a bit of soul-searching he decided that what he wanted to do most of all was to craft amazing interactive experiences for some of the biggest brands out there – and that’s what he’s setting out to do here at Interweave.
But we’re getting ahead of ourselves: before he joined us here in Athens, Dionysis had to leave his beautiful island behind to study Graphic Design at the Athens TEI. It was there he realized website design was a passion of his, as he considers it to be a dynamic, challenging field where not only are you going up against some of the world’s greatest innovators, you also have to seamlessly  marry creativity and skill to create one-of-a-kind user experiences. His early forays into the field, besides giving him valuable experience, also earned him an EVGE award in the General Illustration category.
Besides being an awesome designer, Dionisis is also a sports and fitness enthusiast. He is an amateur basketball player and always finds a way to practise his favorite sport no matter what city he lives in and he also loves to run- he even almost single handedly organized a running event for his hometown of Zakynthos. We think great achievers like Dionysis feel right at home at Interweave- and we are happy to have him with us!

“Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.”

Winston Churchil

Having studied Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens, Andreas Hatzifotis has always had a small suspicion that he may had fallen into the magic potion of megapixels when we was a little boy: from day one of his career, he has been relentlessly pursuing the next fresh idea, always experimenting on new formulas and using cutting-edge, innovative tools.

Ingeniously combined with commitment and professionalism, his talent has enhanced and furthered his ability to generate code in every possible programming language (PHP, Python, Java and C++ being mere samples). Throughout the years, he has managed a wide variety of project teams to which he contributed from a wide variety of positions as well: front and back-end developer, architect, software engineer, technical advisor, lead engineer, even designer in some cases – and of course, Head of Technology, the role that he now holds at Interweave.  

Having lots of national, European and global awards in his résumé (such as Awwwards, FWA, CSS Design Awards, The Lovie Awards etc), Andreas is proud of several projects that he has worked on, among which the information system LYSIAS I.S. that he created in its totality for the legal department of EYDAP (2009-2012). Other clients include SEAT, Vodafone, Minerva, Horio, METAXA and the European Parliament. Through his own personal initiative, Andreas has also initiated or contributed to a number of startups, including Smoky Pixel, Exit Bee and Harvantics, a social media monitoring tool.

The very rare moments that he doesn’t think of coding, he likes exploring beauty with his snowboard plank, relaxing through cooking or playing poker– even as his friends wonder whether there’s a chance that his future children won’t turn out to be teeny-tiny computers whose native tongue is COW programming language!

Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must; just never give up.

Dean Karnazes

Maya is an Athens based graphic & web designer, graduated from the Technological Educational Institute of Athens. She has worked as a graphic and web designer in companies alongside highly experienced professionals.

The knowledge that she gained from these co-operations provided her with the necessary qualifications, in order to create effective visual company identities, and taught her how to interact with people in order to come up with creative solutions for their needs.

Recently, she has been focused on web coding, specifically on HTML5 and CSS3.

Her main goal is always to provide the most effective solutions at the highest of standards and constantly upgrade her skills.

If you can dream it, you can do it.

Walt Disney

Fotis studied Computer Science at Athens University of Economics and Business and since 2007 he has been coding incessantly. He also holds a master’s degree in Health Informatics and is considering getting a PhD in the same field.


Despite being a manic Web Developer, he approaches all projects from every angle, every stage, thus analyzing demands, design and the coding necessary. He tries to be aware of and come into contact with all new, web-related technologies.


He is a strong supporter of Free Open Source Software (FOSS) and open data. As a WordPress expert, he pushes the WordPress limits, as well as his own, with every project. He develops PHP (native or frameworks) and couples Javascript, CSS and HTML, always in keeping with the more recent and highest standards.


Since 2007 he has been actively participating in small and large-scale projects; as a consultant or as the Senior Web Developer. He has written code and consulted in innovative projects relating to participatory democracy and transparency, while he has also created dozens of websites for organizations and companies. He was part of the team that work on OpenGov, the eGovernment Secretariat of the Prime Minister (in Greece), and collaborates with organizations such as ELIAMEP, the Cyprus Antidrug Council, the Ministry of Education, GRNET, GFOSS and more.

I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.

Douglas Adams

Maro studied contemporary history, politics and international relations in Greece and the UK (she earned her MA in European Politics from Essex University). She has been fascinated with the power of the written word from the day her mother, in an effort to make her rebellious daughter write that boring school assignment, told her that one can write pages upon pages about a single grey stone. She has been playing with words and working with them ever since: initially as a reporter and a writing tutor, then as a copywriter, a speechwriter, a content designer, a content marketer and a communications consultant. Naturally curious about (almost) everything, she quickly fell in love with the internet taking her words there too, creating content for web sites –and managing web projects along the way – and participating, managing and creating active online communities. She has worked in many exciting projects in the fields of hospitality, tourism, politics, energy efficiency and health (including the GNTO social media strategy design and implementation, the Intelen communication strategy and the city of Athens digital presence).

Travelling less that she would have wanted, she is trying to grow a Himalayan banana tree, a palm and a patch of Japanese Blood Grass in her tiny balcony to bring a hint of the exotic in her home – the Blood grass sounds more exciting than it really is, but that’s the power of the word, isn’t it?

Νo eternal reward will forgive us now for wasting the dawn.

Jim Morrison

Nena is in a constant struggle with keeping up with her need to communicate through writing, which brought her to the digital world in the first place. After her translation and administration studies, the idea of all things content took over her life and brought her happiness, which is yet another thing she is trying to communicate when she is not reading books or worrying she has no time to read even more.

She remembers herself writing emails addressed to the world in Athens 2004 Headquarters, managing content for a governing party and organizing it during the time she worked for the Prime Minister.

Nena knew it will always be a contently world to live in, though she doesn’t remember which her very first book was, which she finds peculiar.

Here she is today, ready to weave words for brands and people and build connections between them through the beauty of combining values, content and design in the digital and the real world.

If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.

Sir Ken Robinson

Lydia has always been enchanted from storytellers and that was the reason why her dream was to become one of them when she would be a grown up. Years and years went by, and she finally decided to take her chances with it: she studied Mass Media and Communication, as well as, Political Communication with a brief stopover at a Drama School, which confirmed her (strong) suspicion that she was definitely not born to be that wild in her storytelling career.

Being grateful of the precious things her working experience as broadcast journalist, as well as, writer and editor at newspapers and magazines taught her- things like the charm hidden between the lines and the balm that ink may sometimes offer in people’s lives -, she was lucky enough to meet the Interweavers that made her discover the true beauty that words shall have in digital- and that is, real- world: creating words for brands, putting them in a digital canal and letting them start their journey in people’s minds and hearts is the most fascinating story that she could ever imagine herself telling.

If you don't step one of your feet out of the Earth, you will never stand with both of them on it.

Odysseas Elitis

Growing up, Eva has had a different answer for each time she was asked the question “what do you want to be when you grow up?”- which is another way of saying she had no idea. All she knew was that she liked observing people, writing flowery poems and overly dramatic short stories, and the Internet – to the point where her parents would have to pull the phone plug (remember those?) every night, just to get her to go to bed.

With still no definitive answer to the “what do you want to be” question, Eva got her BA in Communication at Deree College and decided to continue her studies in Boston, where she pursued a Master’s Degree in Public Relations at Boston University. It was there that she was first exposed to the endless possibilities that arise when the ever-blossoming world of online communities meets the world of professional storytellers and thought that maybe, finally, this could be her calling.

Before joining Interweave, Eva built her experience working as a PR professional and content marketer for agencies in Athens & New York. More recently, she was part of iProspect’s content marketing team where she had the opportunity to work for multi award winning projects, such as the Oreo Facebook page and handle multilingual social media accounts with global audiences in the hundreds of thousands. Overall, she has worked for a  diverse selection of clients, including Aegean Airlines,Trident, L’Oréal Professionnel, Hellenic Seaways, Estée Lauder  L’Oréal Paris, Maybelline & Garnier. She also currently shares her passion for digital communication with her students at Deree, where she serves as a Part-time Instructor.
Eva is an avid consumer of pop culture, a ballet geek and a fan of obscure trivia. She lives in Athens with her daughter, a fluffy cat named Clary.

Oh, you get love for it. You get hate for it. You get nothing if you wait for it, wait for it, wait.

Lin Manuel Miranda, Hamilton

Having spent her childhood in France, Marine pursued her dream to create beautiful stories by graduating with a BA in Media and Communications from the University of Sussex. Combining her keen visual eye and love of writing, she channeled her passion for beauty, luxury goods and creativity into her work as an editor in several online magazines (among which is also Promenade).

Convinced that writing opens up a whole new world of possibilities, Marine has always had a fertile imagination that drove her to craft stories since a young age. That’s the reason why she considers advertising as one of the most exciting challenges she has ever met: telling beautiful brand stories through the right words – those that can express and convey a whole palette of feelings and experiences.

Curious by nature, Marine has an insatiable thirst for knowledge, constantly learning and exploring new topics – among which the ways traditional marketing can be combined with innovative technology to create amazing projects.

Merging her creativity with her planning and organisational skills, her great enthusiasm and detail-oriented character are being put to good use at Interweave’s UK office. In her free time, you will most definitely find her watching a documentary, writing a novel at home or indulging in a sweet treat.

We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.

J.K Rowling

Contemplating her professional future, Konstantina was sure of one thing. She wanted to work around (and for) people. Lots and lots of people. That proclivity can be attributed to the fact that her family used to own a restaurant when she was young. This was where she spent a lot of her time in the midst of a hub of human voices and general merrymaking-  and this was where she also learned the value of generous service that carries onto her career to this very day.

And how did she get to where she is on this very day you ask? It was a particularly inspiring professor that she came across in her days as an Economics Student in the University of Komotini, that steered her towards the field of Marketing. There, she saw an opportunity to pursue an occupation that, to her eyes, did exactly what she  had always wanted to do: it examines and attends to human needs on a large scale and thereupon decided to get her Msc in International Marketing from the University of Strathclyde — with a particular emphasis on the International part as this was the aspect of the degree she found most challenging and diverse.

Upon returning to Greece she immediately threw herself into work, working with small and medium business, assisting with their marketing plans, and focusing on consulting and researching. An opportunity at Interweave brought Konstantina to Athens, where she became a member of our team. Here, she is instrumental in assisting in the day-to-day management of operations, drafting marketing plans, talent recruitment and onboarding and offboarding processes.

That’s not all to say that Konstantina doesn’t have a creative side to her- quite the opposite! She is also an amateur photographer and a free writer, citing nature and the world around her as her inspiration.

Reach what you cannot.

Nikos Kazantzakis

Life is a buffet and Dimitra just wants to taste it all! Since a very young age Dimitra has always been eager to experience all that life has to offer: this was evident from her school days, where she balanced her student life with every after-school activity she could cram in her schedule. Anything was fair game: from swimming to ballet to guitar lessons, to volleyball, to hip hop and graphic design. You only live once, after all.

That self-starting, try-everything-once attitude carried on well into her student life. As a Business Administration student at the Athens School of Economics and Business, she founded one startup in her very first year (and co-founded another one), she became a member of her University’s Debate Team, spent six months in Uppsala, Sweden, as part of the school’s Erasmus program and completed an internship at L’Oréal Hellas. Yet, there were many things still to be explored before she could decide on one career path.

Dimitra knew that what she wanted to do would have to combine business with creativity and she knew that she was passionate about digital innovation. So, what better place for her to start her career than joining us here at Interweave? Sharing her insights and contributing to the team’s creative process since day one, we can’t wait to see what else Dimitra has up her sleeve! What we know for sure is that she will inject it with the same passion and joie de vivre as everything else that she has attempted so far. Knock’em dead Dimitra!

The best way to predict the future is to create it.

Peter Drucker

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