Visit by Top Greek Official Highlights Council’s Leading Role in Advancing Region’s Global Economic Connections

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The historic Klamath, the Bay Area Council’s floating headquarters on the Embarcadero in San Francisco, continues to be a key venue for convening top foreign government and business leaders looking to learn about the region’s innovation economy and explore ways to advance and strengthen the Bay Area’s global economic connections. The Klamath recently welcomed Greece Minister of the Interior Niki Kerameus (above, center), accompanied by Consul General Socrates Sourvinos (above, right), for a discussion with Bay Area Council Economic Institute Senior Director Sean Randolph on the Bay Area’s economy and the growth of AI.

Minister Kerameus oversees initiatives inside the Greek government to improve access to government services using digital technology and most recently AI. The exchange focused on innovative programs currently being developed in Greece, California government policies on the use of AI, and the AI sector’s growth and development in the San Francisco Bay Area. Working with foreign partners, Randolph has authored numerous studies highlighting trade and investment opportunities with countries around the globe and is regular speaker at conferences examining the Bay Area’s secret sauce of innovation.

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