Chief Executive Officer
Constantinos Antonopoulos is a founding member and shareholder of INTRALOT. In 1992, the year that the company was established, he assumed his current position as Chief Executive Officer. He is the Chairman of many companies of the Group and an executive member of the Board of Directors of INTRACOM Holdings.
He launched his career by joining major Greek industrial enterprises, such as the Hellenic and Eleusis Shipyards and held a succession of expert positions at the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry. In 1989 he entered INTRACOM S.A., one of the leading telecom and electronics companies in SE Europe.
Constantinos Antonopoulos was honored with numerous significant distinctions; among others he was distinguished in the "Lottery industry Hall of Fame" for 2007, as one of the most important professionals in the lottery industry, he was awarded with the "Manager of the Year 2004" distinction, as well as the "Best Innovative Manager" and the "Best Global Oriented Manager" awards of the year 2005 and "Best Manager FTSE/ASE 20" for 2006. An essential initiative that Constantinos Antonopoulos took was INTRALOT's becoming a founding member of the Global Growth Companies community, the "New Champions of the World Economic Forum".
As an active member of the business community, Constantinos Antonopoulos participates in a number of chambers and associations. He is the President of the Greek – Latin American Business Council and the Hellenic-Chilean Chamber of Commerce and Culture. He was elected Vice-president of the Greek-Serbian Business Council, is a member of the BOD of the Greek-Turkish Business Council and founding member of the Hellenic-Romanian Chamber of Commerce, while being a member of the Executive Committee of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.
Moreover, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Federation of Greek Industries (SEV) and participates in Foreign Affairs Executive Committee of the Federation (SEV International). He is a member of the Hellenic Entrepreneurs Association and the Association of Chief Executive Officers.
Born in the city of Patras, Constantinos Antonopoulos graduated in 1976 from the National Technical University of Athens with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He continued his studies at the University of Manchester (UMIST), England and received a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Systems Reliability. He is married and father of three children.