Adamantios Koumpis

July 12, 2013

Companies have their own lifespans and it is good to see that something that was created 30 years ago will outlive many generations and reach cosmic-time equivalents, same as the star constellation that Sigma Orionis take its name from! Companies are also made up of people and despite the pessimism that is haunting as a spectre our lives in Europe, capital isn’t scarce; vision is. Having worked with Sigma Orionis and its people for some years now, I am able to see the visionary qualities that they can show in all parts of their business. I wish Sigma a long journey that will bring the team in celebrating its 300th anniversary and with an exponentially bigger number of jobs created!

Adamantios Koumpis
Research Fellow - National University of Ireland, Galway

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