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OPAP names Condou as new chief people officer

| By Robert Fletcher
Greek gambling group OPAP has announced the appointment of Achillia Condou as its new chief people officer and member of its management team.
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Condou officially began her new role on 2 May, having joined OPAP after a two-and-a-half-year spell with Unilever.

An experienced executive, Condou also spent over two years as head of human resources with Minerva, as well as almost 11 years with global healthcare business Sanofi, serving in a number of roles including HR business partner for Greece, Cyprus and the SECE MCO region.

Earlier in her career, she worked at drinks giant Diageo for over four years, including a spell as its financial planning and reporting manager, while she also spent time as a consultant for financial advisory services group Deloitte.

“Achillia has a diverse professional background with a career of more than 20 years,” OPAP said. “She brings valuable experience, expertise and best practices related to the promotion and management of change, the development of high-performing teams and the evolution of our corporate cultures and values.

“The company is welcoming Achillia to the OPAP team and wish her good luck and success in her new role.”

The appointment comes after OPAP in March reported a year-on-year increase in revenue and net profit in its 2022 financial year, with growth across all core business divisions.

OPAP said the return of ordinary retail operations following the removal of all remaining pandemic-related restrictions, as well as expansion within its online business, helped drive growth across the group.

The business is due to post its first-quarter results later this month.

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