Tony Lourakis is the co-founder and CEO of Fleet Whole, one of the most quickest rising Canadian era firms. As CEO, Tony relentlessly drives the corporate’s imaginative and prescient and to reach the formidable enlargement objectives which have been set, and surpassed, for 15 years in a row.
Very early in his occupation, Tony knew he had the makings of an entrepreneur. Throughout his school years Tony based his first corporate Canlogic Answers, a primary stage programs enhance space and IT answers supplier. At all times a visionary, in 1998, Tony recognized the chance to create a device answer for the courier trade. He teamed up with Andrew Merisanu and in combination they created Courier Whole, the genesis to what’s nowadays Fleet Whole.
As an immediate results of Tony’s management, Fleet Whole has now not handiest grown ceaselessly since its inception however it has additionally ranked yr over yr in such prestigious lists as Benefit500, Deloitte Rapid500, Rapid50, and Braham300, amongst others.
Tony holds an honors level in Pc Science from Seneca School. He has been identified as one among Canada’s highest younger marketers and has been featured in a large number of publications.
Tony could also be an energetic and passionate philanthropist, he has served at the YMCA’s Construction Committee for a large number of years and leads an annual volunteer day on the YMCA Cedar Glenn Camp.
Tony could also be energetic within the Greek Group of Toronto and feels enthusiastic about selling and protecting Hellenic beliefs and tradition in Canada, Tony serves at the board of the Hellenic Heritage Basis and serves as the present President of the Cretans’ Affiliation of Toronto.
Moreover, Tony has contributed to many nice reasons over time and actively drives “group enhance” as a core worth at Fleet Whole.
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