Milen Vrabevski, MD, owner and CEO of the biggest clinical research organization in Southeastern Europe was invited as an honorary speaker at the 2nd International Governance Summit in Lyon, France. He was the only representative from Eastern Europe at the international forum which gathered over 30 visionary speakers – diplomats, economists, innovators, entrepreneurs, philosophers and political leaders.
Dr. Vrabevski took part in one of the key debates of the event with the promising topic: “21st century: Towards a more human capitalism? Can we think of more inclusive models that are more cooperative?”. He gave his business perspective to the new generations, in order to promote cultural inclusion across Europe.
“My decision as the owner of the largest CRO in the region to invest back into society is based on my willingness to facilitate its own move and growth and practically to enable successful and capable people to bring that same society to progress”, said Dr. Milen Vrabevski, CEO of Comac Medical, during the debate.
Being an essential part of the prestigious casting of international speakers Dr. Milen Vrabevski shared his experience and good CSR practices as an innovator and entrepreneur who has been successfully growing his business for 22 years in 25 countries across Europe and beyond. Dr. Vrabevski answered to the numerous questions from the students and the French media. Comac Medical’s Executive Team was also present at the event in order to expand their cooperation with French companies.
The ambition of HAPPY GOVDAY is to reflect, imagine and explore a positive, responsible and efficient governance through the perspectives of people like Dr. Milen Vrabevski. Throughout the day, key topics like sustainable and responsible governance, eco-citizenship, more human capitalism, transmission and trust were discussed.
For Virginie Nogueras, creator of the event and CEO of the company Ex’Pairs Training, “the 2nd edition of Happy GovDay has governance as its main theme inclusive with the intention of reconciling business and social issues.”