Greek company named among ‘most influential’ for 2024 by Time Magazine


LAMDA Development, the company behind the iconic The Ellinikon project, has been named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential companies in the world for 2024. It is the only Greek company to make the list this year.

According to, in their statement, LAMDA Development expressed that being included in the “TIME 100 Most Influential Companies” list for 2024 is an honor that reaffirms their dedication to creating innovative projects that benefit Greece and its people. The Ellinikon project, touted as the largest urban regeneration project in Europe and situated along the Athens Riviera, is gaining international recognition and enhancing Greece’s global reputation.

The Riviera Tower will be the tallest building in Greece and is the coastal front of Lamda Development’s Ellinikon development.

The “TIME100 Most Influential Companies” list for 2024 highlights the top 100 companies worldwide across all sectors, selected based on their innovation, leadership, and societal contributions. To compile the list, Time magazine evaluated candidate companies from various sectors through its global network of contributors and correspondents, as well as independent specialists.





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