Dolphin Tale

Published in "goldnews.com.cy": 19/06/16

What made you want to start your own company?

Entrepreneurship had always been part of my nature and the obvious way to fulfil my ambitions was to start my own company. The right time came in 2004 when the market was supportive of new ventures and I felt that I had enough credibility to seek funding from investors.

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Investor-friendly Cyprus Provides Plenty of Opportunities

Published in "goldnews.com.cy": 12/05/16

By Alkman Granitsas

Miltos Kambourides, Founder & Managing Partner of Dolphin Capital Partners, spoke at the Cyprus Economic and Investment Summit in London about why should Cyprus is on the radar of Institutional Investors.

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Neos Kosmos

Published in "Neos Kosmos": 10/09/15

While the Greek economy may be struggling, some of Greece's most creative property development entrepreneurs are still enjoying success, albeit outside the country.

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Reload Greece

Published in "Reload Greece": 22/06/2015

After studing Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics at MIT, Miltos Kambourides went on to be founding partner of Soros Real Estate Partners in the late 90's.

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Fortune

Published in "Wall Street Journal": 02/09/14

By Alkman Granitsas

PORTO HELI, Greece—For 20 years, the building had been an empty eyesore on the shores of this picturesque bay. Unable to keep up with the changing times, the 1970s-era hotel went bust, was seized by creditors, and eventually shut its doors in the mid-1990s.

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Greek Riviera

Published in "Greek Riviera": 02/08/14


The Nikki Beach Resort & Spa opened its doors on 28th July 2014 in Porto Heli and welcomed the public to a timehonoured history. Glamour, comfort, an idyllic location right by the seafront and a destination overflowing with splendour form the elements that since the late 60s made “Youli” hotel extremely popular.

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eKathimerini

Published in "ekathimerini.com": 30/07/2014

By Harry van Versendaal & Elis Kiss

Like a decadent, ailing giant that failed to awe, the Doxiadis Office Building for years sat neglected on the foot of Lycabettus Hill, discreetly overlooking the capital's upmarket, albeit idiosyncratic, Kolonaki neighborhood.

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The Cyprus Weekly

Published in "The Cyprus Weekly": 08/03/14

By Miltos Kambourides

Strategy, culture and procedures at the CTO must change

To be in a position to say how tourism can become more competitive so as to attract more tourists, different strategies are needed for short term and long term objectives.

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BA: First Life

Published in "British Airways: First Life": 05/13

When One Hyde Park threw open its substantial glass doors in Knightsbridge in 2011, it was the price tag- £6,000 per sq ft-that claimed the headlines. But behind the razzamatazz of Candy & Candy's latest London offering- with its Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners architecture, sweeping views over Hyde Park and facilities ranging from golf simulators to private cinemas something else was at play.

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Greek Riviera

Published in "Greek Riviera": 08/12

Amanzoe owes its ...“zoe” (life in Greek) to Miltos Kambourides and the Dolphin Capital team who worked hard and methodically to create a world class exclusive resort worthy of the incomparable beauty of Greece.

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Fortune

Published in "Fortune": 15/02/12

By Shawn Tully

Greece's problems aren't all about debt. They're about competitiveness, and changing the arcane rules in areas from the cruise industry to pharmaceuticals would help it reboot its economy.

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The Times

Published in "The Times": 21/09/11

By Marcus Leroux

Few would fancy dabbling in greece or cyprus at present but Dolphin Capital Investors is doing exactly that.

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E-Squared

Published in "E-Squared": 07/11

Miltos Kambourides is Founder and Managing Partner of Dolphin Capital Partners (DCP), a private equity firm founded in 2004 specialising in real estate investments.

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Athens Plus

Published in "Athens Plus": 28/05/10

Three business groups made up of Greek and foreign interests had to obtain a stunning 10,700 signatures from various public and local administrative officials to proceed with nine large tourism investment schemes, budgeted at a total of 5.2 billion euros.

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