Greek-Canadian Entrepreneur Nominated For Ontario 2015 Premier’s Awards

Tony LourakisComplete Innovations co-founder and CEO Tony Lourakis is among the 116 nominees for the 2015 Premier’s Awards that will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, November 16, at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel in Ontario, Canada.

During this year’s ceremony, exceptional graduates from Ontario’s 24 colleges will be honored for their significant social and economic contribution in business, community services, creative arts and design, health sciences, recent graduate, and technology in Canada and throughout the world.

Seneca alumni Tony Lourakis is nominated for the prestigious technology Premier’s Award. Lourakis’ Complete Innovations, is one of the fastest growing global technology companies — occupying around 160 full-time employees — enables numerous customers across North America to track, optimize and manage vehicles and mobile workers from a single platform.

The young Greek-Canadian entrepreneur founded his first software and consulting company, Canlogic Solutions, at the age of 20, while enrolled as a Computer Science student at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology. He currently serves as Cretan Association of Toronto “Knossos” President and is also a board member of the Hellenic Heritage Foundation.