Peter Tsolakides

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Peter Tsolakides

Pandelis "Peter" Tsolakides[1] (born c. 1949)[2] is a Greek-Australian cryonicist. He is the founder, director, and chairman of Southern Cryonics.[3] He also is the director of CryoPath[4] and Cryonics Services Australia.[5] He has degrees in Science (chemistry) and Business Administration.[3] Tsolakides became interested in cryonics after reading Robert Ettinger's The Prospect of Immortality in the late 1960s.[3]


Tsolakides worked in the marketing organization of Exxon Mobil,[6] a major international oil company for over 30 years, with 24 years of overseas assignments including Thailand, Singapore, Japan, and the United States, where he held progressively more senior management roles.[3] His main career path has been in strategic planning, project development planning, and major project implementation management.[3]

Before leaving to progress his own business activities in 2008, he managed a gate-keeping team of high-level executives in the US that vetted global capital projects totalling one billion dollars and other projects (e.g. divestments) valued at a further billion.[3] Since then, he has owned and managed a private consulting firm.[3]


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