, 2022-10-12 09:30:00,
While many are still reeling from the impacts of the global pandemic, we’ve now moved far enough away from the event to garner insight into how its impacted attitudes and behaviours, and whether new trends have emerged from those dark years. In our context – yachting – there aren’t many people better placed than Michel Chryssicopoulos, Global Managing Partner at IYC, to shed light on how the pandemic impacted the yacht market.
During the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show, Michel Chryssicopoulos welcomed SuperYacht Times onboard the 59.4-metre Benetti superyacht Idyllic, the smaller of the two yachts that the brokerage house presented at the event, to discuss new and emerging trends in the market. Photo: Léandre Loyseau / SuperYacht TimesMichel, can you briefly introduce yourself and explain what you’ve been up to at IYC?
My name is Michel Chryssicopoulos and I’m half Danish, half Greek – a combination of two heritages. I lived in the US for quite a few years before joining the family yachting business in 2003. My business partner and I then bought IYC in 2016, working hard to reorganise and restructure the brokerage house, shaping it into the solid, lean and aggressive company that it is today. We hired quite a few young people and we’re doing very well, riding on this extremely strong…
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