Amorgos

Why the name Be Amorgos?

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Amorgos is a truly beautiful, isolated, tiny Greek island in the south-eastern Cyclades in the Mediterranean. It featured in the movie Le Grand Bleu (The Big Blue) in the late 1980s.

The image here is of the ocean facing monastery of Hozoviotissa featured in the movie. Having seen the movie while living in London in 1989 within weeks I travelled to Amorgos. I arrived late at night on a ferry to a full moon sitting over the island, the windmills, the small town and the ocean surrounds in view. At this moment one could only arrive and be reconciled to this state of being.

My company’s name is a visual metaphor for the journey of collaborative negotiation and, ideally, alignment to the outcome reached.

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