Savvas Perdios was born in 1981 in Lefkosia.
He has been the deputy minister of tourism of the Republic of Cyprus since January 2019.
He studied accounting and finance at Warwick University (2002-2004) and international hospitality management (BA, 2004-2008) at the École Hôteliere de Lausanne.
His career in hospitality began at the age of 15, when he undertook summer jobs in hotel departments such as kitchen, maintenance, service, banqueting, housekeeping and guest relations. Between 2008 and 2010, after completing his studies, he worked for internationally known companies including Design Hotels in Mykonos and Kempinski Hotels in Switzerland. From January 2010 until January 2018 he worked at Louis Hotels as quality and brand manager.
This involved responsibility for creating, implementing and maintaining operating standards across the portfolio of 25 hotels and several restaurants, as well as branding and reputation management. After eight years in this position, he was promoted to chief operating officer, a position which he held until his appointment at the Cyprus Ministry of Tourism. He is fluent in English, French and German.