International non-profit organization, Endeavor Greece, raised the bar during its annual event held at the Acropolis Museum recently, presenting its vision for a promising future of more jobs and steady growth.
For Greek tourism to grow to its fullest potential there must be rewards for those who upgrade, who take initiatives, who risk with the ultimate aim to offer only the best, former tourism minister and current Tourism Awards judging committee president Nikos Skoulas said in a...
Endeavor Greece is currently supporting through its worldwide network of affiliates and partners 22 entrepreneurs representing 16 companies from the tourism, agriculture, food & beverages, health, technology and financial services industries in Greece.
One in three Greek university students has plans to start their own business in the future demonstrating a positive perception of entrepreneurship, according to a recent survey presented during the 26th “The Greek Economy Conference” this week.
Greek small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) active in tourism and employing a set number of staff in the last three years can tap into EU grants - commonly known as ESPA funds - for the upgrade of tourism infrastructure and facilities.
Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis announced the establishment of a business council aimed at boosting investment during the municipality’s 1st Development Conference held at the Zappeion Megaro on Thursday.
Projects to support entrepreneurship in the Greek capital under the Municipality of Athens' development plan The Athens Project, will be presented at a workshop organized by the Athens Development & Destination Management Agency (ADDMA) on 12 February at City Hall.
The development of entrepreneurship in Athens center has turned out to be a difficult task as 36 percent of businesses operating in the capital said they were considering to relocate, according to a study presented on 9 July by Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis.