Endeavor Greece will talk about how it intends to help the Greek tourism sector through entrepreneurship support, at an Open Tourism event scheduled for today, Thursday 11 October, at the coLab workspace in Syntagma, Athens.
Non-profit Endeavor Global that supports entrepreneurs in emerging markets, recently opened office in Athens to support young entrepreneurs by providing them expertise and helping them network with established and leading entrepreneurs and investors of international repute.
The event’s keynote speaker will be Haris Makryniotis, managing director of Endeavor Greece, who will explain how tourism businesses and entrepreneurs can be helped in practice.
During the presentation and open discussion, the audience will be informed on non-profit Endeavor Global, Endeavor Greece and the planned actions for tourism.
The event starts at 7pm.
coLab workspace: 28 Petraki St., Syntagma, Athens
Endeavor Global: Founded in 1997, Endeavor selects and supports high-impact entrepreneurs who have the potential to scale from promising SMEs into companies that create hundreds, if not thousands, of jobs and generate significant revenues. In the past 15 years Endeavor has selected 708 high-impact entrepreneurs from 12 countries around the world in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Turkey, and Southeast Asia. In 2011, these entrepreneurs generated US $5.0BN in revenue and had created 200,000 jobs.