Endeavor Greece Research Spotlights Local Entrepreneurship Scene; Featured in The New York Times and BloombergTV
Endeavor Greece recently released findings in an infographic highlighting the nation’s burgeoning entrepreneurship scene, the rise in local startups, and the influx of both domestic and foreign investment capital. With ventures in the ICT sector dominating, Greece is steadily making waves in the tech and innovation space as entrepreneurs lead the way for the region’s economic recovery. Between 2012 and 2013, the number of startups in the country more than doubled according to Endeavor Greece’s research, which was also mentioned in a recent New York Times article profiling the nation’s expanding ecosystem. In addition, Managing Director of Endeavor Greece Haris Makryniotis talked with BloombergTV about the nation’s “startup movement” and the potential for local entrepreneurs to become high-impact job creators, citing the research and his own experiences with Endeavor’s Entrepreneurs. View the full interview below or by clicking here.
When it was announced in late 2012, the launch of Endeavor Greece made headlines in the midst of the country’s political and economic turmoil. Endeavor, however, saw a prime opportunity to bring its model to a struggling region and support high-impact, high-growth entrepreneurs that could create jobs and transform industries. Watch Linda Rottenberg discuss the the decision to enter Greece in this 2012 CNBC interview.