Negative connotations became attached to the notion of entrepreneurship in the years following the restoration of democracy in Greece.
That perception, mainly a construction of the political left, has thankfully started to change. In recent years, a number of events have been organized with the aim of promoting youth entrepreneurship.
Events like the Junior Achievement Greece organization’s 12th Trade Fair Athens, titled “Virtual Enterprise,” are something the country needs in order to pull itself out of the existing deadlock.
It is initiatives of this kind that will shape the new generation of professionals who can put Greece on a trajectory of creativity and growth.