Survey shows Greek students are business hopefuls


Greek students take a positive view of entrepreneurship, while one in three intends to start their own business in the near future.

These findings, which challenge existing perceptions of entrepreneurship in Greek universities, are among the conclusions of a survey presented on Monday at the 26th annual Greek Economy Conference organized by the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.

The survey, “A Youth Perspective of Entrepreneurship: Something Is Changing,” covering 2,222 students, was conducted by Ernst & Young, the Athens University of Economics and Business, Endeavor Greece and the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.