One in three Greek students intend to start a business

2 December 2015
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Greek students have a positive view of entrepreneurship despite the crisis. One in three stated an intent to start their own business in the near future, according to the findings of the annual Greek Economy Conference organized by the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.

The findings were revealed in a survey, titled “A youth Perspective of Entrepreneurship:

Something is Changing”, conducted by Ernst & Young, the Athens University of Economics and Business, Endeavour Greece and the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce. 2,222 students in Greece answered questionnaires related to their views of the business environment.

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