OTE in Barcelona.
50,000 men and women aged 14-99, found that 64 percent of Greeks would be inclined to open their own business, compared with 69 percent in 2015. In the European Union as a whole, 74 percent had a positive view of entrepreneurship but just 39 percent could imagine starting their own business. Forty-two percent of Greek respondents said the reason they are attracted to the idea of starting a business is that they would like to be their “own boss,” while 38 percent said they believed it would lead to self-fulfillment and 33 percent saw it as an attractive prospect for having a second income.
Leading investment firms from around the world, including Fidelity, Capital World Investors, Franklin Templeton, Schroders, Wellington and Lazard, showed an interest in the economic and technological course of the OTE Group, the competitive and regulatory environment in Greek telecommunications, as well as the outlook for the Greek economy in general, during meetings held by the OTE Group management in the context of the European Tech, Media, & Telecom Conference organized by Morgan Stanley in Barcelona last week.