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Greek start-ups put out a call for international talent

Greek start-ups put out a call for international talent

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Endeavor Greece, the Greek chapter of the global organisation supporting the rise of new ecosystems, has announced that they will be launching a new platform targeting skilled tech experts abroad, both Greek and non-Greek, looking to connect and break into the local tech scene. Available at WorkInTech.gr, applicants can demonstrate their interest in working in the Greek tech industry by filling out a simple application form, entering a global registry of talented individuals. Leading candidates will then be connected, according to their profile, to the country’s fastest-growing employers.

Greece is on the cusp of a major technological transformation. The last decade, and 2020 in particular, have positioned Greece for a massive economic turnaround powered by a new crop of tech-based enterprises. Interest in Greece as a tech destination is gaining new steam with recent announcements of Microsoft’s US$1.17 billion investment in new data centres, its latest acquisition of Softomotive and Delivery Hero’s purchase of InstaShop for US$360 million.

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