Greece Today

Why Greece

In Greece, a new economy is in the making. In parallel, investment opportunities are abundant and attractive, in a wide variety of sectors. Greece’s massive reform efforts are opening new investment frontiers that reward both first movers and established players.

The next decade is set to see sustained growth in tourism, ICT, energy, environmental sciences, food, beverage and agriculture, logistics, and life sciences. Greece’s exceptional human capital, advanced infrastructure, geostrategic position, and potential for economic expansion are attracting investor interest from throughout the world. And Greece’s newly designed investment framework supports the creation of new businesses, new synergies, and new partnerships.

An outward looking economy that is focused on long-term growth means that investors can look forward to highly favourable returns. As a member of the European Union and the Eurozone, Greece continues to be the economic hub of Southeast Europe, an ideal gateway to the Middle East, Western Europe, and North Africa, and an emerging logistics hub for the entire region.

Learn more about the Greek economy, trade and Foreign Direct Investment, access to financing, human capital, and infrastructureLearn what other investors are saying about Greece.

The Greek government has adopted a proactive role in charting a determined course for Greece that is friendly to investment, promotes growth, and welcomes new business. Welcome to a new economy. Welcome to a new Greece.

Living in Greece

Please find an overview on Greece and discover information on lifestyle, culture, archaeological sites, museums and Greek gastronomy. Discover how living in Greece is one of the most attractive choices you can make. Learn more about new legislation on long term residence permits as well as visa information.

Discover the regions of Greece through our interactive map. Find geographic  and demographic population data, contact information, key business indicators, contact information for Investor Services Offices, infrastructure, academic institutions, scientific, R&D,  and technology parks, industrial areas and business parks, hospitals and tourism infrastructure.












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Greek National Tourism Organisation