Greece’s human resources are meeting the needs of today’s service and knowledge-based economy. The people that hold a university degree represent 41% of nation’s labour force and Greece is third in Europe in labour productivity. English language is widely spoken by Greeks and it is used from the majority of companies on a daily basis.
In recent years the energy market has been liberalised, enabling stable but competitively priced energy suppliers to enter the marker. In wind and solar, major progress is being made as Greece has committed to a minimum 29% of energy from RES by 2020.
Being strategically located amongst Europe, Africa and Asia, Greece is one of the main of gateways that submarine networks reach Europe. Additionally, high bandwidth telecommunication networks connect Greece to the rest of Europe and the World by land.
Greece is a European country that enjoys more than 50 years of a steady democratic political system. It joined the European Union in 1981 and the Euro currency in 2002. After facing a financial crisis, a significant improvement in economic indicators through the acceleration of reforms develops a more attractive investment and business environment and a reduction in the cost of production factors.
Located at the crossroad of three continents Greece is close to several emerging markets, but within the limits of Europe and European Union ensuring access to cost-efficient and stable infrastructures. With transportation networks by sea, air and land, Greece can be an ideal location for the colocation of your infrastructure.