Comments on: Looking at Greece’s entrepreneurs Grow your own Thu, 26 Mar 2015 12:32:24 +0000 hourly 1 By: Roccosi Sun, 15 Apr 2012 10:04:07 +0000 Mr Peabody, looks like you got tipped for writing & mentioning only a handful of specific startups in Greece. As a journalist, you should have done your research better. That is in the case you care to provide your readers with a quality article that is also head and shoulders above the rest.

However, it’s just a shallow article with almost nothing to “take away”.

As one of fellow posters already mentioned, there is a good number of great startups from Greece. Here’s few: Babelverse,, tsoonami, etc.

Hopefully, you’ll investigate more for your next articles.


By: DespinaTsal Wed, 11 Apr 2012 11:36:24 +0000 “Maybe it’s Instagram-size payouts or maybe it’s just pure desperation and a lack of good opportunities that drives someone to start a business …”

It’s neither of these! It is untapped talent that can no longer wait for the Greek market to wake up and smarten up – i.e. open up the market for young professionals to spin off, spin out, or start up (and create jobs). Young talent is tapping into its own abundance of skills, knowledge and ideas (most of the time overqualified for an under-qualified, receding market) and collaborating to kick start, create and map their futures. Why wait for tomorrow (“if” and “when” the market is ready for a new emerging generation of professionals and mindsets), when we are more than capable of doing something “now”. Just yesterday, I was reading the stats on EUROSTAT – we are top talent (unfortunately in a climate of negativity, finger pointing and labels, i.e. PIGS … hardly! And, no thanks!)

By: panosjee Wed, 11 Apr 2012 08:19:27 +0000 It’s not only BugSense that is successful. Greece is also home to big mobile marketing players like Upstream, Velti and InternetQ. There are also startups that succeed globally like Helic,, Incrediblue, Weendy and others.