Give Greece a Chance
You have to admire a country that can go through all that Greece has in the last few years and still be able to come up with a slogan like Give Greece a Chance. It might even have prised a laugh from a normally sour John Lennon. (Does Greece have to pay Yoko for the rights?).
In any case, Greece is Changing is a new campaign founded by a group of the country’s leading businesspeople. In their own words:
We are a network of like-minded businesspeople, colleagues and friends who cannot be silent observers as the dialogue around Greece’s road to recovery deteriorates and the substance is often overshadowed by stereotypes.
As we enter a fifth year of recession we want to rebalance the agenda. Inject some more facts into a debate sometimes overrun by fiction.
We have absolutely no political aspirations and we do not serve nor promote any special interest, personal or professional.
We are a group of people who hope to voice the concerns of those other Greeks that aspire to a constructive role within Europe, that are Europeans, that will deliver on their country’s commitment, that have already made sacrifices and are ready to do more and that just need a chance to change Greece.
Click here or on the graphic above to go the site and let’s all give Greece a chance!
Strange Random Greece Quote:
- Ex-ECB’s Stark: Debt deal is Greece’s last chance (marketwatch.com)
- Nothing to fear but the lack of fear itself (economist.com)
- Thoughts on Greece (worthwhile.typepad.com)
- Iran Just Made Things Even Worse For Greece (businessinsider.com)
- In Greece (leggotunglei808.wordpress.com)
- Greece and the lessons of Argentina: a round up (aleksandreia.com)
- For ‘oil’, read ‘borrowing’, but Greece is akin to an Arab state (independent.co.uk)
- Merkel Faces Difficult Parliament Vote on Greek Bailout (ibtimes.com)
- Greece welcomes tourists wary of the ‘Arab Spring’ (travelnews.britishairways.com)