PwC Global Family Business Survey 2018

Greece report

Accessing skills & capabilities, innovation, and the economic environment are the key challenges faced by Greek family businesses 
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Retaining and rewarding talent and improving profitability are the key personal and business goals for the next two years 

During the crisis, the country's population decreased by 370,000, the number of deaths surpassed that of birth by about 30,000 (2011), migratory flows to the country were reduced, while some of the human potential and even high skills migrated to "brain drain" with Greece having third place after Cyprus and Spain as the percentage of young people fleeing their country.
During the crisis, the country's population decreased by 370,000, the number of deaths surpassed that of birth by about 30,000 (2011), migratory flows to the country were reduced, while some of the human potential and even high skills migrated to "brain drain" with Greece having third place after Cyprus and Spain as the percentage of young people fleeing their country.
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56% of Greek family businesses feel they will have made significant steps in terms of digital capabilities in the next two years (similar to the 57% who say this globally).

More businesses feel vulnerable to digital disruption (19%) than in 2016, but this is still lower than the global average. 31% of Greek family businesses feel vulnerable to a cyber-attack.

 


Explore the Greek survey result highlights below or find out more in PwC’s 2018 Global Family Business Survey.

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