IWG, the company that is changing the landscape of flexible working globally, continues its dynamic growth in Greece through a new partnership with Orange Grove, aiming to promote entrepreneurship.
Orange Grove is an initiative of the Dutch Embassy in Greece, aiming to transfer know-how and provide access to an international network of mentors, trainers and advisors, which will contribute to the development of innovative startups and the formation of a competitive start-up community.
Through this new partnership, IWG will support startups and job creation by actively encouraging the development of the startup ecosystem in our country. The collaboration with Orange Grove is part of the broader plan of IWG’s strategy regarding the optimization and provision of as many flexible workspace options as possible.
Through this partnership, Orange Grove will offer startups and SMEs participating in its programs special rates on all services provided by IWG’s professional workspaces through its two brands (Regus & Spaces).
Alexandra Sharma, General Manager & Partner, Orange Grove, said, “Orange Grove’s partnership with IWG allows us to offer young entrepreneurs participating in our programs special privileges in the use of the company’s co-working spaces. Through such synergies we effectively contribute to their first difficult steps by providing useful solutions that help increase their productivity and overall empowerment in the Greek start-up ecosystem.”
Christos Misaelidis, CEO of International Workplace Group said: “We continue to dynamically expand our partnerships in order to offer quality value-added services. I am particularly happy about this new partnership, which is based on our Group’s vision and values to support entrepreneurship in the Greek market.”
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