People alas use stereotypes in Europe. Elsewhere too, but in Europe national ones still govern the dynamics.
I've met Guy Verhofstadt twice.
"Ah, a Dutch speaking Greek!"
"Ah an Irish speaking Greek" had exclaimed Pádraig Flynn in the early 1990s at the EU Standing Committee on Employment. He remembered and granted me an interview for Greek radio and EE magazine in 1998.
"How do you expect do find a job in the UK with a name like Panayotopoulos" told me a British journo on Twitter in 2016.
Oh well. They call it Marketing. Some is mass, some is niche. Managing stereotypes.
Doing global CRM for a multinational based in Athens, Greece.
Locate in Athens, Greece.