It’s time for an update.
EYE stands for “Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs”, a European funded exchange programme for entrepreneurs.
In order to support entrepreneurial diversity and synergy in Europe the European Commission funds exchanges between entrepreneurs.
New entrepreneurs (NE) have the opportunity to work over a period of 1 month up to 6 months with an experienced host entrepreneur (HE) in another European country. Both parts benefit of the exchange discussing their business ideas, sharing best practice examples and contacts. In a nutshell: They get a fantastic chance to learn from each other.
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs looking for interested start-ups in the region and for people who plan their own business and want to exchange with experienced companies in their field of interest!
New poster campaign launched in Göttingen for attracting students for the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme.
On the 20th and 21st of February the 13th Network meeting for Intermediary Organisations (IO) of the EYE programme took place in Brussels.
One reason for this was the start of the new sixth cycle of the programme and the welcome of all new partners.
The business world in Europe has changed and it is well known that former manufacturing industrial countries see their future mainly in the service sector. One of the keywords related to this development is entrepreneurship. More people than ever before are starting their own business. Several supportive services are initiated by governments and the European Commission to help them with this challenging task.
BUPNET is partner in the Mobilitas4 project which is funded by one of these initiatives: the Erasmus for young Entrepreneurs programme of the European Commission. Continue reading