Mathias Haas (Austria/Advertising) and Vesselina Runkwitz (Germany/Advertising)

Erasmus and going abroad is one of the most valuable things to experience life and work in another country, not just for the own business but also for yourself. The European Union has set an extraordinary example with the Erasmus program not only for students but also for entrepreneurs. Weiterlesen …

Tjaša Zornik (Slovenia/Web and grahic design, digital marketing) and Urška Starc-Peceny (Austria/Communication and storytelling)

How did HE Urška Starc-Peceny profit from the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme? Supported by Tjaša’s design skills, it was possible to visualize concepts in a very innovative way. She was able to listen, consult and finally transform an idea into a professional-looking graphic, a process to an infographic. A good quality visual presentation made it easier to communicate their ideas to the public. As a passionate communicator, Urška profited from Tjaša’s fresh ideas and perspectives in relation to ongoing projects. Weiterlesen …

Carla Congiu (Italy, Health and Wellness) and Oscar Torres (Spain/Marketing)

Carla Congiu (NE): “International experiences open your mind. Working with professionals from different countries can give you the competences and different points of view on how to do business. The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs has been a priceless learning experience.” Weiterlesen …

Muhamer Mustafa (North Macedonia/Entertainment industry) – Corona Story

My relationship with my Host Entrepreneur started on the 10th of February of this year. We had a strong start working towards our goals because my business plan matches my HE’s current business model. I got to the chance to learn great information from the beginning, and it was like a dream coming true. One week after, the government of Italy locked down the Lombardy region, by this time me and my HE were already looking for ways on how to prepare in case of a lockdown in our region, that of Tuscany. In our commitment that we prepared before our relationship started, we did agree on working on Marketing strategy and Financial planning for the first half of our EYE relationship, so for us, there was a possibility to work remotely together on our weekly schedule without sacrificing much of our goals. Overall, I would say that we have been affected in two areas, the first, not having a daily routine at the studio and not being able to share information in the place, while working. And the second was, we had to apply some changes and try to adapt in the new situation, that includes the workspace and also using new tools in communication, by changing and adapting the frequency of our interactions to the situation, on a daily basis. Weiterlesen …

Francisco Valenzuela (Spain/Digital marketing) and Sander Schreven (Netherlands/IT) – Corona Story

I am from Spain and I was doing an exchange in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
I was working there a month and a half, until the coronavirus situation worsened and I had to go back.
My last two weeks I was working remotely, we did Skype calls to organize the tasks and we shared our work on google drive. I think it is important to set a schedule to do your tasks since there is no one to supervise you daily. I also recommend trying to keep in touch with your coworkers with tools like skype, zoom, whatsapp groups, google drive… Weiterlesen …

Maja Vrčon (Slovenia/Advertising) and Ignacio Rodriguez (Spain/Education)

Maja Vrčon: “After I finished my EYE exchange I’m even more determinate to reopen my business and start working as an entrepreneur-sole proprietor again. The Erasmus experience made me more confident and empowered me with knowledge how to start and successfully run my business as social media marketer.” Weiterlesen …