Leonardo Cocucci (Italy/Sustainable Tourism) and Stephanie Maher (Germany/Tourism)

Leonardo Cocucci (NE): “In order to be successful in your business, it is very important to share experience and knowledge with people that have similar goals like you. For these reasons, the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs program is a great tool to get new ideas and get inspired by others.“ Weiterlesen …

Antonella Berta (Germany/Entertainment) and Simona Camporesi (Spain/Editing, Ghostwriting)

Simona Camporesi (HE): “It was my first experience as a teacher and it was challenging, beautiful and inspiring. Antonella helped me a lot to build some inner work instruments, taught me about dramaturgy skills and gave me a different and really precious point of view about my work. I hope to repeat the experience as soon as possible!” Weiterlesen …

Giovanni De Feo (Italy/Entertainment) and John Neilan (Germany/Coworking, Sustainability, Social Entrepreneurship)

John Neilan (HE): “An interesting experience with a very motivated and high-energy NE who brought new ideas and concepts to our coworking space which ultimately have contributed to an overall improvement to what the business produces and provides its customers. We hope the relationship also provided the NE with new impulses from which he could learn. An overall positive experience.” Weiterlesen …

Dayna-Ashley Gross (Hungary/Publishing) and Victoria Gosling (Germany/Publishing)

Victoria Gosling (HE): “I can’t thank Dayna enough. When lockdown happened, our plans were thrown into disarray, but she was absolutely unflappable. She supported me during a hugely challenging time for The Reader. Via our Zooms, Dayna offered support and solutions and I credit her with creating a wonderful audio series that helped keep our following interested during massive disruption. I’m not sure how I would have managed without her.” Weiterlesen …

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 …

Philipp Gruber (Germany/Architecture) and Nuno Brandão Costa (Portugal/Architecture)

It was a great experience to participate in the EYE programme and to work with Nuno Brandão Costa. I received insights about low-cost housing in Portugal and learned efficient working methods in the design and execution process of architecture projects. The programme gave me the possibility to experiment in the unknown context of research work in architecture and I seek to implement this new skill to my future practice. Weiterlesen …

Kristina Nikolovska (Slovenia/Robotics and automation industry) and Stefan Zeidler (Germany/Robotics and automation industry)

Kristina Nikolovska (NE): “I am very happy I got to do this program. I have gained a lot of knowledge about the robotic industry and how to run a start-up. Also, I got to improve technical skills and programming skills. I would encourage young people who are excited about becoming entrepreneurs and want to gain skill that they will never be able to gain otherwise to participate in the program. I had a very positive experience with the HE and the team because they accepted me as a part of the team. They divided the tasks and shared knowledge with me from the first day. Participating in the program was one of the best decisions I could make after graduating. With the knowledge I gained I feel more prepared now for the industry and for running my own business.” Weiterlesen …