Helmut Jäger (Austria/Construction) and Dietmar Pircher (Italy/Construction)

Helmut Jäger (HE): “It was a great advantage to have a young spirit in the team and at the same time a person who already had knowledge in the construction sector. Due to Covid-19 not everything went as planned, but I got a lot of new stimuli from Dietmar´s ideas and skills – and I could get a better understanding of the South Tyrolean market and its dynamics. It was a clear asset as I was able to expand my network to potential customers in northern Italy.” 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 …

Dóra Balogh (Hungary/Advertising, Marketing) and Alfonso Rodriguez-Lecuona (Spain/IT)

Thanks to Dóra’s (NE) creation of a Marketing Strategy for Alfonso‘s (HE) business and her gathered information relating to new digital tools, indicators, and co-working offices in Gran Canaria, Alfonso expects a better online appearance and brand awareness of his business after the exchange. Alfonso’s business further benefits from Dóra‘s investigation of co-working offices in Gran Canaria since Alfonso is planning to extend its business towards the other Canary Islands. Weiterlesen …

Vanja Mladenovic (Serbia/Fashion) and Pina Foti (Italy/Education)

Pina Foti (HE): “The great experience with Erasmus programs continues. Vanja is another example of a great young entrepreneur and new hope in the global market, who has brought a cheerful spirit and wonderful ideas to our business, and with whose cooperation we have made many important business decisions, from which great benefits are expected in the future.” Weiterlesen …

Chiara Cogliati (Italy/Marketing) and Jonathan Pochini (Spain/Education)

Jonathan Pochini (HE): “I now have a better understanding of how Paid Advertising works and I also gained useful insights for the marketing of my project. On top of that, I found it quite rewarding sharing my network of professional connections with the NE for the benefit of her education and professional growth.” Weiterlesen …

Kaya Olsen (Denmark/Education & Training) and Marko Haschej (Austria/Entertainment and Social Entrepreneurship)

Marko Haschej (HE): “Any company would be happy to have the chance to work with Kaya. Her presence, work-ethic, incredible pace, spirit and the way she approaches tasks were remarkable. She shaped our company in many different ways and I’m very happy to have had the chance to work with her. We certainly learned as much from her as she hopefully learned from us. Since she developed essential parts of the program, her impact on the future of our company is huge and I’m very grateful for that. 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 …