Nina Goriaeva (Slovenia/Sustainability, Webdesign) and Marko Vuković (Croatia/Sustainability, Webdesign)

Nina Goriaeva (NE): “After this exchange I realized that starting my own business is going to become reality, even though it seemed as something vague and complicated. I’m going to establish my business once the idea is tested and corrected. This Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs exchange gave me an opportunity to try the role of an entrepreneur without any risks, to learn many new things, to gain new great experience, to live abroad. And despite the difficulties I faced, this exchange was a success.” 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 …

Alexandra Alexandru (Romania/Entertainment) and Christoph Gschier (Austria/IT and communication services)

From Christoph’s point of view, it is essential to know the language of the country. Although a lot of communication happens in English, the working language in his company is still German. Therefore, that might hamper an exchange in some stages as a lot of information is given in passing. The exchange became a very fruitful one and Christoph was happy to gain new insights from Alexandra, to have started new business concepts and at least helped her with her future business. 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 …

Nina Fortuna (Slovenia/Web Design) and Magid Issar Motamedian (Spain/Web Design)

Nina Fortuna: “I already knew a lot about graphic design and web design. What I learned during the stay abroad is how to build concepts for design and how to present concepts to potential clients. Also through this I learned how to communicate and organise my work better. I would definitely encourage anybody to participate in this programme. It was a very positive experience being a part of this programme, not only because I gained new skills, that will help me in building and managing my own business, but also because I was living in another country, learned a new language and got to know a new culture.” Weiterlesen …

Bojan Blažica (Slovenia/Gardening) and Antonio Solinas (Italy/IT)

The EYE exchange was the beginning of a fruitful partnership between Bojan and Antonio. They became not only business partners, but much more than that. It was not just about learning how to interpret the role of an executive in a research-oriented company, but also about national culture, music, watching their 2-years aged daughters play together. Weiterlesen …