Sara Idzig (Slovenia/Health and wellness) and Dimitrios Zachos (Greece/Health and Wellness)

Sara Idzig (NE): “I have decided to participate in the EYE program because I wanted to experience how a successful dance-movement therapeutic company works and survives even in challenging times such as the Covid19-year. I am much of a kinaesthetic learner who needs to try out things to really understand the mechanism behind them. Having a chance to learn from the experienced entrepreneur who happened to work in the same field as my profession is, was a not-to-miss opportunity for me. I was not sure what to expect but I got exactly what I needed, not only for my professional development but also for my personal growth. My fears, doubts, and questions around ‘how’ to become a successful young entrepreneur were grounded through this monthly exchange. I strongly believe that it is through relationships that we exist, develop, and become. And it is only now that I am starting to understand that the same logic is true in business. I am determined to start focusing on relationships in a broader context, using my psychotherapeutic knowledge to enrich and extend my business network. From there on I am sure I can not only grow but become – an actual entrepreneur. I am grateful for EYE and the HE and I hope Greek-Slovenian collaboration extends past the dates planned for future projects with the HE.” Weiterlesen …

Miro Šarić (Croatia/Education and Catering) and Tomaž Humar (Education and Catering, Slovenia)

Tomaž Humar (HE): “Miro is a wonderful person and I am sure he will be a successful future entrepreneur. He is very dedicated to his business idea and was of great help to me and my business. I learned a lot from his wide Ayurveda knowledge and his consulting services perfectly complemented my activities. Actually, he helped me acquire new customers and offered added value to my business. I am pretty sure we will collaborate also in the near future”. Weiterlesen …

Maja Kaninska (Serbia/Communication) and Milutin Jošić (Slovenia/Consulting, Marketing, and Communication)

Milutin Jošič (HE): “At the very beginning, young entrepreneurs need to get confidence through knowledge and practical experience on the field. Maja is a hard-working person, very focused and goal-oriented, with excellent analytical and communication skills. It was a unique opportunity for me to mentor her. The best reward was when I noticed how she was gradually becoming more and more independent and self-confident while she was fastly learning both in our office and on the field. After six months of exchange, she is ready to run her own business, and it will be my pleasure to continue collaborating with her on a professional level in the coming months.” Weiterlesen …

Lenka Vsetulova (Czech Republic/Sustainable Architecture) and David Kodarin (Slovenia/Sustainable Architecture and Design)

David Kodarin (HE): “I was looking for someone to share my entrepreneurial passion for products and designs with an impact on the environment in terms of sustainability. Lenka was the ideal type of young entrepreneur to work with as she is very motivated and at the same time shows deep respect for the life around her and for nature. I believe that we really need skilled and sensitive entrepreneurs such as Lenka, and I hope to stay in touch with her to be able to share new entrepreneurial endeavors together.” Weiterlesen …

Ana Korošec (Slovenia/Education) and Noelia Villarino Miño (Spain/Education and training services)

I think that Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a perfect programme where you could obtain new knowledge and gain experience for a better quality of your work or to develop your company. It is also an opportunity to go abroad and learn how the experts are dealing with the different challenges. I learned a lot about how to be creative and find solutions in unexpected situations. 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 …

Špela Mazovec (Slovenia/Restaurant and sustainable development) and Filip Brničević (Restaurant and social entrepreneurship)

Špela Mazovec (NE): “I had an amazing experience – I met a lot of new people, gained new contacts, knowledge, got a motivation to start on my own. I recommend it to everyone who is seeking not only business development but a life experience to participate in the program.” Weiterlesen …

Barbara Vogrinčič (Slovenia/Health) and Jasmina Apostolović (Netherlands/Health)

Barbara Vogrinčič (NE): “Information “How to run your own business” I might get during studying management books. But to see a passionate and successful entrepreneur how he/she can manage everything to run smoothly, it is needed to be on the front-line. For a new entrepreneur it is very important to have connections and opportunities, which can help establish an enterprise and later on make it successful. EYE is one of the opportunities, which is good to exploit. Not only because of first-hand knowledge, but also because of business ties with companies abroad.” Weiterlesen …