EYE PROGRAMME 
At Helpingnetworks (HN) we are proud to be part of the European exchange programme for entrepreneurs (Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs). We are one of the intermediate bodies chosen to develop this EU programme in Ireland, for us it is a great responsibility as it is our first experience, it is also a great challenge but we face it with the same enthusiasm as the entrepreneurs to whom this programme is addressed, after all, to participate in this project for the first time is a way to undertake, as will the future entrepreneurs who decide to be part of this programme. HN is therefore the link between entrepreneurs and companies in Ireland for this exchange programme from February 2020.
The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a transnational exchange programme which offers new entrepreneurs and people who wish to set up a business the opportunity to learn from experienced entrepreneurs who run small businesses in other participating countries.
The exchange of experiences takes place in the framework of stays with experienced entrepreneurs during which the new entrepreneurs can acquire the necessary skills to run a small or medium-sized company. The hosts benefit from a new perspective on their business and acquire the opportunity to cooperate with foreign partners or to get to know new markets.
Who is this programme for? 
New entrepreneurs who are seriously planning to set up their own business or have done so within the last three years.
Experienced entrepreneurs who own or manage a small or medium-sized business in the participating countries as partners.  
 
More information on how to participate in the programme here.
Your local contact point here.  
If you want to know first-hand about this experience, click on this link and you will be able to see the experience of a Spanish entrepreneur in Ireland. 
 
 

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