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The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs program brings together people who want to start a business with experienced entrepreneurs from all over Europe!
Apply with your CV and business plan.
The program is addressed to founders from Germany with up to 3 years of entrepreneurial experience.
Travel and accommodation costs for new entrepreneurs are subsidised by the European Union. The amount perceived per month depends on the cost of living in the country you choose to go to. You can check the list of countries and grants here.
- Online application
- Program acceptance and access to the data base with the host entrepreneurs’ profiles
- Matching and submission of the working plan
- Collaboration within the company of the host entrepreneur
1 to 6 months
Project Manager International Cooperation
Senior Project Leader International Cooperation
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can participate in the program?
Entrepreneurs from the EU outermost regions and the Oversears Countries and Territories (OCTs) are also eligible to participate.
Please note that participation in the program is not based on nationality but on fulfilling the program’s eligibility critieria with regards to permanent residence in one of the participating countries.
What will I do during the exchange?
The host entrepreneur (HE) hosts a new entrepreneur (NE) from a different country at his/her company in order to work on projects for mutual benefit. The HE provides mentorship and gives the NE advice on how to develop his/her business.
Can I choose my own exchange partner?
How long does it take before my exchange can start?
Where can I find more specific information about Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs?
Please find more information on the webpage: https://erasmus-entrepreneurs.eu/
Program GuideProgram for participants 2018
How to enter a foreign market
Due to the pioneer nature of the business, LARALAB has planned to expand into other countries, starting with Italy. Hence, Mario Becherer decided to participate in the EYE program and go to Turin to work side by side with Luigi Tealdi, founder of the namesake legal services consultancy office, thus acquiring inside key knowledge of the Italian market and its financial and regulatory characteristics. Moreover, thanks to his Host Entrepreneur’s broad network and hands-on advice, Mario established new valuable business contacts, meeting even new clients.
After this successful three-month exchange, Mario returned to his team in Munich to work on the next step: conquering the CE mark.