The FINANCIAL -- After studying in Lithuania under the EU-supported Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme, two entrepreneurs from the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia opened a beauty salon and a co-working space for businesspeople in their home.
A new article shared on the Facebook page of the EU Delegation to Ukraine presents stories of Ukrainian entrepreneurs who, after training under the “Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs” programme, launched their own projects in the country.
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a cross-border exchange programme which gives new or aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to learn from experienced entrepreneurs running small businesses in other participating countries.
This programme helps small entrepreneurs with up to three years of experience to learn from their European colleagues. An exchange visit lasts from one to six months, with an opportunity to visit several countries and several practicing businesspeople.