Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs – Time for fresh ideas

The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a program of transnational exchanges that offers new entrepreneurs and people who want to create a business the opportunity to learn from experienced entrepreneurs who run small businesses in other countries of the European Union.

iED provides support to experienced entrepreneurs so that they can host an entrepreneur from another country in the European Union from 1 to 6 months, provided that they meet the following requirements:

  • Owning a manager or being part of the board of directors of an SME
  • More than three years running his own company
  • He/she interested in sharing knowledge and experiences with a new entrepreneur and playing a role of mentor.

The new entrepreneur will spend time in your company, contributing to its development while you share your business experience with him.

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Thodoris Alexandrou Business Development Manager

Thodoris is the Business Development Manager. He holds a MSc in Services Management from the Economics University of Athens with specialization in Business Consultancy. Having worked in different job positions in iED the past years, he has developed expertise in business counselling in SMEs, startups and unemployed, business reengineering, financial management and marketing strategies.

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs – Time for fresh ideas


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