NESsT Europe has been selected by the European Commission as one of the contact points for the programme Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, which promotes knowledge exchange, idea-sharing and cross-border networking between aspiring entrepreneurs and experienced businessmen.
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs allows wannabe entrepreneurs to learn directly from more experienced managers of small and medium businesses in other countries participating to the program. Both parties benefit from this exchange of experiences: new entrepreneurs can acquire and master new skills to run their business in the most effective way while hosts can rely on a fresh look on their opportunities and deepen their knowledge of foreign markets.
Therefore, NESsT is currently looking for:
a) entrepreneurs of SMEs as hosts
b) people aiming at becoming entrepreneurs who will have a practical learning experience abroad (scholarship funded)
More information on how to apply: erasmus-entrepreneurs.eu
EuCham is currently applying for the European Commission project call GRO/SME/16/B/06 “Improving SMEs' access to public procurement” and searching for a project to join for contributing with its expertise.
EuCham is based in Budapest, Hungary and operates in a variety of fields, including:
- Business and economics
- Entrepreneurship and mentoring programs
- Environment and sustainability
- SME competitiveness
- Business ethics
- Social & gender equality in business
EuCham cordially invites you to the Business Breakfast with dr. Imre Balogh -Director of DUBT, organised by SloHun, the Slovenian-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce.
DUBT is the Slovenian Bank Assets Management Company (BAMC), owned by the Republic of Slovenia with the task of facilitating the restructuring of banks with systemic importance that were facing severe solvency and liquidity problems.
The breakfast will take place in Mamaison Hotel Andrassy (1062 Andrassy út 111).
Ticket: 8000 HUF for non-members.
Date and venue: Mon 06 June, Budapest
Today a Maker - Tomorrow an Entrepreneur
Thinking vs. Doing
EuCham is glad to introduce you the European Maker Week Budapest event as its official partner. The aim of this European Commission initiative is to create awareness about the value of the Maker Movement by fostering creativity and innovation all over Europe. The Maker Movement refers to people employing do-it-yourself and do-it-with-others techniques with the purpose of developing innovative solutions as well as unique technologies and products.
The event is hosted by CEU Business School and will focus on Robotics and 3D Technology.
Date and venue: Budapest, CEU Business School (Frankel Leó út 30-34, Budapest, Hungary, H-1023), Thursday 2nd June, 6 pm
Event link: Facebook
EuCham is glad to introduce you the Startup Safary Budapest, an event that offers you the chance to have an inside look at the most interesting startups in the city. During the 2-day event you can visit startups, VCs, accelerators, incubators and co-working spaces, meet their founders and team members.
Need a job? What better way than to visit the potential company of your dreams first hand. Want to get to know the Budapest startup ecosystem and network amongst peers? Join us for our several networking events!
The event takes place in startup offices around the city. Workshops, office tours, parties, networking & recruiting sessions are all to be expected!
Use EuCham promotional code to get up to 40% discount on ticket purchases. The code is : SafaryLovesEuCham
Venue and dates: Budapest, 21-22 April 2016
More information on budapest.startupsafary.com
EuCham is partner of the CEE Strategic Shared Services Conference, the only event in the region tackling the current most pressing issues faced by managers across the region, highlighting challenges such as recruitment, attrition, process automation, continuous improvement, technology integration or internal communication to name a few.
Designed around the concept of the “SSCs’ 4 Strategic Pillars”, the conference will attract 70+ SSC practitioners from all over CEE to learn, share experiences and network during the 2 days of conference and 1 day of practical “site visit” at 2 of our partnering SSCs.
Venue and dates: Boscolo Hotel Budapest, 11-13 May 2016.
More information on budapest.ceessc.com
Part of the Business skills development course, EuCham will organize a training related to Corporate and personal branding. This training will offer participants the opportunity to get more practical skills how to create an impressive corporate and personal brand and encourage them to use the obtained knowledge in their future career. It will boost their confidence in liaisoning with business and institutional counterparts.
The two-hour training session will enable participants to attract collaborating partners and customers while building a network and mutual beneficial relationships, which will ultimately help them getting new business opportunities and expand their influence.
More about the Business skills development course and upcoming training sessions: eucham.eu/training/businessskillsdevelopment
Tue 24 Nov 2015, 6:30pm (registration at 6:00pm)
Training delivered by EuCham - European Chamber
Trainer: Ms Tünde Benyovszky (HU) and guest lecturers
The training is in Hungarian (other languages e.g. English, German are available on request), duration 2 hours, registration at 6 pm.
Undoubtedly, the prominence of entrepreneurships and start-ups has significantly changed since the turn of the century with these concepts becoming more commonplace in contemporary society. The regional diversity enjoyed by Europe and local policies play a significant role within its startup ecosystem. What if we could learn and share startup experiences at a European level? The aim of the Startup Europe Week, an initiative to unite European regions, is to help entrepreneurs make a difference and in turn aid the development of the business environment in Europe. Endorsed by the European Commission, EuCham - European Chamber co-organised the Budapest edition of the startup event at Design Terminal on 2 February 2016.
EuCham - European Chamber, in cooperation with Korean government institutions, offered an international internship opportunity to nine Korean engineering students, with the aim of acquiring global entrepreneurship and business development skills through an exchange in Europe.
Mentorship, training sessions, and networking opportunities were provided to them in Central Europe during 4 months. The participants came from two universities, Andong Science College, and Yeungnam University College with two different startup projects of their own.