BCCI has started work on a new project under the Erasmus programme

The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has started work on a new project under the Erasmus programme for young entrepreneurs. This week, the first project event was held in Brussels. The projects aims to establish successful partnerships and exchange of experience between new or aspiring entrepreneurs and experienced entrepreneurs running small businesses in other countries participating in the programme.

BCCI is part of a consortium comprising 8 partners from 7 countries (Italy – leading, Spain, Germany, Latvia, Armenia, Bulgaria and Turkey).

Over a period of three years, BCCI will focus its efforts on facilitating the establishment of more than 20 partnerships. According to the programme rules, new entrepreneurs receive financial support for their stay in a host company for a period of 1 to 6 months.

The programme can offer tremendous added value for businesses: the potential benefits include sharing knowledge and experience, contacts and cooperation across Europe, establishing new commercial relations or finding international markets.

For more information visit the programme website:   


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