Frequently Asked Questions : Eligibility of Host Entrepreneurs
Can an NE or HE from an EU outermost region participate in the programme? Yes, the EU has eight regions that are geographically very distant from the European continent but that still form an integral part of the EU member countries they belong. However,...
They are currently no intermediary organisations in Malta, FYROM, Armenia, Moldova and Luxembourg.  It is unusual for host entrepreneurs from these countries to participate in the programme, as there are no intermediary organisations on site to provide le...
Following the European Union definition of small and medium-sized enterprise [1], entrepreneurs running a franchise can participate in the programme. However, an exchange between two franchisors of the same company is strictly forbidden. Links: ------...
A host entrepreneur is a successful and experienced entrepreneur, with a minimum of three years experience in his/her own business.
The current condition for all entrepreneurs, regardless of their nationality, applying for the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme, is to be a permanent resident in one of theparticipating country [1]. Entrepreneurs from Switzerland can participa...
Yes, interested host entrepreneurs must have their ‘PERMANENT RESIDENCE' [http://www.erasmus-entrepreneurs.eu/page.php?cid=06&pid=019&faqcat=15&faqid=119]in an EU MEMBER STATE OR IN ANY OF THE OTHER PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES [HTTP://WWW.ERASMUS-ENTREPRENEUR...
According to the European definition of a small and medium-sized enterprise [1] (SME), an association is considered a SME providing it meets the following criteria: * the association must be regularly engaged in an economic activity; * the associat...
Yes, a successful entrepreneur running a family business may participate as a host entrepreneur providing he/she meets the eligibility criteria [1] set by the programme. Links: ------ [1] http://www.erasmus-entrepreneurs.eu/page.php?pid=009
Yes, according to the European Union definition of micro, small and medium-sized enterprise [1], self-employed professionals are considered entrepreneurs. Independent professionals can participate in the programme as host entrepreneurs, provided that the ...
Yes, entrepreneurs running incubators may participate in the programme as host entrepreneurs providing they meet the eligibility requirements [1] set by the programme for host entrepreneurs. Links: ------ [1] http://www.erasmus-entrepreneurs.eu/page.p...
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