In the heart of Tenerife, Danas Zymonas envisioned transforming raw skulls into meticulously hand-carved masterpieces. His creations are a symbol of sustainable art and captivate a wide spectrum of enthusiasts, from art collectors to interior designers. It was here that Danas, the passionate artist behind these skull wonders, collaborated with Augusta Imbrasiene, the brains behind Innovatorium. The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs program served as their backdrop - a stage that promised mutual growth hurdles and unparalleled success.
Their collaboration kicked off with an in-depth exploration of market dynamics. Augusta mentored Danas on articulating a clear business vision, setting concrete goals and strategizing innovatively. They worked diligently to extend Danas' clientele and build robust supplier- relations, forging ties with prominent interior designers and avid collectors.
Danas brought a distinct artistic flair to the partnership with his commitment to expanding his skull carving business. Augusta, the seasoned entrepreneur, shared her invaluable knowledge of business strategy and international market development. Through this exchange, both reaped remarkable rewards!
For more information, please contact the local contact points involved in the exchange:
New entrepreneur's contact point:European social entrepreneurship and innovative studies institute
(Kaunas, Lithuania) Host entrepreneur's contact point:Fundación CEEI Albacete
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