Recent testimonies of successful business networking - Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme
Period of exchange: 01/2019 until 03/2019
Duration of exchange: 11 weeks
Menno van Dam is a new entrepreneur from the Netherlands whose current activities revolve around entrepreneurship innovation tech and startups. He already started his business and - by facilitating new value creation - Menno is bringing international tech talent to the Netherlands by launching Landing.jobs the host entrepreneur's business to tap into a new market in the Netherlands. He is helping Portuguese startups/Scale-ups/SME’s/ with their international strategy by connecting them to the expertise they need.
The entrepreneurs worked together to check the feasibility of the new entrepreneur international strategy service and the possibility for him to expand his business in Portugal. The NE and the HE worked together to explore the opportunities for the NE’s business to be expanded in the Netherlands. The work activities consisted of two parts. The first part was to explore if there was a need for a tailored international strategy service in Portugal. This was the NE’s project and the work activities to achieve this validation were diverse. After some fine tuning of the NE’s plan and strategy the HE introduced the NE to entrepreneurs from his network in need of international strategy support. The NE contacted them started a LinkedIn campaign and attended events related to startups. The second part of the activities was supporting landing.jobs in their launch of the Dutch market. The NE supported the HE with research for landing.festival and did campaigns to get new clients for the HE.
The benefits achieved by the HE: research slides on if how when whom and where to bring the landing.festival to the Netherlands meetings with potential clients new clients from NL subsc
For more information, please contact the local contact points involved in the exchange:
New entrepreneur's contact point:
Host entrepreneur's contact point:
QUARTER MEDIATION (Utrecht)
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