Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs (EYE) is a cross-border exchange programme initiated by the European Commission in 2009.
In Greek, Taifa means “family.” Thanks to the large family of strangers who helped in them at the beginning, some with equipment, some with money or advice, Oleksandr Chymchykovskiy, now Taifa’s deputy director, was able to establish a small farm. With this kind of support, his company has continued to operate ever since fighting broke out in the region.
If there is a way to do something better, the founders of the platform Go To-U will find it. Lyubov Artemenko and her partners are on a mission to advance greener road transport: their Go To-U platform makes charging electric vehicles a smooth and effortless experience.
Liubaretske is an agribusiness located in the small village of Liubartsi – an hour’s drive from Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The company produces cereals – soy, corn and wheat – and is among 550 companies which have benefited from the financing of the EU4Business-EBRD Credit Line.
Furniture surrounds us everywhere: at work, at home, in public spaces. A key part of comfort for humans, it’s impossible to imagine how uncomfortable life would be without such familiar things as tables, chairs, desks and beds.