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The route to success

YOUNG entrepreneurs are being encouraged to access a funding programme to gain experience with a mentor in Europe.

The Erasmus For Young Entrepreneurs is an EU-funded international business exchange initiative.

Under the programme, an entrepreneur intending to start a company, or having just started one, can get first-hand coaching from an entrepreneur from another country, over six months.

New entrepreneurs receive a grant from the EU for their stay abroad according to the programme, which was launched by Dublin Chamber of Commerce and the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Enterprise Board.