In 2009, the European Commission launched the Erasmus program for young entrepreneurs “to enable new entrepreneurs to acquire skills essential to the good management of a small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) by training with an experienced entrepreneur national of another Member State of the European Union (EU)  “The objective is to help young entrepreneurs to meet an experienced...Read More
Since 2015, ECLEE has supported the development of Djagora University in Africa, which aims to participate in the economic development of the continent through education. Since the start of the 2016-2017 academic year, ECLEE has provided its expertise in educational innovation for the creation of the Djagora Academy (DjA) Finishing School program in Tunisia. In...Read More
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