About the ResC-EWE Project
Failing is basic to becoming a successful business.
It teaches us how to do better – and be better.
So why do we see failure as something shameful?
By upskilling entrepreneurs on how to build resilience, the ResC-EWE project wants to change existing paradigms and contribute to more sustainably growing economies across Europe.
The ResC-EWE project continues the mission of the Early Warning Europe project that provides free counseling to businesses in distress and holds a proven record of excellence within the field of risk prevention and early mitigation.
The ResC-EWE project is co-financed from the Erasmus +Programme of the European Union, within the program Forward-Looking projects.
Partners of ResC-EWE
Business Development Centre Central Denmark
Erhvervshus Midtjylland is a non-profit organisation, established to help both national and foreign entrepreneurs and SMEs in the Central Denmark Region.
Business Development Centre Central Denmark is partly financed by national and regional authorities and employs around 60 people – roughly 30 of these are business consultants.
Business Development Centre Central Denmark has managed the Early Warning programme in Denmark since 2007.
Fundacja Firmy Rodzinne (Family Businesses Foundation)
Fundacja Firmy Rodzinne is a not-for-profit organization founded in 2011, which integrates the family businesses community, raises awareness of issues concerning those types of businesses, their owners, and employees.
Small Enterprises’ Institute of the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen, and Merchants (IME GSEVEE)
Since 1919, the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen, and Merchants (GSEVEE) has represented employers of small enterprises and self-employed professionals with business activity in manufacturing, trade, and services.
Athens Chamber of Tradesmen
The Athens Chamber of Tradesmen is a public entity founded in 1925.
It is the Chamber with the largest number of members in Greece: more than 100.000 active members in the commerce and services sector.
JAMK University of Applied Sciences
JAMK University of Applied Sciences (JAMK) is an international higher education institution with expertise in eight different fields of study.
JAMK offers first and second-cycle degree education, open studies, continuing education, tailored training courses, expert services based on the needs of the working life.
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