Our Partners

The Budapest Business School, one of the determinants of Hungarian business education, has been created as a result of the merger of three colleges of economy of Budapest and the integration of their professional potential. The mission of the school is to train students for business careers in which practical skills- based on theoretical knowledge- are needed.


The Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry [BCCI] has been established in 1850 and is a public corporation of entrepreneurs of the capital city. BCCI represents craftsmen, traders, artisans and other service providers and their general interests via delegates, corporates and leaders elected by them, from the membership.

MAC-Team is the European Multi Actors Cooperation network.
"Multi Actors" means that MAC-Team originates or participates to projects in which all the stakeholders of a problem or a topic are involved at a stage or another stage of the project in order to find appropriate solutions.
It also supports Open Innovation and Quadruple Helix approaches.

Lahti University of Applied Sciences (LUAS) is a multidisciplinary centre of expertise (higher education institution) with 5,000 students and 220 full-time teaching staff. LUAS is an active research & development & innovation (R&D&I) organisation promoting entrepreneurship and small business development.

The Employers and Craftsmen Association [ECA] or [APM] in Romanian is an independent, not for profit, legal entity for the establishment and development of private firms and independent entrepreneurs. ECA is a representative employers' organization in the North-Western part of Romania, with more than 1,200 SMEs as members.

Main objective of NPO Lean Enterprise Estonia is to provide training and consultancy in the field of operation management and lean thinking. Its goal is to raise competitiveness, profitability and productivity of Estonian industry through introduction of Lean Thinking and development of production management systems. 

Babes-Bolyai University [BBU] is a public higher education institute to promote and sustain the development of specific cultural components within the local, regional, national and international community. BBU includes 21 faculties, offers 248 study programmes and has more than 53,000 students (incl. more than 1,600 students in Lifelong Learning programmes and more than 8,500 students in distance learning programmes).