The FABUSS Project
The FABUSS (FAmily BUsiness Successful Succession) project is a 24 months ERASMUS YOUTH project which aims at helping young persons related to family business become able and effective successors. Its target group consists of 18-35 years old persons who wish to take over their family business at some point in the future. These aspiring successors need skills and knowledge to effectively develop the business by applying new innovative strategies, including extension of their markets, through networking and cooperation with similar enterprises in other countries.
To Identify and highlight best practices for training and supporting next generation family business leaders.
To equip next generation leaders with required knowledge, skills and networks – national and international.
To strengthen next generation leaders’ knowledge and skills, by exposing them to transnational good practices, expertise and team work with target group members from other countries.
To support the longevity of family business, their renewal and internationalisation in order to strengthen their socio-economic contribution.
FABUSS Coordinator - Greece
The FABUSS Pilot Training programme started being implemented in three partner countries (Bulgaria, Italy and Greece). Later in
Training sessions are about to start in all project partner countries. They will run for 3 months and
At the end of February 2018, FABUSS partners met in Nicosia to review the project 1st Year’s achievements
FABUSS Newsletter no. 2 has just been published. See more.
A 6-days Training of Trainers Workshop was organised in Skopje. More than 20 trainers from all partner organisations
FABUSS Newsletter No.1 – October 2017, in 6 languages, is uploaded – click HERE to view
Αll National and Synthesis Reports on: “The Environment for Family Business” and on “Skill Gaps and Training Needs
On 21 September 2017, Professors Stoytchev and Todorov, of FABUSS partner institution in Bulgaria and Hassid from ACCI, the
The 2nd FABUSS Partners’ Meeting took place in Sofia on 19-20 September 2017, with the Bulgarian partner IPS, as
Two series of FABUSS Reports (National for 6 countries and Synthesis): “The Environment for Family Businesses” and “Survey of