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Young Armenian entrepreneur Meri Vardanyan from Sevan, spent six months in the Spanish city of Cesantes with the EU-funded Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Exchange Programme, hosted by a female entrepreneur from Spain.
With a degree in economics from a university in Armenia, a project management diploma from Geneva University in Switzerland, a degree in international relations from the prestigious London School of Economics in the UK, and 18 years of living and working in Switzerland, Artush Yeghiazaryan could have remained comfortably settled in Western Europe.
Armenia’s small businesses get a boost, and EU lending finds new local banks to work as conduits as the country makes a geopolitical shift.
David Davtyan and Lena Sargsyan, a young couple living in Stepanavan, have, over fifteen years of their joint life, proven by their example that work is creativity and that it gives real joy in life. Today, they are creating and implementing future-oriented business plans that will contribute to the prosperity of not only themselves, but also the community.
The family of Karine Heriknazyan and Artashes Karapetyan lives in Spitak community of Lori marz. Before marriage, Karine Heriknazyan never thought that there would be a job that would be as close to her heart as medicine.

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