Annual report 2012


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Welcome to Ex-Change!

Entrepreneurs in the South are an important motor for local development: entrepreneurs can make development aid superfluous.

Yet entrepreneurial expertise is not always readily available for companies and organisations in the South. Ex-Change wants to meet that demand by offering short-term support, at cost, by experts (mainly Europeans).

If your organisation or company could benefit from expertise - be it to improve your production processes, to re-think your marketing, etc..., - please fill out our on-line application form.


Ex-Change vzw supports:

entrepreneurship and sustainable growth by providing:

  • Top-level voluntary expertise

  • Global networks

For applicants:

  • SME’s or institutes

  • Organisations supporting SME development in their country

  • Who are ready for the next step

  • Who could benefit from expert advice


Projects in Malawi:

Real people - real employment




  • To celebrate our 10 years of existence, Ex-Change made an anthology of projects, selected from the more than 1,200 projects implemented to date.



    New Ex-Change in Viet Nam


    Ex-Change is now also active in Viet Nam. Vietnamese Companies or organisations interested in expertise support can click here for further details.


    "Ex-Change vzw" hỗ trợ doanh nghiệp Việt Nam phát triển.


  • BUSINESS PLANNING challenges....? We receive a lot of applications for Business Planning projects. This presentation guides you through the basics of Business Planning and may already be an important support for your business planning efforts (presentation developed and designed by Marc Ceuppens).

  • Take a look at our new open projects

  • We are looking for Spanish-speaking experts for our projects in Peru and Ecuador


Dirk Vyncke

"Entrepreneurs of small and medium-sized companies can provide sustainable economic growth. This growth will have an instant positive effect on the lives of many people."

Dirk Vyncke

Chairman of Ex-Change





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