Astana Hub launches startup school
How to open a startup, where to start to implement the idea, how to attract an investor and what nuances should novice entrepreneurs know about? These and many other questions will be answered by experts from the international technopark and well-known businesspeople in the IT industry. Astana Hub launched a new course for beginners. According to the organizers, over 600 participants have already applied. They are not only from Kazakhstan but also from other countries. The training will take place online on a specialized platform and will be completely free of charge. The main thing is the desire to gain new knowledge, the technopark stressed.
“We will have Marat Tulebayev among the teachers of this course. He is an investor, business angel and a very experienced tech entrepreneur. We will also have speakers like Alina Abdrakhmanova, who is the director of the business school. She was also formerly the Head of the Geneva Business School in Nur-Sultan. Also among our speakers there is Rinata Ilyubayeva. She is the head of the company and startup Kompra,” said Aibar Ussenov, the spokesperson of Astana Hub.
In total, there will be about 20 eminent speakers, who will share their knowledge with those who are just preparing to start their own business, the course developers say. The course will last two weeks. Astana Hub believes that in the future those who graduate from this startup school will become good founders of new projects.
Translation by Assem Zhanmukhanova
Edited by Saule Mukhamejanova