Promoting entrepreneurship and innovative business environments, Russian Venture Company RVC (PBK - www.rusventure.ru) is conducting a three-day training sessions on April 15-17 entitled "How to Create Start-ups and Attract Investments". Luys Foundation is the organizer of the training, and Ayb Educational Foundation is the RVC’s Armenian partner and the host of the event.
In our global knowledge-based economy, promoting start-up businesses is one of the key factors for the country’s progress and development. The aim of this training is to create an environment where leading experts from the innovative business sphere provide professional consultation and share their knowledge and experience with the participants as well as establish opportunities for businesses, connecting start-up companies, investors, students, professors, government agencies and innovative sectors representatives of the economy as well as others interested in the business sector.
Training participants will have the opportunity to:
- acquire knowledge as well as professional and practical skills in innovative business;
- be provided with professional consultancy and guidance to develop their start-up business ideas, creating a new platform and the opportunity to attract investments;
- establish connections with different representatives from the entrepreneurial ecosystem and discover new perspectives on innovative business practices.
Training date and time
April 15-17, 2015, at 10am - 6pm
Ayb High School (Address: Yerevan, Tbilisi Highway 11/11)
20,000 AMD per person (includes printouts for the three-day training, coffee break and lunch)
25,000 AMD per person (includes printouts for the three-day training, coffee break, lunch and dinner with teams)
Expert trainer in Venture Business and Innovative Programs Management
Specialist in Sales Management and Business Development, Expert in Business Diversification
The training is designed for:
- potential and experienced investors
- representatives from financial institutions
- representatives from state agencies and innovative economic sectors
- representatives of institutional organizations
- others interested in entrepreneurship
representatives are encouraged to participate in the training who will receive practical advice on how to develop their start-ups and attract investments.
Twenty start-up companies may take part in the training. Places are limited.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Preferred start-up business areas
Start-up representatives working in other fields may also apply.
- Information Technologies
- Medicine and Health
- Ecology and Mining Industry
- Transportation Systems
- Alternative Energy Sources
- Agricultural Technology