Investors of Silicon Valley of the US at UNEC

10 MARCH 2017 | VIEWS:

A delegation headed by a Chairman of the Company “Global Catalyst Partners”, a venture capital investor Kamran Elahian visited UNEC. Rector, Professor Adalat Muradov informed the guests about the projects implemented and cooperation opportunities of UNEC that intends to occupy a place among the world-class universities. He delivered the information about the Undergraduate Program of the London University/London School of Economics (LSE) realized in 4 best economy-oriented universities of QS Ranking System, Dual Diploma Programs implemented by the Montpellier University of France and the cooperation links with the leading Turkish universities.

A.Muradov spoke about the Innovative Business Incubator, projects carried out here and the support rendered by the university, which want to become innovative.

A venture capital investor Kamran Elahian who visits our country in connection with the program jointly implemented with the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan in ICT, assessed the performances of the Innovative Business Incubator established at UNEC positively. Debates on involving the international experts, organizing joint events, conducting exchange of experiences, rendering support for the access of start-up projects realized here to international arena and students’ travelling to Silicon Valley were made within the meeting.

Meeting with UNEC students, Kamran Elahian spoke about the ways to transform start- ups into the business and revealed secrets of involving investors in start-ups. At the same time, he talked about the ways of determining successful ideas for start-ups and incubator mentors’ activities.

Start-ups operating in the Innovative Business Incubator of UNEC provided the guest with the information about the Innovative Business Incubator of UNEC and revealed the problems they face within the work. Investor Kamran Elahian expressed his support on the projects realized at UNEC. He delivered the information about the opportunities for becoming real companies and involving venture capital in this field.

UNEC students’ questions were answered in the end.


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