Trainings of foreign experts continue at "Startup School".
Classes by foreign experts continue successfully at the "StartUp School" which is created jointly with the Enterprise Azerbaijan portal of the Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication and the "Ozmen Entrepreneurship Center" of the University of Nevada, USA.
The "StartUp School" participants showed great interest in "Market entry modes and other practical aspects of conducting business in the U.S." training by Program Coordinator Ph.D. of Business Collage, the University of Nevada Pawel Pietrasienski.
The expert stated that the objective of this course is to provide students with practical knowledge about various aspects of doing business in the US, particularly in the state of Nevada. Federal, state, and regional programs and initiatives that can be useful for Azerbaijani startups when entering the US market were brought to the attention of startups, and the importance of the "4Cs" Acceleration model was highlighted.
1) Competitive admission
2) Periodic character
4) Customer development was explained to the participants
Then they were given tasks for the next lesson:
• Why are Acceleration programs so popular in the US?
• How do Accelerations differ from Incubations?
• The role of foreign bridging organizations and why most are located in the US?
• Best US Acceleration programs and how to prepare for the application process?
It should be noted that 9 projects (teams) selected at the end of the trainings will participate in the mentoring program at the Incubation Center of SABAH.Lab for 2 weeks. Special experts will determine the winners of the first 3 places among the projects.
The operator of the www.enterpriseazerbaijan.gov.az portal is the Center for Analysis of Economic Reforms and Communication. The portal was created according to the Decree of President Ilham Aliyev dated September 19, 2018 "On additional measures to support competitive domestic production in the non-oil sector".
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