Corporate innovations: how Astana Hub solves the issues of digitalization and process automation.
Modern technologies are becoming more and more complex, and process automation, especially in large companies, is not a luxury, but a necessity. At the end of November, Talgat Maratov, Chief Manager of the Corporate Innovation Office of Astana Hub, visited the Almaty Household Appliances Plant as part of a free diagnostics program. We talked with Talgat about the problems of corporations that the IT sector can solve, and what role startups play in this.
Astana Hub signed a partnership agreement with Google for Startups (GfS) in April 2022 and became the first partner in the Central Asia region
Astana Hub together with GfS announces the launch of an accelerator for startups from Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan), Azerbaijan and Mongolia.
Astana Hub hosted the first meeting of the Advisory Board
Astana Hub has formed an advisory body - the Advisory Council, which is designed to ensure the transparency of the IT technopark, provide expertise and recommendations on the registration of residents, the participation of startups in the Hub's projects, as well as the evaluation of the effectiveness and results of programs.
Astana Hub has launched a program to prepare startups for scaling abroad
Last year, 94 Kazakhstani IT companies signed contracts and agreements worth $886 thousand and attracted investments worth more than $300 thousand. Such grandiose results in just 8 weeks became possible thanks to the Scalerator acceleration program from Astana Hub.
Astana Hub resident provided a digital educational program on startups to 127 universities of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Participants of the 9th Astana Hub acceleration stream, the team startup-course.com We have introduced a syllabus of an educational discipline called "Startups and technological entrepreneurship" into the curricula of several universities in the country.
12 thousand Kazakhstani teachers will take a course of digital inclusive education
The representative office of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Kazakhstan together with the international technopark of IT startups Astana Hub plan to train more than 12 thousand teachers in 11 regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the basics of digital inclusive education in a mixed format.