Bloggers and journalists from Poland visited Astana Hub for the first time
How Astana Hub works, how many startups have “grown up” within the walls of the technopark, and what the uniqueness of the Alem programming school was learned by journalists and bloggers from Poland. The visit to Astana Hub took place today, December 9, as part of an information tour in Nur-Sultan.
Representatives of the publications Burda Media Polska, Wirtualna Polska, Specjalistka od Wakacji, Ringier Axel Springer Polska, Bonnier Business Polska, as well as the travel company Nowa Itaka Sp. z o.o. got acquainted with the work of the technopark. Employees of the International Relations Office and the PR Office spoke about the history of the Astana Hub, presented areas of activity and types of programs to support startups at all levels.
During the visit, the guests looked at the Kazakhstan Blockchain Day forum, and also visited the Alem school, where students learn popular programming languages without teachers and grades.
- I am impressed by your IT start-up technopark. To be honest, I did not expect that there is such a large modern center in Kazakhstan where young people can learn programming, and all conditions for development are created for startups. I think that today Astana Hub is making a big contribution to improving the economy of your country, - journalist Sylvester Sakharchuk, an employee of the online newspaper Bonnier Business Polska, shared his impressions.
It should be noted that Astana Hub is constantly working to establish international contacts and interaction with foreign partners in order to create favorable conditions and prospects for the development of IT startups in Kazakhstan.