Cerebra, Oquda and Clockster performed at a virtual exhibition in front of Japanese investors

Kazakh startups became participants in the industry webinar "IT Collaboration" as part of the virtual exhibition "Second Central Asia - Virtual EXPO" (CAVEX II). The online event took place on February 1st.

The special guests of the meeting were the First Deputy Ambassador of Japan to the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as representatives of Kazakh Invest. Employees of Astana Hub presented the activities of the technopark and talked about the experience of developing the startup ecosystem.

Kazakh startups Cerebra, Oquda and Clockster presented their products to enter the Japanese market.

Cerebra - artificial intelligence in the field of neuroradiology for automated diagnosis of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke? which analyzes the CT images of the admitted patient, helping to identify the type of stroke, its severity and recommends the type of treatment. The system is used in 17 hospitals in Kazakhstan.

Oquda is the first market network platform in the industry of recruiting students to foreign universities. The platform organizes the work of specialists around the world to make foreign education accessible.

Clockster is a HR tool designed for micro, small and medium businesses. The system allows companies to automate payroll, timesheets, simplify and manage staff schedules, and significantly improve the interaction between employees and their employers regardless of geographic location and time zones.

The entrepreneurs received feedback from Mr. Sakaguchi Kenichi, founder & executive director of Technosolution Co. Ltd, which expressed interest in cooperation.

The virtual exhibition, organized by the Japan Association for Trade with the Newly Independent States (ROTOBO), runs from January 17 to March 4, 2022. As part of the exhibition, from February 1 to February 3, 2022, the National Week of Kazakhstan is held. The purpose of the exhibition is to promote domestic innovative products to the Japanese market and attract Japanese investors.

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