Astana Hub startups presented their projects at the International Education Fair 2021
International Education Fair 2021 is the largest educational exhibition in Kazakhstan dedicated to expansion of international cooperation, popularization of foreign education. The participants of the exhibition were students and schoolchildren who are interested in IT, study or work as developers. The event was held on March 26 online.
Daulet Beymurzinov, an employee of Astana Hub, told about projects and opportunities for Kazakhstani IT entrepreneurs, about upcoming educational programs for schoolchildren and students.
Asat Ashamanov, co-founder of Kid Security mobile application, told the participants about his personal experience of transition to IT from another sphere and creation of his own startup, emphasizing the importance of self-development and stress-resistance. Recall that Kid Security is a mobile application that allows parents to ensure the safety of their children. By installing the application on the phone, parents can listen to what is happening around them and reach them, even if the child's phone is on silent mode.
Zhanibek Seydagali, co-founder of the Tuqtuq.kz food delivery service, identified the importance of assessing one's own strength and motivation, and recommended that participants work on the principle "To promise less - to do more. Zhanibek noted the mission of the marketplace - to free people from going to stores by making a convenient, reliable service at affordable prices.
The participants were especially interested in the educational program of the Astana Hub - the No Code School, which allows you to quickly and easily learn how to program, create and run applications in the shortest possible time.
The course program consists of two stages:
- April 5-9 - courses on Adalo (creating applications);
- April 12-16, courses in Webflow (creating Web sites).
Applications will be accepted until April 3, 2021, at the link.