Startups Tsarka, Clockster, Cerebra and Dixi presented their IT solutions to the Ambassador of Tajikistan
Developing international relations and helping startups find new partners abroad is one of the important missions of Astana Hub. Every week, our employees meet foreign delegations and acquaint them with the activities of the technopark, and the best startups get the opportunity to express themselves.
Yesterday Astana Hub was visited by a delegation of the Embassy of the Republic of Tajikistan. The guests highly appreciated the conditions created in the technopark for the development of the IT ecosystem: IT entrepreneurship training programs, export preparation and investment opportunities.
To present their projects, startups were invited to the meeting - participants in various technopark programs: TSARKA, Clockster, Cerebra and Dixi.
Dauren Bazilov, Business Development Director at Clockster, presented his solution for automating the workflows of small and medium-sized businesses. The application solves such important tasks for the employer and employee as time tracking of employees, business communications, creating schedules, payroll and maintaining a to-do list. Today, more than 2,000 companies around the world use Clockster services.
The largest provider of cybersecurity services in Central Asia, TSARKA has long been heard by everyone who works in the field of information security. TSARKA cybersecurity analyst Alaydar Amirseit said that it was the founders of the company who insisted on the inclusion of the Global Cyber Readiness Index in the concept of Cyber Shield and brought Kazakhstan from 118th place to 31st among the countries of the world in this indicator.
The guests were interested in the development of Cerebra - an artificial intelligence that allows to detect a stroke in the early stages, and the idea of the Dixi educational platform for preparing for the IELTS exam.
- The prerequisite for our visit was that we are now studying the experience of Kazakhstan in the digitalization of services for the population. Now we plan to tell about the work carried out by the technopark and involve the state bodies of Tajikistan in joint work with Kazakhstani startups, - said Khairullo Ibodzoda, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Tajikistan to Kazakhstan and Mongolia.
Such meetings are held on a regular basis as part of government support measures for IT startups.
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