Intensive startup development support program provides opportunities for students to open their innovative startups and realize their potential on entrepreneurship.
Consultations of individual business mentor (tracker)
Develop roadmap for implementation of project (jointly with the tracker)
Opportunity to participate in thematic trainings and master classes of market experts (mentors)
Support in the creation of minimum viable product or services (MVP), testing and getting feedback
Help in establishing contacts with potential partners and attracting customers
Opportunity to present the project to potential investors (Demo Day)
The program is open to all students and staff of higher education institutions including faculty staff and researchers.
The desire to build there own business, diligence, maximum involvement, focus on results, and be prepared to intensive work.
Participation in the program is free.
In a short time period, you will be able not only to test the idea, but also to start-up your own business.
At the end of the program, you will gain knowledge and skills for starting and doing business in Uzbekistan.
The idea and the project conform to the program format and the priority areas of the higher education institution
Technological innovation and the practical feasibility of the project, difference from competitors and the prospects for scaling-up of the project
The final product or service is market-oriented and profitable
You have a team, consisting of minimum of two people willing to work on program platform in an intensive mode
Press Send application and fill in the proposed application form
Preliminary selection on the basis of applications
If your application is shortlisted you will be invited to interview
If you pass the interview you will be invited to the final selection – presentation of the project (pitching)
The program is implemented in cooperation with the higher education institutions in Tashkent city within the framework of the CCI and UNDP 'Business Forum of Uzbekistan (Phase - III)' project with the financial support of "Sasol" representative office in Uzbekistan and the British Embassy in the Republic of Uzbekistan.