Seed Money: какие стартапы могут получить финансирование до ₸20 миллионов
Международный технопарк Astana Hub запустил прием заявок на программу посевного финансирования стартапов Seed Money 4.1.
Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan have been rapidly developing their IT sectors in recent years. In Kazakhstan, the IT sector has witnessed remarkable growth in exports, with figures skyrocketing from $50mn in 2020 to over $500mn in 2023.
As part of the further activation of Kazakh-Portuguese bilateral cooperation, meetings took place between the Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Portugal, Daulet Batrashev, and the leadership of the TagusPark Science and Technology Park, represented by Eduardo Baptista, as well as the Portuguese Entrepreneurs Association (AEP), represented by Paulo Vazhem.
In collaboration with Astana Hub, Servercore is offering a program to support the startups hosted at the hub. As part of the program, a 100,000 tenge bonus will be added to the Servercore control panel balance monthly throughout the first six months of cooperation between the tech park residents and the provider.
Nestled within the bustling EXPO district on the left bank of Kazakhstan’s capital, the Astana Hub stands as a beacon of innovation and progress in the heart of Central Asia. In the exclusive interview with The Astana Times, its founding CEO Magzhan Madiyev reflected on the hub’s journey, accomplishments, and ambitions moving forward.
The National Commission on Women Affairs and Family and Demographic Policy under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in partnership with the international technopark Astana Hub and the non-profit organization Techno Women, announces the launch of the
In 2023, Astana Hub introduced a Monitoring Service, ensuring the adherence to contractual relationships and preventing non-targeted companies from participating in technopark programs. Quarterly, the Monitoring Service submits analytical data to the Ministry of Digitalization regarding the monitoring progress of company projects, assessing the feasibility of their continued participation in Astana Hub programs.
Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov spoke at the plenary session of the Digital Almaty 2024: Industry X digital forum, which was also attended by the heads of government of Belarus, Russia and Uzbekistan.