At the end of the day of 19th June, the two board members visited Tbilisi’s Techno Park, an initiative of the Georgian Government enabling students and starters to familiarise with 3D applications and laser applications.
The Techno Park has been recognised by M.I.T. Boston as a FabLab and is active in that context. They were guided by Ms. Ana Gugushvili of the GITA agency.
Gradually started the idea of a joint venture training between TechnoPark and EAR-AER in the summer of 2018.
Joined in a further meeting by Ms. Mariam Lashikhil, head of International Relations Department, it was decided to organise a booth camp on Entrepreneurship and SMEs in a regional environment. The booth camp will take place in the Techno Park’s premises in Zugdedi, near Kutaisi. Candidates will be offered not only lectures during 5 days about the various aspects of entrepreneurship by Belgian serial entrepreneurs and Georgian experts, but will also have the facility to develop and even produce their idea and fabricate it as a prototype. The end of the training will be organised as a pitching session in the presence of potential investors.