The Hi-Tech Park together with the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR) launched an educational course on Startup Project Management. The first class was held in BSUIR on January 11. The idea of the course is that classes are conducted by successful IT entrepreneurs to share their experience with students.
Alexander Chekan, venture partner at Haxus, and IT entrepreneur, mentor and investor Dmitry Gurski conducted the first class.
"Participants of the course will learn how to find an idea for their startup, test it, build a team, and create an informative presentation. To get a credit, students will introduce their ideas to investors, and the best of them may receive real investment," noted Alexander Martinkevich, HTP deputy director.