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Finalists will be able to present their product to investors.

Applications for the EdTech Challenge B2C competition have started in Moscow. It can be attended by companies that develop technologies in the field of preschool, school, professional, additional and corporate education.

“Moscow traditionally supports innovative projects. Last year, three similar programs were carried out, including one for the educational sector – startups operating in the B2B segment. Competitions allow them to finalize their solutions with experts and test them in real conditions, ”said the head

Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the City of Moscow Alexey Fursin.

To participate, you need to develop a product (MVP) or service, and have at least two people in the team. The main selection criterion is the innovativeness of the technology and its relevance in the market. Submit application possible until March 7.

The finalists of the competition will receive expertise from industry leaders and will be able to reach potential investors.

Organizer – Moscow Innovation Cluster (MIC). The MIC series of competitions is aimed at ensuring that technological solutions of start-ups are more quickly integrated at partner sites.

Moscow innovation cluster Is a platform for the implementation of innovations and interaction between large corporations, industry, businessmen, educational and scientific organizations, development institutions and the city. Today, the MIC includes more than 19 thousand organizations that support innovative projects.

Moscow innovation cluster helps for its participants to look for premises for an office or production, prepare an investment presentation, develop a financial model, identify promotion channels and much more.

The EdTech Challenge B2C competition will be supported by Innopraktika, a non-governmental development institute. The company implements projects aimed at the growth of national human capital, including through the development of structures and mechanisms of an innovative economy.

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