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January 28, 2022, 09:01
Photo by M. Denisov. Mos.ru
The program is designed for Muscovites aged 18 to 35 who own an existing business.
The results of the work of the first industry accelerator within the framework of the Business Weekend project were summed up in the capital. It became the final stage for those who have already completed the pre-acceleration and acceleration programs. The entire training process took 22 weeks.
“During the accelerator, entrepreneurs refined and improved the performance of their projects in order to present them to investors. More than 350 teams, which numbered almost 850 participants, have been trained. They were able to significantly increase profitability and attract almost 30 million rubles of investments,” she said.
Natalya Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.
The industry accelerator “Business Weekend” is designed for Muscovites aged 18 to 35 who already have their own business, an established customer base and sales. Experts and successful entrepreneurs, including those with experience in international sales, helped participants develop projects and prepare for presentations to investors.
“At the start, each of the participants received a detailed audit of the project and a roadmap for its development. After a long and intensive work together with mentors and mentors, entrepreneurs presented their projects to experts and investors. Four teams received prizes from the organizers,” said the Head of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the City of Moscow
This is a project of Gleb Krasnov, which is an online service based on artificial intelligence. It is designed to prescribe and dose baby food and medicines based on the patient’s symptoms. The project of another participant, Denis, received the award. Thank you. Its development helps to open your online store in the messenger. Marina Gazizova has created a marketplace for professionals in the beauty industry, thanks to which you can rent jobs in beauty salons. Sergey Novikov was awarded for a project in the field of augmented reality for product visualization.
As prizes, the participants were awarded certificates for training, the purchase of commercial products for the development of their projects and the organization of business processes.
“Business Weekend” — a free project to teach Muscovites the basics of doing business. It is implemented by the capital Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development.
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