Startup Central Eurasia News Digest

04 May, 2022


1. The exibition  «NNOPROM Central Asia» took place in Tashkent : companies decided to become residents of IT Park in Uzbekistan

27 April, IT Park Uz.

An intantion to cooperate with IT Park was expressed by «Mercator Holding», a platform for remote health monitoring, «Vendotek» startup engaged in acceptance of cashless payments for vending and retail, blockchain platform for business and state «Waves enterprise» and other companies.




2. International company GEM Capital has invested $400 thousand in Cypriot startup Skich, which was founded by Belarusians

April 29, Office Life

The startup is developing an application that allows you to search for games for your smartphone. It can be used to create personalized selections of mobile games based on the interests of the user and his friends.



3. Armenian startup ArmBionics produces prosthetic hands: first two patients have already received their prostheses

April 29, Arka News Agency

The beneficiaries of the project are people with upper limb disabilities who have had amputations at various levels. The team is now working on a third prosthesis. ArmBionics is one of the grantees of Stepan Gishyan Charitable Foundation's grant program for 2021. 



4. Spanish fashion company launches Mango StartUp Studio, a €3 million startup accelerator

April 29, Fashion Network

Mango has outlined several key areas of interest. These are sustainability, technology and all aspects of the value chain – sourcing raw materials, product design and distribution. The project is implemented in cooperation with IESEBusiness School (University of Navarra's Graduate School of Business).

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5. UNICEF and Astana Hub presented joint projects during Demo Day

The website and the application «Accessible Kazakhstan», showing the accessibility of public facilities for people with limited mobility, were presented at the international technological park. Another joint project of UNICEF and Astana Hub was an online course for teachers on inclusive blended learning.

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