Business Innovation Forum 2017 has kicked off to shape Armenia's Innovative future

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Business Innovation Forum 2017 has kicked off to shape Armenia's Innovative future

The 5th  Business Innovation Forum has kicked of on November 10th, 2017. It gathered the main stakeholders of the Innovation, IT and High Tech sectors to discuss the key areas highly important for the development of the economy in Armenia, such as Digitization, Research & Development, Innovation Strategy, Education & High-tech, Intellectual property and Information Security. 

The participants exchanged opinions on the above-mentioned topics, discussed the challenges and best practices for development of those areas. In the framework of the offered workshops on business modeling, design thinking, reserach and development moderated by international and local experts,  the dedicated working groups eloborated practical recommendations resulting in tangible proposals for development of Armenia's innovative future.

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First-ever Fashion Forum held in Armenia

The first-ever Fashion Forum was held in Yerevan, Armenia from June 2-4, 2018 bringing in fresh re-start and aspiration to the fashion world of Armenia. It united Armenian designers under one roof to exhibit their most sleek, elegant and glamourous sets to the fashion gurus, trend-setters, guests and general public. Truly, dozens of dazzling dresses, layered pieces and stylish outfits were showcased in Aram Khachaturian house-museum created by 50 talented Armenian designers from Armenia and diaspora coming from Germany, France, Lebanon, Syria, Ukraine, US and Russia.



New generation of startups showcased new technological solutions!

New startup bids to become the most favorite one for the people who feel uneasy at the kitchen and for the gourmets who prefer a variety of tasty meals every day. This application is called Cookmenu, a new venture offering various recipes with the ingredients you have at home.
''This is substantial assistance, especially for the women who are unable to cook anything in the kitchen. This application is for those who are getting married and can’t cook except, for example, fried potatoes. So, we suggest all of them use our application,'' said Narine Manukyan, the founder of Cookmenu.



Armenia Startup Academy at the spotlight of the Public TV programme

The team leader of the EU co-funded "Support to SME Development in Armenia (EU-SMEDA)" Project Eva Naeher speaks about one of the recent initiatives supported by EU-SMEDA: Armenia Startup Academy.