Startup School Bootcamp- Become an entrepreneur with the ISU
On November 21st Ilia State University hosted a bootcamp in entrepreneurship for school students in the frames of the Global Entrepreneurship week and the British Council’s Creative Spark: Higher Education Enterprise Programme.
The purpose of the Startup School bootcamp was to develop the entrepreneurial skills of schoolchildren and to facilitate the transfer of basic knowledge about entrepreneurship and startups.
The bootcamp was delivered as an intensive one day ‘startup bootcamp’ at Ilia State University. The bootcamp guided pupils through the start-up journey and equipped them with skills in business planning, ideation and pitching.
The Startup School bootcamp was delivered by Fablab Iliauni and Pre-Accelerator Zoomout Staff.
Ilia State University joins the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN) initiative for the fourth year and participates in the Global Entrepreneurship Week celebrated around the world.
The bootcamp was funded by the British Council’s Creative Spark: Higher Education Enterprise Programme in collaboration with the Ilia State University, UWE Bristol and the Aldridge Institute.
The Program is being coordinated by ISU Development Office.