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  • New Opportunities at ITMO Accelerator: 400,000-ruble Grants and More Partners

    ITMO Accelerator helps young entrepreneurs develop their projects from ideas to first revenue through courses on business strategy and marketing, mentorship, and opportunities to communicate with potential investors. This year, the Accelerator expanded its partner network, adding Uralsib, Investment and Venture Fund of the Republic of Tatarstan, Gazprom Neft, and Netology. Thanks to these partners, participating projects can be reviewed by major players on the market, as well as get a chance for financial support.


  • ITMO PhD Student Daria Durneva Wins GSEA Russia 2023

    Daria Durneva, a PhD student at ITMO’s Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations, has won in the category Best Student Entrepreneur at GSEA Russia 2023 with her project on a new textile production method. Now, she gets to present her idea at the GSEA Global finals in Istanbul.


  • Student Entrepreneurial Communities: Finnish and Russian Experience

    Can students organize the region’s largest startup festival? How do student entrepreneurial communities operate in Finland? And how can Finland and Russia cooperate in this field? These were the central questions of a strategic session that has recently taken place at ITMO University as part of the Startup Connect project. During the session, representatives of ITMO and South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK) shared their experiences of organizing these communities and discussed the opportunities for the development of joint initiatives in this field.


  • The "3.0 Reload:" How to Make a Business Model

    On December 1, ITMO’s Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations hosted a workshop "Making your own business model" by Igor Dubinnikov, head of the AAA TRUST Investment Company and experienced business coach at the Skolkovo.


  • Student Entrepreneurship — Foreign Experts Share their Experience

    ITMO University, as well as other Russian educational establishments, conduct different master classes, acceleration programs and project contests to support student entrepreneurship. But what about their foreign colleagues? How do they promote students startups abroad? We've asked foreign experts from Denmark and Finland to share how they organize their innovative infrastructure.