Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park (or let's keep it shorter - Sunrise Valley STP) is an innovation ecosystem builder, encouraging establishment and development of innovation and knowledge-intensive business.
This group presents Sunrise Valley STP events suitable for business representatives, startup community members, entrepreneurs, and everyone interested in business, technology, and innovation environment. The events cover various themes: investments and financing, intellectual property rights, law, new markets and partners, business communication and PR, sales, human resources, and many others.
Sunrise Valley STP organizes small (for 50-70 people) monthly events, day-long conferences, workshops and boot-camps for entrepreneurs, hackathons, and tours in our community.
Due to the concerns over the current Covid-19 situation, we are postponing this event. The new preliminary date is April 22. We’ll keep you updated.
Be safe, stay healthy.
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❗Registration is required: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/business-financials-futurepreneurs-tickets-98172676117
🎟️ Tickets will be requested at the entrance. Please, be ecofriendly and don't print your ticket! (use Eventbrite app instead) ♻️🌱 Doors open at 16:45.
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Futurepreneurs is Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park pre-acceleration program. Although participation in the full program is closed, everybody interested in creating a sustainable business can participate in Futurepreneurs workshops!
More about the program: https://futurepreneurs.eu
Futurepreneurs practical training sessions continue with a focus on the business financials. How much will it cost to launch your product/service? Will you need an investment? How will you earn money? When will you become profitable? These and other questions will be answered during this workshop.
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📸 Please note that filming and photography is taking place at this event for promotional and archival purposes.
❗😷 Regarding the developments around COVID-19 (the new coronavirus), we would like to draw your attention to the decision of the National Emergency Operations Centre of the 3rd of March, recommending that one should not attend in case of symptoms of a respiratory infection.