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Second meeting in "Founders Club" format to take place in Penza

12:49 | 16.11.2016 | IT

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Penza, 16 November 2016. PenzaNews. Budding entrepreneurs in the IT field will present their projects and get experts advice during the second meeting in the "Founders Club Penza" format which will be held in the youth business incubator of Penza on Wednesday, November 23.

Second meeting in "Founders Club" format to take place in Penza

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Startup founders, website owners, Internet marketing experts, web-designers and young specialists who want to start a project in the Internet will have 5 minutes to give a brief description of a project, to formulate possible problems and questions to mentors and then – to get experts recommendations and suggestions. Participants of the previous meeting will be suggested to present results of their work after they followed experts advice.

If mentors find a project attractive, they will help with search of investors, invest their own money, take care of a project development and include startup products into their trade channels.

The organizer of the event is the "Impuls" business incubator with the assistance of software developers association “Secon”, the Internet Initiatives Development Fund and LLC "Cluster Development Centre".

Experts of the meeting are: the president of the software developers association “Secon”, the head of the "CodeInside" company Maxim Semenkin, his deputy Maxim Zaytsev, the head of the "Maxikarta" project, the head of the "Solo" press Pavel Aminev, the general director of Bit. Games Vladimir Rozov, the head of “Impulse” business-incubator Denis Klimanov, the founder of the VideoProSport project Artem Shapaev and the head of “Nevsem” digital marketing company Pavel Bersenev.

Project presentations drawn by the template should be sent on the e-mail of the "Impulse" business incubator before November 21.

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