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TechIsland launches 2024 Startup School series (pics)

TechIsland, Cyprus’ biggest IT association, concluded last week with the launch of its 2024 Startup School series, a part of TechIsland Academy, and powered by Zubr Capital Investment Company.

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“We were delighted to see so many aspiring entrepreneurs joining us and would like to thank them for their active and vibrant participation,” TechIsland said on its social media. “Special thanks also go to our experts from Zubr Capital, Anna Khechoyan and Konstantin Zapolianski, for their inspiring presentations, guiding participants on their journey to securing investment.”

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TechIsland said it was committed to continuing to bring together minds eager to learn, innovate, and drive change.

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Keep an eye out for the second workshop of its Startup School series in 2024, with details to be announced at a later stage.

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