“Armenian-British IT Initiatives” Project Started During “DigiTec Expo 2016”

To insure the presence of Armenian IT companies in the British market a Project is launched which is implemented by BSC Business Support Center, supported by British Embassy Yerevan. The partner of the Project is the Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE). Main goals of the Project are establishing long-term business relationships and signing business contracts between Armenian and British IT companies.

 

BSC participated in “DigiTec 2016” Expo from 30th of September to 2nd of October, during which the “Armenian-British IT Initiatives” project has been officially started. The details of the project have been presented to all of the interested participants and visitors of the Expo. In addition on 2nd of October the official presentation of the “Armenian-British IT Initiatives” project was done by the Managing Partner of BSC Samvel Gevorgyan. During the presentation mr. Gevorgyan introduced the project process and goals to the presents in detail, talked about the project application terms and conditions and answered to the raised questions of the audience.

 

Note that all the operating IT companies registered in Armenia are eligible to apply for the “Armenian-British IT Initiatives” project. After receiving and evaluating the applications a short list will be drawn up, where the companies will be included which:

 

 

 

  

On February 2017 a delegation of 10-15 Armenian IT companies will visit Britain where business meetings with the following types of companies are expected:

 

 

 

 

 

 

In order to apply for the project it is necessary to fill in the online application form, which is available on the “Armenian-British IT Initiatives” official facebook page www.facebook.com/AmenianBritishITinitiatives. On the same page the details and news on the project process are constantly posted. The application form is possible to fill to fill in immediately on the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/i7W893WNVk0FLHAv2

 

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