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Altay trains innovation entrepreneurs

21 Jun '12
Educational program Basics of Entrepreneurship. Commercialization of Innovations has been completed in the Altay region under a federal project to support youth innovative entrepreneurship, news agency Alliance Media reports.

Training for 43 undergrad and postgrad students from six regional universities was held at Altay State Technical University.

Altay is one of the four Russian regions included into the federal project to support youth innovative entrepreneurship. Other participating regions are Bryansk, Kaluga, and Krasnodar. The project aims at promoting youth and innovative entrepreneurship through creating efficient interaction between education/science and business. The projects federal operator is the Razvitiye Association of Small and Medium-sized Business Support Agencies.

As a result, 21 project participants in Altay have been selected to take up 30-day internships at leading innovation companies in the region in order to develop skills for setting up and running small businesses.

Since the Altay project launch three participants have registered small innovation firms.
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