Ukraine has a deep and substantial academic community. No doubt, startups based on that strength can compete and succeed globally — if they can recruit and develop the necessary business talent. This can be a particular challenge for academics, not just in Ukraine but around the world.
How can research become entrepreneurship; how can technology be commercialized through a startup?
● Charles Whitehead, eō co-founder;
● Роман Томашевский, CEO & Cofounder, ICardy, and eō alumnus;
● Eduard Simson, eō Kharkiv Coordinator.
Learn about transforming academic research into a new business.
ICardy created a revolutionary product that detects atrial fibrillation (AFib) in real time, even when the person suffering an AFib attack is unaware of it. Detecting AFib can lower the risk of heart disease and improve the quality and duration of a patient’s life. iCardy was selected, in a global competition, to take part in the GIST Business Incubation program in Phoenix, Arizona, for 4 weeks at the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation.
Register here: bit.ly/2xYnqRx
The event will be live streamed on the eō Business Incubators Facebook page.