IMAGURU opens doors to Global Entrepreneurship Week in Belarus
02 December

IMAGURU opened first its doors on November 18th, the first day of the Global Entrepreneurship Week. Minister of Economy Nikolay Snopkov, UK Ambassador Bruce Bcknell, US Charge d’Affaire Ethan Goldrich were among GEW Belarus guests.  

IMAGURU was really crowded the first week of its operations. Every day around 200 participants of the 3d International Entrepreneurship Forum visited IMAGURU. This year it focused on three main themes: Innovative business. Design thinking. Technology. Each topic aims at its target audience: Corporations. Startups. Universities.

More than 30 international  speakers from more than 20 countries, including Marvian Liao, Rickrasmussen, Hrish Lotlikar from Silicon Valley, Linda Hickman from London School of Economics, Tak Lo from Techstars London and many others, visited IMAGURU.

The program of Global Entrepreneurship Week activities included panel discussions, workshops, startup events, networking meetings, dinners with interesting international speakers. The agenda of the Week is available.

15 January
The buldings of former factories- an ideal place for coworking, creative spaces and quest rooms
There are a lot of objects in Minsk, that nobody allegedly needs: the buildings of former factories, old administrative areas, basements. Citizens' opinions concerning this question are divided: ones want these building to be ruined, others suppose that they need reconstruction and a chance for a second life. We are followers of the second idea. made a trip around the city and found out, how many functional decisions are created to these buldings.
13 January
"Anywhere without love at all!". Parents- startups advice how to raise a child and the project
A startup is the same child. It borns, grows, become stronger and get on its feet. Sometimes it is ill and capricious. And no doubt, that it needs a lot of uor attention. How is it- to raise a child and a startup at the same time? seek the advice of parents'startupers.
12 January
TechMinsk Winter'17 Batch
TechMinsk is the first Startup Accelerator Program in Belarus. This 5-week educational program is based in Minsk Imaguru Startup HUB. The program consists of evening master-classes, workshops, lectures, and sessions with international and local top notch mentors and experts. They share their experience and provide advice to teams mostly in English (or Russian) .