Country People’s Choice
July 6-19, 2020
We would like to congratulate and inform that three applications in the Social Impact category and one application in the Creative category are in the final for Kazakhstan:
Social Impact category:
The videos of business ideas will be added to the Big Idea Challenge website on 6 July 2020 and the voting for Big Idea Challenge country winners starts the same day.
Promote your business ideas through all the possible social media and other means to get more votes to succeed in a public vote!
CREATIVE ENTERPRISE HUB - IS THE FIRST ONLINE PLATFORM IN KAZAKHSTAN THAT SUPPORTS STUDENTS AND YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS IN THE CREATIVE INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN KAZAKHSTAN
DEVELOPMENT OF A SUSTAINABLE ECOSYSTEM
SUPPORT FOR STARTUP CULTURE IN CENTRAL ASIA
SUPPORT OF ENTREPRENEURS BY BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVES
CREATIVE SPARK HIGHER EDUCATION ENTERPRISE
IS A FIVE-YEAR INITIATIVE TO DEVELOP CREATIVE ECONOMY AND DRIVE ENTERPRISE SKILLS ACROSS SEVEN COUNTRIES: ARMENIA, AZERBAIJAN, GEORGIA, KAZAKHSTAN, KYRGYZSTAN, UKRAINE AND UZBEKISTAN VIA UK UNIVERSITY AND INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
"CREATIVE SPARK AIMS TO PROVIDE THOUSANDS OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH ENTERPRISE SKILLS AND THE ABILITY TO START THEIR OWN BUSINESS BY USING THE EXPERIENCE OF THE UK'S HIGHER EDUCATION AND CREATIVE INSTITUTIONS"
DIRECTOR EDUCATION AND SOCIETY,
WIDER EUROPE, BRITISH COUNCIL
PHASES OF THE PROJECT
Selection of participants and online training on the basics of entrepreneurship:
competition for the best startup ideas
launch of the program and online training for participants
self-training of participants based on an online portal
the best project takes place at IDEA FEST
Training at the Henley School of Business and online support/project management:
bootcamp for participants in Henley
online support/project management
Online competition for the best startups - the final stage:
competition for the best startups in Kazakhstan
cross-country online competition for the best startups
Creative Spark funds up to 22 international partnerships between higher education institutions and creative institutions in seven countries, such as:
To learn more about each partner, click on the points on the map.
British Council – the United Kingdom’s international organization for cultural relations and educational opportunities.
Works with over 100 countries in the fields of arts and culture, English language, education and civil society.
Makes a positive contribution to the countries which work with – changing lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust.