18 July 2019
TIEC Launches New Round of InnovEgypt Training Program 2019

The Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (TIEC) is launching a new round of InnovEgypt training program. The program duration is six days, and is provided in different universities and centers, starting from July 20 till September 12.

InnovEgypt is a training program in the areas of innovation and entrepreneurship, targeting university students in ICT majors, who aspire to be future innovators and entrepreneurs, either through establishing their own innovative startups, or manifesting skills that are highly required by local and multinational companies.

InnovEgypt aims at creating an Egyptian base of qualified calibers of potential innovators and entrepreneurs by providing widespread training for undergraduates in innovation and technology management and entrepreneurship, based on best practices and lessons learned.

The main objectives of the program include introducing the basic knowledge of innovation and technology management, enabling students to generate innovative ideas addressing real challenges using structured brainstorming techniques, and learning about innovation protection through intellectual property (IP) rights and its related topics as copyrights, patents, trademarks, and IP exchange.

This is in addition to developing entrepreneurial skills through introducing the basic concepts of entrepreneurship and applying interactive learning for using essential tools required to start up new businesses.

InnovEgypt consists of three main modules: Innovation and Technology Management (two days) which considered as the base on which the whole program is built upon. Ideation Module (two days) where student will learn how to generate ideas and create innovative solutions to some of the greatest problems in Egypt and the world. Entrepreneurship (two days) covers the basic concepts of entrepreneurship and provides detailed training on the essential tools required by potential entrepreneurs to start up their new small businesses.
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