On May 24, the XI technology conference Startup Village "Innovation Time 2023" began its work at the Russian Innovation Center Skolkovo, where more than 100 startups from 32 countries, including Turkmenistan, are represented.
The SharePrint project at the Startup Bazaar exhibition site is presented by Kemal Amanmuradov, a graduate of the Joint Turkmen-Russian comprehensive school named after A.S. Pushkin, now a 3rd year student of the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov.
The essence of the Turkmen project is to create such printers that will be in the public domain, which will save resources and time for all participants in the process - both owners of printers and those who want to use this service.
The technology conference is a unique platform that allows you to bring together startups from the CIS member states and other countries, as well as venerable scientists, experienced experts and entrepreneurs, government officials and diplomats.
In total, the forum will host 200 events at 10 business sites, and its results will be summed up today, May 25.