Students of 3-year course of Information Systems in the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences received an investment of $ 20,000 from Global Venture Alians. The investment project is the mobile application "To'le", developed by a group of students, including Erbolat Mamen, Aizhan Dosymbekova, Medet Nurgaliev, Kural Kaiyrzhan, Aizat Zhumataeva, Nurlan Alquatov, Doskhan Doszhanov, Aizhan Dosymbekova and Aigerim Shakerbekova. The team received certificate from the management of the largest international fund.
- "To'le" is a mobile application aimed at servicing cash registers, monoblocks. This is a unique solution for multi-valued tasks in one application. At this stage, the project prototype is already developed by our team. In the search for investments, we sent our projects to investors. And this mobile application is our first project, which attracted funding. We were called from the Russian representative office of the foundation and informed that the project was approved. Currently, work is underway to implement it, - said one of the developers of the project Erbolat Mamen.
The team has experience with a number of different customers. The guys have a great experience in programming, developing mobile applications, participating in business forums and hackatons, where they regularly present their projects to potential investors. However, Global Venture Alians became the first major customer.
Global Venture Alliance is an international company with branches in Silicon Valley and Moscow. Under one brand, GVA combines accelerating programs for start-ups, educational initiatives for future professions, investments through its own venture funds, as well as large-scale projects with corporations and the state to create an innovative environment that meets global challenges.
In March, students will receive short-term training courses in business management, strategic planning, marketing and promotion for financing the fund. In the future, the guys will conquer new markets, both international and domestic.
- We are immensely grateful to our mentors, SDU Technopark, the dean of the faculty and SDU administration, who tirelessly guide us and open new opportunities for self-fulfillment, - the development team notes.