Presentation of the first phase of the Technological Hub of Israel was held at the Business and Technology University.
The platform, which provides 6-month intensive training and further employment of IT specialists, will begin in April 2018. Project Manager of Israel Tech Hub, Zurab Pertaia explains that at the first stage of the project, 30 applicants will be selected and 100% grants will be allocated for their training.
The project is implemented with full funding of the Israeli and multi-million fund will be allocated for this project. Leading Israeli specialists will be involved in the process. The applicants will be trained at the Business and Technology University
Studies will begin at the end of April. The course is intensive and includes 500 hours. It will last about 7 months.
The initiators of the project include members of Georgian parliament – Irakli Mezurunishvili, Ilia Tsulaia, Honorary Consul of Georgia in Israel – Meni Benish and Business and Technology University.