Barama starts new project for school children
Barama Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center of Azercell Telecom LLC is starting a new project with the support of PASHA Bank. The project aimed for the development of school children will be conducted together with Azerbaijan British College. Barama Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center will organize special training programs based on the memorandum of cooperation signed between Azercell and Azerbaijan British College on December 21. The program will consist of three parts, namely “Entrepreneurship school”, “IT school” and “IT Media” and will include training courses on fundamentals of entrepreneurship, successful startups and presentations, as well as basics of programming.
The program will also cover supporting startups from school to real business stage, practical workshops, summer/winter school programs, organization of Hackaton competition among school children and their participation in IT Olympiads training courses. It should be noted that Barama Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center will have an office at school for school children under the cooperation.
In fact, Barama Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center held another project for school children a while ago. Under the “Coding Kids – Summer IT School” project, Introduction into IT and Computer Science, Coding Techniques, Creating Apps, Database, Programming Language C++ and other interesting topics were taught to the children during 6 weeks.
Barama Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center was established in 2009 by Azercell Telecom LLC will the view to boost business innovation and develop digital and entrepreneurial ecosystem. For more information, please
contact firstname.lastname@example.org The leader of the mobile communication industry, the largest taxpayer and the biggest investor of the non-oil sector of Azerbaijan Azercell Telecom LLC was founded in 1996. With 48% share of Azerbaijan’s mobile telecom market Azercell’s network covers 80% of the territory (excluding 20% of the occupied territories) and 99,8% of population of the country. Currently, 4,5 million subscribers choose Azercell services. Azercell has pioneered an important number of innovations in Azerbaijan, including GSM technology, advance payment system, mobile internet services, Metro coverage, 24/7 call centre service, 7 day/week Front Office service, M2M services, one-stopshopping approach Azercell Express offices, Online Customer Care and Social Media Customer Care services, Mobile Customer Care office, mobile e-signature service “ASAN Imza” etc. Azercell deployed first 4G – LTE services in Azerbaijan in 2012. According to the results of mobile network quality surveys of Global Wireless Solutions company and international systems specialized in wireless coverage mapping such as “Opensignal” and “Testmy.net”, Azercell’s network demonstrated the best results among the mobile operators of Azerbaijan. nformation centers for tourists will be created in six points of Baku, Spokesperson of the National Tourism Propaganda Bureau Kanan Guluzade said on December 25. He noted that the work in this direction has already begun.
“The goal is to inform tourists coming to the country about the rel- evant places and to help them. Thanks to these centers, tourists will be able to obtain specific information about tourist zones in Azerbaijan,” Guluzade said.
Tourists will also talk about the problems they face in the country. These problems will be reported to the relevant state body, and the Bureau will help to solve these problems, according to the spokesperson.
Many tourists have visited Azerbaijan, especially its capital Baku, during past years and their number increases annually. This is natural, as Baku is among the most visited cities of the CIS countries.
During the past year, Azerbaijan received over 2 million tourists. In general, for the past 10 years, the number of tourists visiting the country increased by five times.
As of September 2017, as many as 1.81 million tourists visited Azerbaijan, according to the country's Tourism Ministry. With approximately 1 million tourists, Russia surpasses its closest pursuers Georgia and Iran in the number of tourists coming to Azerbaijan.