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StartUp Sprint- Silicon Valley Entrepreneurship course

Mentors: Irakli Kashibadze, Medea Janjgava, Kal Deutsch, Jeff Wallace

Duration: 10 sessions / 30 hours. Sessions will be held in the evening.

Location: Live Online

Training Start Date: September 18

Fee: $480 (US Dollar)

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Course Description:

As part of the course, students will receive theoretical and practical knowledge using a practice-oriented teaching methodology. They will develop skills to formulate a startup idea, test, validate, and refine it. Practical mentors will assist them in addressing real problems through both individual and team sessions. Upon completing the course, students will be capable of creating a startup pitch deck and delivering a presentation for their idea.


Upon completion of the course, graduates will have the ability to:


  • Identify and study crucial issues.

  • Generate a startup idea that addresses problems.

  • Evaluate the viability of the startup idea.

  • Form a startup team and allocate roles within the team.

  • Conduct essential research to validate the startup idea.

  • Test the idea with real users using social platforms.

  • Determine and apply the optimal business model.

  • Rapidly validate the startup idea.

  • Prepare and deliver a pitch deck.

  • Create an investment or grant proposal.

Who is the course for?

  • Startups aiming to refine an idea.

  • Team members within startup companies.

  • Senior managers and company representatives seeking to implement internal innovations and foster company growth.

  • Individuals interested in initiating a startup venture.


The Future Laboratory was established in 2016 by Irakli Kashibadze, who has dedicated the past 15 years to fostering innovation and technology development in Georgia. His name is closely linked to extensive projects including the Georgian Innovation and Technology Agency (GITA), which oversees technoparks across Georgia (6 technoparks), as well as the establishment of Fablabs (21 Fablabs) and university innovation laboratories (3). Notably, he also played a pivotal role in the inception of the State Startup Georgia program.


Within the framework of Future Laboratory initiatives, a total of 12 pre-acceleration/acceleration programs have been executed, leading to the training of over 110 startups. These startups have collectively attracted investments exceeding one million units, reflecting the wealth of knowledge and experience we have amassed.


Successful startups from the Future Laboratory program

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