In continuation of Flow’s Youth Led Growth initiative which aims to bridge the gap between traditional methods of creating a business and creative startup innovations, Flow launched the second theme bootcamps in EdTech on October 26th in Ramallah and accordingly continued to be implemented in the following weeks in Nablus and Hebron.
Professionals in the education industry, teachers, students and interested youth joined the bootcamps to learn more about entrepreneurship and its implication on their work.
The bootcamp’s structure included unlocking entrepreneurial skills and mindsets, the rationale behind some aspects of a startup business, and addressing the different types of EdTech companies, Insights on EdTech startups and an ideation workshop.
Flow has collaborated with several entrepreneurs, founders, speakers and experts to deliver the desired outcome of the EdTech bootcamps. Flow is grateful to Amani Abu Tair from Wazza, Fadi Rabi from Kitab Sawti, Omar Rayyan from Edubook, Firas Jabbour from Edunation and Christian Zaknoun from Thinking Consultancy Firm.