Innovative ideas for tourism development in Armenia - Hackathon

07 Apr 2018 - 08 Apr 2018
Vanadzor Technology Center

The Hackathon aims to promote tourism industry in Armenia

IDC Security Roadshow 2018. Yerevan, Armenia

04 Apr 2018
DoubleTree by Hilton Yerevan

Cybertech trends will be discussed at the event

Liana Korkotyan

Microsoft Armenia

Microsoft country manager in Armenia

Al Eisaian


Armenian-American entrepreneur, founder of IntelinAir

Alexis Ohanian


American entrepreneur, investor, co-founder of the social news site Reddit

David Yang


Founder of ABBYY company, creator of Lingvo digital dictionary


Online AutoStop unites passengers taking the same routes


The biggest mobile platform for learning programming

A2B transport

Transport routes search in Yerevan


Chat online and meet in real life 24h later


Order services through an app and receive them with fixed prices at home

Noble Run

Avoid the obstacles and survive as long as you can!


City events guide


The game allows users to learn the names of the constellations while playing

Tumo students’ game gets international award

Owing to the cooperation between Tumo and the European Union, Tales of Neto 3D anti-corruption mobile game was created. The game has won “Best Creative Innovation” category of European NICE Awards, initiated by European Centre for Creative Economy.
According to Tumo, selected from 100 applicants, Tumo team was among 10 best teams to participate in the final stage of the competition, held on September 6, Essen, Germany.
The game became one of the 5 best projects with innovative impact on modern economy. The team won EUR 3000.
The creation of Tales of Neto mobile game and interactive comics started in 2016. The team involves Tumo students and graduates aged 17-22, guided by Tumo team.

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