How Technology Is Improving Employee Engagement

In his episode, Mariam Gyulumyan, Co-founder and CEO at Lucky Carrot joins HyeTech Minds to talk about her startup journey, challenges overcome on her road to success and Lucky Carrot’s mission to transform employees engagement. Mariam also shares her thoughts on the Armenian startup ecosystem and ways to expand that ecosystem.

How Technology Is Changing The Fitness Industry

After doing boxing for more than 10 years, Aleksandr has developed a passion towards data science. Combining his two passions towards boxing and technology, he launched Immensus, an an AI-based fitness application for different sports that uses computer vision to detect users’ movement, analyze mistakes and suggest ways of improvement.

Using Technology to Prevent Violence Against Women

This Armenian-based startup SafeYou offers a community-based technology solution to women to be more protective against gender-based violence. SafeYou is a mobile app that creates a virtual safe space for women assisting them in three ways prevention, protection, and prosecution of gender-based violence. The app also seeks to raise awareness and empower women through the community.

Why is Important to Increase Cyber Awareness?

In this Episode, HyeTech Minds hosts Gerasim Hovhannisyan, CEO & Co-Founder, EasyDMARC Inc. Founded in 2018, EasyDMARC is one of the first Armenia-based a cybersecurity startups helping business to minimize the probability of data leakage and financial loss by preventing email fraud. EasyDMARC provides tools and services to deploy email authentication in a shortest term and without any risk, it increases organisations ROI in email marketing by improving email deliverability.

Startup Monday: Latest tech trends and startups news happening in the global startup ecosystem (Issue 43–14 June 2021)

Forbes’ “30 Under 30” List Highlights the Future Leaders of Biotech. Across the field of science and health care, there are numerous up and coming stars all under the age of 30. In its 2020 “30 Under 30” list, Forbes highlights some of these future Movers & Shakers who are beginning to make their mark in the biopharma and healthcare industries.

Using Technology to Increase Learning Skills of Autistic Children

After working for more than a decade with children of special needs, Gayane Hovhannisyan, CEO & Co-Founder of noomee realised those kids who needs the most help, are struggling with shortage of materials and online learning tools. It was time when Gayane decided to combine occupational therapy and technology, to provide better educational tools for the children in needs.

Startup Monday: 10 news to follow this week in the global startup ecosystem (Issue 42–30 May 2021)

Forbes’ “30 Under 30” List Highlights the Future Leaders of Biotech. Across the field of science and health care, there are numerous up and coming stars all under the age of 30. In its 2020 “30 Under 30” list, Forbes highlights some of these future Movers & Shakers who are beginning to make their mark in the biopharma and healthcare industries.

Startup Monday: 10 news to follow this week in the global startup ecosystem (Issue 41–24 May 2021)

Forbes’ “30 Under 30” List Highlights the Future Leaders of Biotech. Across the field of science and health care, there are numerous up and coming stars all under the age of 30. In its 2020 “30 Under 30” list, Forbes highlights some of these future Movers & Shakers who are beginning to make their mark in the biopharma and healthcare industries.

Startup Monday: 10 news to follow this week in the global startup ecosystem (Issue 40–17 May 2021)

The recent cyber-attack on the US major oil and gas pipeline could become one of the most expensive attacks to an economy. It’s also the latest reminder that both the frequency and severity of catastrophic digital shocks on critical infrastructure are on the rise.

Startup Monday: 10 news to follow this week in the global startup ecosystem (Issue 39–10 May 2021)

The Global Virtual Reality Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 44% from 2020 to 2027 and reach the market value of over US$ 56.2 Bn by 2027.
North America holds dominating market share for the global virtual reality market.