Social networks are growing rapidly in Armenia. Most Armenians have accounts on various social media and are very active users of the internet. But for the majority, social networks are just another form of entertainment and aren’t considered a profession or a source of income.
The unemployment rate is high in Armenia. Many people, mostly men, leave the country to earn money and provide for their families.
Armenian entrepreneurs ready to bring their robot assistant to the market thanks to the support of the European Union
Robin the Robot is a robotic business assistant that provides services in various fields.
EU-supported ForgeFiction platform, which unites fans of science fiction with book lovers, is preparing to present its first book to readers
The Armenian start-up ForgeFiction writes scripts for films and television series, and pitches them to companies in various countries involved in cinematography.
An Armenian start-up company – Himnark – has developed a solution to automate payroll and employment policy for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in Armenia by establishing an online system.
Armenian start-up offers platform for cooperation between employers and students thanks to EU support
Created by a group of young people, Armenian start-up Breede is a cooperation platform for employers and students.
Social entrepreneurship is a relatively new phenomenon in Armenia. As recently as five or six years ago, few people knew about it. Despite the fact that there is still no legislation in place regulating it, social entrepreneurship is growing in Armenia.
Information technologies (IT) are growing rapidly in Armenia. The country’s government announced IT as one of their priorities and recently decided to establish a Ministry of High Technologies. The Armenian government has also adopted laws according to which newly created IT startups will be…
Cosmetologist Ruzanna Galachyan intends to open the first enterprise producing cosmetic oils in Armenia from the Helichrysum (or Helichrysum italicum), also known as Immortal flower.
Natacha Kalfayan: If major employers do not come to Armenian regions, it does not mean there is nothing to do there
Natacha Kalfayan moved from Lebanon to Armenia 12 years ago and is trying to prove through her daily work that it is not difficult to do business in Armenian regions. It’s just a matter of setting a goal and consistently moving towards it.