Lauder Business School is delighted to introduce the start-up Insticore, the first future-tech academy in Austria. To start off their venture, Insticore will focus on blockchain and artificial intelligence education, with further prodigious plans and ideas in the pipeline. LBS as incubator is excited to expand its activities by following the latest trends in technology. “We see the intertwining of business and the newest technology as one of our long-term goals”, explains the LBS Executive Director Alexander Zirkler.

How We Came Together

LBS is known for bringing together the brightest minds and talents for entrepreneurship from all around the globe. Five years ago, it became home to two bachelor students, Moish Raanan and Dror Hasman, who since then have collaborated on a variety of projects and ventures in the field of business, technology, finance and marketing. With their most recent idea in mind, they came back to where it all began to found their own start-up, and so Insticore was born!

What Makes Insticore Unique

Although still in its infancy, Insticore has a clear vision. “We will bring the future to Austria”, the two Israeli co-founders summarize. And what makes their blockchain education so unique, Moish and Dror explain:

While blockchain offers endless possibilities, there are challenges that tag along as well. What differentiates us the most is our aim to provide blockchain education, where responsibility is a priority. This is achieved through the rigorous selection of our lecturers and experts, as well as the selection of content for our curriculum. We want to offer the bigger picture of the blockchain area, not only to develop students’ skills, but also their very basic deep understanding of how this technology, industry, and the actors within them relate and operate.

Program Key Facts

 

Course: “Responsible Introduction to the Blockchain Space”

Teaching language: English

Total learning time: 13 hours (11h in-class)

Participation fee: €429.99 (LBS students 299.99)

Location: Lauder Business School

Next sessions:

  • Batch #1: For Weekend Pushers: Sunday 28/10/18 – Monday, 29/10/18 – everything in 2 full-days
  • Batch #2: For Afterwork Folks: Monday 05/11/18 – Thursday 08/11/18 – evening classes

We invite you to join us on this journey of blockchain discovery and in two days learn about the technology around it, the trading and investing opportunities within it, and the plethora of possibilities it provides!

 

Get in touch for further details via info@insticore.com!



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