FlowX is a startup by Cambridge graduate Richard Cartwright which aims to tackle traffic congestion by merging CCTV’s with computer learning to extract various data about congestion and accidents. To learn more about his story, follow the link.
LITE: believes diversity is a huge asset that every venture needs to address. Our latest blog post delves into the matter.
ATÖLYE is launching the third edition of Designer-in-Residence program, where it aims to integrate innovation and creativity, under the theme “Wearable Technologies". The deadline is April 12th!
LITE:’s latest blog post delves into the story of Boyan Slat, who came up with a solution against oceanic pollution when he was a teenager.
Our latest blog post focuses on a possibly ideal candidate for entrepreneurship; teenagers! What do they know? Are they ready for the challenge? Let’s find out!
Startups.watch, a platform tracking the Turkish entrepreneurship ecosystem with reporting and analysis, has shared its afterthoughts for the Q4 2018 event. According to their blog post, the total amount invested in the ecosystem last year was USD 59.2M.
The Guardian suggests self-employment should begin with education. LITE: supports that claim and prides in being one of the frontiers in the field.
imeceLAB is an open social innovation platform based on design thinking methodology where young people can create solutions to social, environmental and cultural challenges collectively. As part of the open innovation process, imeceLAB community members will ideate and come up with projects around the challenge opened by a challenge partner. We'll come together and try to improve urban mobility in Istanbul with environmentally sustainable and accessible approaches with eligible teams within the community.
If you feel you are an analog person locked in a digital world, LITE:’s latest blog post will provide exactly what you need. Traditional media is back and might be stronger than ever. Learn everything you need to keep up with it.
Istanbul Bilgi University has been selected, for the 4th time, as one of the top 140 universities according to the reputable QS "Emerging Europe and Central Asia University Ranking". BİLGİ is included in the top 4 foundation universities in the 2019 ranking.
Long hours, less vacation, more concerns... Sure you're ready? Read our blog post on the realities of being self-employed and see if you're up for the challenge.
Toyi is a limitless creative play kit without a manual that enables children to transform everything around them into unique toys. Toyi will be available for purchase over Kickstarter between 5th November - 2nd December 2018. Through the Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, for every Toyi kit that is purchased, a Toyi kit will be provided to a disadvantaged kid with the operational partnerships made with civil society organizations around the world.
The non-profit H&M Foundation opens the fourth round of its annual innovation challenge Global Change Award. With over 8,000 entries from 151 countries since 2015, it’s the go-to competition for circular innovation and has been named the Nobel Prize of fashion. It provides powerful funding and yearlong coaching to innovators who come up with solutions to spark the shift towards a circular fashion industry, protecting the planet and our living conditions.
With an academic experience of more than twenty years, İstanbul Bilgi University offers more than fifty graduate programs for those who want to pursue an academic career or acquire the new skills required by their existing professional career. A strong faculty, academic programs designed to address the rapidly evolving needs of today’s world, an extensive international network, and a lively academic agenda that includes several regular conferences make BİLGİ an attractive choice for graduate studies.
Since it's foundation, ATÖLYE aimed to create solutions for problems in various fields, to provide social benefits and, most importantly, to create long-term value and impact throughout all of this. ATÖLYE have now brought together all the projects they have undertaken, the community they gathered with great commitment, and the events and workshops they have organized, insights, values, the articles we wrote and our future plans, in a publication called Reflections.
İstanbul Bilgi University ranked third on Bloomberg Businessweek’s “Best Universities of Turkey 2018” survey, climbing three positions compared to last year. Conducted between December 2017 and April 2018, the survey included 28,214 students from 113 universities. The students answered 58
The 2018 results of “Turkey’s University Satisfaction Survey (TÜMA)”, held by the University Assessment & Research Laboratory (ÜniAr), reveal that İstanbul Bilgi University ranks in the A+ group, which is known as the highest satisfaction level. The survey conducted by