To boost the IT sector in Armenia, the government has again allocated 80 million AMD (US$200,000). A breakdown of who will receive the money follows.
10 million – DigiTec Information & Telecommunication Technologies Expo and related events
17.2 million – Venture Conference (Part of the Science and Technologies Entrepreneurship Program/STEP)
2 million – ICT Leaders Meeting without Ties Forum (4 times yearly)
3 million – 2014 DigiTec Business Innovation Forum
7 million – ArmTec 2014 Conference
20 million – Armenia-Indian ICT Center
10 million – Microsoft Innovation Center
5 million – To develop capabilities with Intel, SISCO, National Instruments, Nokia and other multinational companies
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