Nenad Bakić at Meeting G2.4. – Find out how the STEM revolution came to be.
We will hear at Meeting G2.4. from first hand about numerous successful projects in Croatia and in the world. After as many as 7 panels about different industries, on Tuesday, November 13th, at the end of the day we will have the opportunity to learn more about one of the most noticed projects in Croatia in the last two years.
Nenad Bakić, entrepreneur, investor and philantropist will tell you about Croatian Makers project through which STEM activities are introduced into the educational institutions and local communities. The project was launched through the Institute for Development and Innovativeness of Young People (IRIM) and it currently includes 100,000 children. These children have received micro:bit devices in more than 1,000 educational institutions around the country for study of computing. At the same time the Croatian Makers robotic league has been initiated. It includes more than 550 schools where children study about new technologies using 2,750 donated robots.
Join us and learn how one idea of one entrepeneur has produced what we in our Croatia nowadays call the STEM revolution.
Do not miss this year’s Meeting G2 and register online.