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Technological Fight against Corona; “Cron-up” Turned Threats into Opportunities

Technological Fight against Corona; “Cron-up” Turned Threats into Opportunities

 

“Cron-up” is a series of online events for activists of the innovation and technology ecosystem in order to turn the threat of coronavirus into an opportunity. The event follows the formation of an efficient infrastructure for the development of technological activities virtually.

A series of online Cron-Up events will be held in eight areas, namely business management, information and communication technology, soft technologies, seminary and technology, art, humanities and technology, medicine and the sea. Accordingly, a virtual event is held according to each axis to witness the prosperity of technological activities during the Corona era.

The series of online Cron-Up events has aimed to take use of the situations created because of coronavirus. The Corona scandal, the closure of universities, educational and cultural institutions, economic enterprises followed, and some businesses stagnated. This has negative effects in the long run.

Therefore, given the importance of events in the technology ecosystem and the elite area, and in order to help the country"s medical community by relying on the slogan "Stay at home", a platform has been provided to turn this threat into a golden opportunity. In addition to preventing the stagnation of small businesses, a very efficient infrastructure has been created for the expansion of educational and technological activities virtually. The same goes for holding and designing a series of online Cron-Up events.

Unlimited reading period; The world"s short story review sessions are part of a series of events held on May 20th, 2020. The event has been designed for students and activists of the innovation and technology ecosystem. In its early sessions, Anton Chekhov"s best short stories are examined. Attendance at this event is free for enthusiasts.

A report by the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs

 






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