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Education has been undergoing a remarkable transformation in recent years, with technology playing a pivotal role in shaping new paths and methods for learning. Uteach emerged as a platform that enables individuals, training centers, and onboarding companies to easily create professional online teaching websites within minutes.

Founded by the AIST Global company in 2020, Uteach quickly adapted to the challenging times brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. It was developed as a solution to automate online education, empowering creators, coaches, trainers, and educational institutions to establish their professional websites easily. By focusing on e-learning automation, Uteach has become an all-in-one solution for anyone looking to establish an online school without the need for extensive investments or technical expertise.

“Uteach's mission is to make every individual's experience matter. Uteach stands out as an e-learning automation platform for a diverse range of users. Within minutes, users can create their professional training websites with automation tools and features specifically designed for the teaching industry. Unlike other platforms, Uteach differentiates itself by providing an all-in-one solution with no need to use multiple tools and platforms,” says Shushan Shahbazyan, 31-year-old co-founder and CEO of Uteach.

Thanks to the EU4Business "Innovative Tourism and Technology Development for Armenia" (ITTD) project, Uteach received a grant of 27 million AMD (approximately EUR 62,000) in 2022 and invested it in expanding the workforce.

“This strategic decision allowed us to utilize the resources for marketing and advertising campaigns, increasing sales and raising awareness about the platform that empowers individuals to monetize their teaching skills online,” Shushan states.

The platform offers a website constructor, video courses, live lessons, quiz builders, certificate generation, mobile applications, online payment gateways, integration with other tools, digital and physical product sales, blogging capabilities, a customizable CRM, and much more.

The automation tools provided by Uteach significantly reduce the time and budget required to manage online teaching platforms. With features designed to streamline administrative tasks, course creation, and student management, users can save up to 70% of their time and resources, allowing them to focus on what matters most – delivering high-quality education.

With its user-friendly platform and automation tools, Uteach is empowering individuals and organizations to unlock their potential, redefine education, and contribute to the country's overall progress.

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The EU4Business “Innovative Tourism and Technology Development for Armenia” (ITTD) project is ongoing in Armenia. Its overall objective is to ensure shared, balanced, and inclusive growth in tourism and innovative industries. The project is working with innovative tourism ventures in the northern regions of Armenia, providing support to hi-tech and innovative entrepreneurs, organizing international knowledge exchanges for hi-tech researchers, and establishing networks to foster a business culture among students and the general public.

Under the ITTD project, more than 150 ventures have already received support: this has helped sustain or generate a total of 400 jobs and provided training for over 1000 individuals.

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