NIT seeks to provide a high-energy, collaborative, and supportive environments to nurture and develop startups to become sustainable, profitable companies.

Resources will include

  • Co-working space
  • Access to computers, software, and equipment
  • Lounge and recreation areas
  • Meeting and conference rooms
  • Access to various professionals on retainer including accountants, attorneys, bookkeepers, graphics designers, web developers, etc
  • Shared hosting
  • Networking opportunities in Serbia and the US with other founders, experts, and investors
  • Funding and investment opportunities
  • Business mentoring
  • Recruiting and onboarding assistance
  • and more …

In this course, competencies are acquired that enable students to be effective and productive communicate with others, regardless of role or setting.

While technical skills are obviously important, many organizations give them a disproportionate amount of weight in job descriptions and training, but that’s changing fast.

These are some of the skills that are becoming the most sought after in today’s jobs and are being addressed in this course:

Emotional intelligence
Developing EI is becoming increasingly important – how to make the students understand themselves and others so that they can better manage relationships.

Critical thinking
This skill is about using the thought process and a strategy for effective decision making that is likely to deliver positive outcomes.

Creativity
Many people argue that creative thinking must come naturally, but there are actually several processes for which has been proven to enhance a person’s level of creativity.

Managing people
Knowing how to manage others well requires a strong understanding of human behavior and how to positively influence such behaviors.

Complex problem solving
This is the skill of finding ways to change what is desirable when the situation is an emergency and when regular methods will not work.

Judgment and decision-making
Attendees will learn to make healthier decisions (and see positive outcomes) when they understand how several tried and true techniques are used.

Negotiating
Attendees will learn to make healthier decisions (and see positive outcomes) when they understand how several tried and true techniques are used.

Cognitive flexibility
Building on this skill allows trainees to quickly adjust their thinking in response to new ideas, circumstances, requirements, and other changes.

Presentation
Knowing how to use PowerPoint is not enough – learners need to understand how to present information in a clear and engaging way that leads to action.

Imperative programming

 

C# basics
About the language itself and the environment

Branching
If then else, switch

Loops
While, do…while, for, foreach

Methods
Input and output parameters, keywords out and ref

Data structures
Arrays, lists, dictionaries

Memory management
Difference between Valuable and Reference
data types

Working with errors (bugs)

Try, catch i finally

Object Oriented Programming I

 

Classes and objects

Writing classes, instantiating objects. Static elements

WPF I

 

WinForms

A look back at old forms

XML, XAML

Markup languages, the XAML we use for WFP

Controls

Basic controls in WPF and theirs
organization

Binding

Connecting the Controller to the Data

Object Oriented Programming II

 

Inheritance

The way classes use the code we already have
write. Virtual, override and new

Conditions

Getters and setters

Abstraction

How classes are organized.

Interfaces and Structs

Classes that contain only methods or fields

Predicates, delegates, and events

Pointers to methods, event pattern

WPF II

 

Converter

Convert value

 

Validators

Validation

 

 

Database

SQL

Introduction to SQL and relational databases

EF

Entity Framework in C # through which we communicate with databases

Code first approach

Entity Framework generates a database
and tables based on the classes we
have defined.

Desktop development application

Mobile app development

Web application development

Unity – game development

C#

Programming basics

Variables

Branching (if else, switch)

Loops (while, do .. while, for)

Methods

Object Oriented Programming – Introduction

Inheritance

Polymorphism

Abstraction

Algorithms

Procedural generation

Unity

 

The basics of the Unity interface

2D environment, entrance

Sprites

Collisions, colliders, rays

Unity Store

Particle system

Animation

Tile based games

Complex objects

Strategic Management
The goal of the course is to train participants to think strategically and to understand marketing strategy as an essential area of ​​marketing management. How to choose and implement the appropriate course of action in selected target markets to ensure the growth and development of businesses in a competitive market is the main intention of this course. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to make strategic decisions, to work proactively in the market by making decisions that will ensure a long-term competitive advantage in the market. Content Segment: Concept and development of strategic marketing; The need for a strategic approach to marketing; Basic stages of strategic marketing planning; Strategic Issue Management (Marketing Decision Making); Information on strategic decision-making system in marketing; Strategic market analysis; Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategy; Strategic Planning Marketing Instruments; Marketing mix and marketing strategy; Strategic Marketing in the Global Market; Strategic Marketing Implementation.

Managing the Extended Marketing Mix
This segment covers the following areas: Market segmentation and targeting; Brand management and creation; brand positioning; A new concept of competitive advantage; Managing new product development to achieve lasting competitive advantage; Qualitative and quantitative market research; Advertising strategy and management; Design of distribution channels in the market; assessing, analyzing and managing marketing using customer equity; Service and Consumer Marketing; Broad management and business market; managing a sales organization; Marketing management in the information age.

Brand management
This segment and its content cover issues of specific product definition in the minds of consumers, but can be defined as a separate company strategy for a subtly selected market segment or segments. Traditionally, branded products or services were considered to be an addition to a product. However, a more recent view is that the product is only one element of the brand. A brand is seen as a promise of a set of attributes given in the way that the person who buys the product or service gets satisfaction. A brand is a combination of a set of attributes (such as a product), consumer benefits (needs and wants that it satisfies), and value (what connects the consumer to the product). A brand is created when marketing adds a product to a product in a process of differentiating it from other products with similar attributes and advantages.

Sales management
The sales management segment deals with sophisticated sales management strategies and techniques in the national and international environment. Attendees will learn to set up a unique leadership and sales framework to establish a culture of healthy, high-productive sales within their organization and for their team. Managing traditional and new sales channels and customer perceptions is also a subject of study. The participants will cover the following sections: how to determine your pricing strategy, how to set goals and production, market and territory sales and marketing planning in the market, lead productive teams and optimally manage time and meetings. It is also important to master how to prepare incentive compensation bonus programs that produce results. Human resource management and sales a critical aspect of sales management.

Development of business ideas

As part of its activities, the NIT Center supports business development idea to their tenants. Interested clients with a business idea they think they have deserves attention they can contact the NIt Center team and get an inhouse or remote support. Those who opt to be co-users spaces have the daily support of the NIT Center team as well as a mentor who The Center engages. Support yourself consists in the joint development of a business idea, analysis and project design operationalizing this idea as well as developing a business plan …

Office support

In addition to those selected for business incubator participants, the NIT Center provides office space with the necessary infrastructure, bookkeeping, business law and tax advisory services as well as services to increase the competitive advantage of the product.

Preparing for external investment

Another segment of great importance is the preparation of companies for external investment. NIT Center works with its tenants on incubation and acceleration programs and organizations for those interested is also preparing for external investment, that is, organizing a product presentation to interested investors; and preparing the negotiation of investment conditions.

Tenants of the business incubator in 2020/2021 are: