OptySun, the innovative water purification technology, recently concluded a transformative three-month participation in the GIST Business Incubation program, an initiative by the U.S. Department of State. This unique program brings together top science and technology innovators alongside American businesses, fostering cross-market access and creating collaborative opportunities.
During their residence at the Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute at Arizona State University, OptySun’s co-founder, Polina Kravtsova, was appointed as a Member of the ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute Accelerator. This recognition underscores the significant impact and potential of OptySun’s revolutionary approach to water purification.
The GIST Business Incubation program provided OptySun with a valuable platform to connect with the local entrepreneurial ecosystem, establishing critical business relationships and exploring potential partnerships and investments. Simultaneously, the program facilitated American businesses in gaining awareness of global entrepreneurs, innovations, and markets.
Reflecting on the experience, the OptySun team expressed gratitude for the incredible opportunity to immerse themselves in the American market. This three-month journey was not only a learning experience but also a chance to showcase the innovation’s potential on a global stage.