Humphrey Fellow credits LaunchPad for entrepreneurial experience

Maxim GlagolevMaxim Glagolev, a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, started Geeklama, an online coding school that makes quality live coding lessons available to all kids – regardless of where they live. Glagolev credits his entrepreneurial experience in the U.S. for his knowledge on how to start a company. He became involved in the Blackstone LaunchPad and Techstars while studying at Syracuse University. He participated in the LaunchPad’s Startup Weekend and gained insights into entrepreneurial practices in the U.S. The LaunchPad then later helped connect him with U.S. experts in specialized areas such as incorporation and finance as Geeklama launched in this country. Read the full story, "Maxim Glagolev on entrepreneurship that makes a difference in the world," published on the Blackstone LaunchPad website. 09/14/20