Hana Qerimi, the CEO of StarLabs and Digital School, shared the successful journey of both companies at the most unique startup conference in Europe, the Pirate Summit, held in Cologne, Germany.
In front of hundreds of participants, Hana unfolded the inspiring story of the StarLabs and Digital School, starting from their establishment, educating children aged 8 to 18 in the program area, the major impact in this sector at the local level, and success at the international level.
“Programming is the common language of the future,” Hana said as a starting point in her speech to an open, inspiring, and creative atmosphere.
Among the many participants from different companies from 26 different countries around the world, Hana was undoubtedly an inspiration with her story-telling about the beginnings of StarLabs and Digital School.
She shared how, seven years ago, that she and co-founder Darsej Rizaj had the idea to create a course where children would learn different programming languages, an idea that got started with a budget from family savings and the help of close friends, and how this idea has already turned into a global trend, with partners in many countries around the world.
StarLabs and Digital School aim to develop a new generation of tech experts who can make significant contributions to the workforce, supporting innovation and development.
StarLabs has a dedicated team of more than 200 skilled engineers to create exceptional software experiences. Our primary goal is to keep cultivating cohesive teams that specialize in delivering innovative technological solutions for our valued clients.