North Kazakhstan region to host free master class for businesswomen living in rural areas
The Atameken NCE RK will conduct free master class "Development of Women's entrepreneurship in rural areas" with the assistance of the Asian Development Bank in the North Kazakhstan region on July 16. The main purpose of the event is to support women's entrepreneurship and develop the economic potential of women living in rural areas.
Within the framework of the seminar, women living in rural areas will be able to meet with representatives of international organizations, development institutions and potential investors in B2B format and training seminars.
The key topics for discussion are:
- solving social issues of women in rural areas,
- discussion of financial and non-financial support tools for SMEs,
- government programmes for business development,
- grant programs of international organizations that allow implementing business initiatives in rural areas.
The participants will receive effective training on the basics of business and access to finance:
- Where to get initial capital;
- How to get a grant or credit from a bank;
- How to develop your business and find new markets.
They will be taught:
- to prepare a business plan;
- find potential customers;
- create advertising and promote business via the Internet.
Address: 118, Parkovaya Street, Petropavlovsk, Skif Hotel Complex
Remind that free training courses of the Atameken NCE RK with the support of the Asian Development Bank will be held in 15 regions of the country.
The course program includes presentations of credit programs (criteria, conditions, and requirements for lending, etc.) of the second-tier banks and micro-financial institutions. It will focus on the formation and maintenance of financial statements, understanding of legal issues to start a business, the correct formation and submission of documentation for obtaining affordable loans.
Participation is open to women entrepreneurs working in rural areas and registered in rural areas, as well as individuals (self-employed) who have been trained under the Bastau Business Project.