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  • S.Yelshibekova "Damu" Fund provides opportunity to develop products «Made in Kazakhstan»
24 Февраля, 2016 14:32

S.Yelshibekova "Damu" Fund provides opportunity to develop products «Made in Kazakhstan»

"Damu" Fund provides a good opportunity to develop high-quality products and services «Made in Kazakhstan», a member of the Association of Business Women of Kazakhstan, the executive director of "Independent auditing company Kazakhconsulting" Saltanat Yelshibekova said in an interview with Strategy2050.kz.
S.Yelshibekova "Damu" Fund provides opportunity to develop products «Made in Kazakhstan» | Strategy2050.kz

I have been convinced personally that the program of "Damu" Fund works for the benefit of start-uppers, for business development. I needed the funds to start the business. In connection with the global crisis it is difficult to build a business, but we need to try. It is necessary to increase local content. The higher local content is, the more the economy improves", - the businessman said.

As she pointed out, we are joining the World Trade Organization, and "there are big risks for Kazakhstan's business, we need to be competitive."

"It is essential the consumers to products made in Kazakhstan. My experience tells me that women should be engaged in the development of services such as food, light industry. Developing business, it is necessary to remember about the high class service. Now Kazakhstan is being visited by many foreigners, they need services. "Damu" Fund provides a good opportunity to develop high-quality products and services «Made in Kazakhstan», - she assured.

Botagoz Aytzhanova

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