Kazakhstan continues to support young entrepreneurs
Baku, Azerbaijan, May 3
Aspiring entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan are to receive grants worth 500,000 tenge to start their business, Trend reports citing inbusiness.kz
“This support is provided by Atameken, the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, within the framework of the special Enbek program. The first step of the program is to teach business basics to young entrepreneurs at the training course of 21 days,” reads the message.
“After the training is complete, some 10,000 people will be selected to receive the finance support. The sum worth 5 billion tenge of the State Budget was allocated for this initiative,” the news report said.
On May 3, the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan and the "Jas Kanat Council of Young Entrepreneurs" Fund signed a cooperation agreement.