Turkmenistan to organize Business French language training for female entrepreneurs
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Oct.22
By Farida Nuri – Trend:
The French Institute in Turkmenistan will organize business French language training for Turkmen female entrepreneurs, artisans, handicraftsmen wishing to trade online on global e-commerce platforms, Trend reports citing State news agency of Turkmenistan.
According to the information, the project starts within the framework of the program for the promotion of the French language in Central Asia with the financial support of the Solidarity Fund for Innovative Projects of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
It is also being implemented in partnership with the Handmade Export 2021 business incubator program organized by Orlan company with the support of the USAID project to develop entrepreneurship and business environment in Turkmenistan.
The Handmade Export 2021 business incubator program, the first of its kind, was launched in Turkmenistan in May this year. It was created to help organize the online business of Turkmen craftswomen and is designed to ensure the stability of sales of national handmade products through online trading platforms, expanding access to the ‘hand-made’ market.
It is reported that new prospects for the development of their own business, undoubtedly, attracted needlewomen from various parts of the country to participate in the program. The best candidates who successfully passed the competitive selection became the project participants. As for the training of representatives seeking to implement business strategies in the global space, training, coaching sessions on business planning, e-commerce, logistics, marketing and masterclasses from international experts are provided for them.
Business French courses organized by the French Institute in Turkmenistan will become one of the important components of the productive training of Turkmen women entrepreneurs. The training will take place from October to December this year.