Kazakhstan and South Korea to Cooperate in More Projects in the Next 3 Years
Kazakhstan’s Entrepreneurship Development Fund and Korean Small and Medium have announced plans to cooperate in more projects in the next three years.
Deputy Chairman of the Entrepreneurship Development Fund, Daulet Abilkairov said the partnership training sessions for Kazakh small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in an advanced technology park in South Korea.
“There is a startup academy in (South) Korea for SMEs and their experience is very important for us,” he said, adding that Kazakh businesses need to learn from their Korean counterparts for the successful development of the country’s SME industry.
The announcement was made at a meeting between the two organizations in Seoul. The cooperation includes South Korea’s participation in the upcoming Kazakh national products exhibition in May this year.
Kazakhstan and South Korea have been cooperating for four years. In 2017, South Korea has developed a support system for the SMEs industry in Kazakhstan.
A number of Kazakh SMEs were trained and given consultations from the Korean experts.