Executive Entrepreneurship Training in the Agribusiness Sector to Promote Partnerships and Facilitate Export Opportunities
The University of Central Asia’s School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE) offers a new short-cycle executive entrepreneurship programme, which will create international synergies within four priority industry sectors that will have most powerful potential for growth, to promote increased exports, enhanced revenue streams and job creation. Specifically, this training for advanced entrepreneurs will focus on established business linkages, formal partnerships and the development of joint ventures, with the view to facilitate export promotion, foreign investments, and access to new markets for SMEs in the region.
The overall aim of this assignment is to enhance Business to Business linkages between countries (Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and Tajikistan), involving Accelerate Prosperity (AP) Investees and SPCE supported enterprises. The training would encourage growth in area of promotion of trade between neighboring countries, promotion of exchange experience of running successful business across Central/South Asia and extension of value chain networks among growth businesses in the same industries.
To achieve these aims, the training programme will cover: (i) how to establish joint ventures and business partnerships; (ii) how to access wider markets beyond the traditional base; (iii) understanding import/export regulations and tax regimes; (iv) and how to develop business models for growth and export-oriented production.
The training will be conducted in English.
Deadline for applications: February 28, 2021.
For more information: +996 (770) 822 027, +996 (770) 822 379
The University of Central Asia (UCA) offers an internationally recognized standard of higher education in Central Asia. UCA’s School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE) provides a range of high-quality technical and professional education opportunities across the region with the aim of supporting employment and economic growth. Under this project SPCE will directly support Accelerate Prosperity (AP) through the provision of entrepreneurship training to 85 small and medium enterprise owners from Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and Tajikistan. The training is specifically designed to encourage business linkages, formal partnerships and the development of joint ventures, with a view to facilitating export promotion and access to new markets for small-medium entrepreneurship (SMEs) in the region.
The training is expected to create capacity in the industry implementing managers at different levels, both at the country and regionals levels, aiming to boost performance of the overall industry implementation. The training should provide management and staff at different levels better performing capability and increase their effectiveness and efficiency by upgrading their managership ability through gaining valuable experiences and acquire best practices. It endeavors managers (entrepreneurships) participating in the training to bring about valuable and positive change in those they lead, increase engagement, motivation and morale in their team, enhance performance of individuals. and provide an authentic role model that inspires followers and develops others into managers of their business. The programme is offered as part of the Accelerate Prosperity Asia project supported by the EU
The outcome of the project is enhanced capacity of SMEs from Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and Tajikistan to expand business activities and promote exports through new business networks, partnerships and joint ventures.