As part of his working trip to Mangystau region on behalf of the Head of State, Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev visited the Mangystau Business Service Center in Aktau, where he inspected the preparedness to provide services under the new law on entrepreneurship.

During the inspection, the Prime Minister was shown the work of the registry, the operating room, the conference halls for training start-up entrepreneurs, got acquainted with the activities of the Atameken microfinance organization and the Bastau-Business school. A total of 72 people work at the BSC.

The Director of the regional Chamber of Entrepreneurs N. Karasayev told about the activities of the Center and the measures to support local businessmen. In total, there are two BSCs under the regional chamber of entrepreneurs |Atameken” in the region: in the cities of Aktau and Zhanaozen, at the same time, the staff of the BSCs are represented in every district of the region. In 2017, a total of about 22 thousand services were provided, over 5 months - more than 9 thousand.

It should be noted that the BSC provides one-stop services in the following areas: service and consulting services, training in entrepreneurship and working professions “Zhana Serpin”, support of investment projects, PSC services, taxpayer's terminal, Employment and Microcredit Center. In addition, here applications for connection to public services are accepted in digital format.

N. Karasayev also reported that training is being conducted under the "Bastau business" project in the territory of the BSC under the regional Chamber of Entrepreneurs. In 2017, 930 start-ups took part in the project. During the five months of 2018, 292 people were trained in the basics of entrepreneurship.

Reference: The number of active entities in the sphere of small and medium business in January-April 2018 amounted to 48.6 thousand or 106.7% to the corresponding period of 2017.

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Published: 08 June 2018

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