The event was attended by experts from Greece and the Russian Federation. They shared their experience in business planning.
The OSCE Center in Ashgabat held a seminar on small business development for women on July 6-7. International experts shared best practices in promoting relevant entrepreneurship, and touched upon gender issues, as reported by the press office of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
The event was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Finance and Economy, the Ministry of Trade and Foreign Economic Relations, as well as employees of private organizations.
Within the framework of the seminar, the focus was made on specific mechanisms for stimulating small businesses, namely microcredits. It was noted that women’s participation in the economic sphere contributes significantly towards economic recovery, the creation of a cohesive society, and ensuring stability in the region.
Experts from Greece and Russia talked about strategic business planning, selection rules, and typical mistakes during the promotion and networking of small and medium-sized enterprises.
A representative of the Women’s Union of Turkmenistan shared information on the experience of the Central Asian country in the development of women’s entrepreneurship and priorities in this direction.