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Management training program of the Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate Change of Germany (Suitable for partnership with Germany)

🇺🇿 🇩🇪On June 29-30, Tashkent hosts an introductory seminar for participants of the Program for training managers of the Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate Protection of Germany (BMWk) Fit for partnership with Germany.

The program is implemented by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan jointly with Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH (Bonn)

20 entrepreneurs from Bukhara, Samarkand, Navoi, Namangan and Tashkent have started working on their cooperation projects with German enterprises.

Curators of the Program, representatives of Carl Duisberg Centren gemeinnützige GmbH held individual consultations and sessions on intercultural differences; resources for finding partners, raw materials and equipment; identified the needs of entrepreneurs of Uzbekistan for additional knowledge.

The management training program of the Federal Ministry of Economy and Climate Change of Germany (BMWk) Fit for partnership with Germany promotes the development of competencies of managers of commercial enterprises of Uzbekistan aimed at expanding the sales market of manufactured products and cooperation with German entrepreneurs.

The participants of the program presented their project ideas to the expert commission, were trained at an introductory seminar and are starting an online training program, after which they will take part in a two-week internship in Germany.

Entrepreneurs represent various sectors of the economy: textile, food, agricultural, import of consumer goods, supply of equipment, IT sector, etc.

Participation in such projects is a unique opportunity to exchange experience and implement joint ideas not only with representatives of German business circles, but also to find partners among entrepreneurs of Uzbekistan.

Interview of our director Abdulaziz Dadakhanov (Berlin, Germany at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Germany about business development)