Ainur Abdina is making the impossible possible while successfully navigating her company through the pandemic. The entrepreneur from Kazakhstan acquired the necessary confidence and know-how in the Manager Training Programme.
Temirtau is the capital of the metallurgical industry in Kazakhstan. The city (Temirtau means “iron mountain”) is home to Inkar-1, a mechanical engineering and metalworking business. The head of the firm, Kuandyk Nurpeissov, participated in the Manager Training Programme in 2012 − with considerable success: on the occasion of the tenth MP anniversary in Kazakhstan in 2014, he was awarded first prize for the best cooperation project. Continue reading
Zhanajar Tapalov decided he wanted to become self-employed back in the year 2000. With Infradin GmbH he established a small company for the production and maintenance of water, electricity and heating meters. At the time, meters were still a rarity in the central Asian country, which is blessed with oil and gas reserves and is one of the world’s largest oil exporters. Continue reading
“Germany is a global leader in mechanical engineering and metalworking. I couldn’t miss out on the opportunity to visit German companies, gain new information and perhaps receive answers to my most urgent questions”, says Kuandyk Nurpeissov. Continue reading
What goes for Kazakhstan goes for Eastern Kazakhstan in particular. The province, which is located on the border with Russia, China and Mongolia has just five inhabitants per square kilometre – four times fewer than in Germany – and is hard to access because of the Altai mountains. Continue reading