How can small and medium-sized enterprises benefit from digital media? How can they optimise marketing? And how can they find and retain qualified personnel? Turkmen alumni discovered the answers to these and other questions in a series of seminars organised for them by the Manager Training Programme.
Enterprises in Turkmenistan can participate in the BMWi Manager Training Programme for a further three years. Representatives of Germany and the Central Asian country have agreed on this. On 11 December 2020, Dirk Jakobi, Chargé d’Affaires of the German Embassy in Ashgabat, and the Turkmen Minister of Finance and Economy, Muhammetgeldi Serdarov, signed a Joint Declaration in the Turkmen capital Ashgabat on the extension of the Programme until the end of 2023. Continue reading
Within the scope of personnel management training, a group of Turkmen participants took part in an interactive simulation in which they were able to demonstrate their team and leadership skills. The MP participants can now also put what they learned to good use when in negotiations with German business partners.
2019 was a notable year for entrepreneur Meretmuhammet Meredov. The Managing Director of “Kindi”, a baked goods producer in Turkmenistan, came to Germany to learn about new methods for making confectionary and to find partners for a joint venture. Consequently, he completely revamped his corporate planning. Continue reading
The Turkmen MP group visited the German hidden champion Dinse GmbH. There they learned how to operate successfully worldwide, despite low personnel costs, and why good service is so important for SMEs. Continue reading
On a frosty November day Sigurd Pfitzner, the Head of quality assurance at First Sensor Microelectronic Packaging GmbH in Dresden, shows his guests from Turkmenistan the production of highly sensitive electronic sensors. It’s all about ultra-pure processes, the tiniest semiconductor structures and adaptive multi-sensor systems. Continue reading
21 executives from Turkmenistan completed successful negotiations with German business partners during their 4-week stay in Germany. Nury Hydyrov will be representing the Dresden photovoltaic company Solarwatt in Turkmenistan. Continue reading