February, 2021
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Improving the knowledge and skills of entrepreneurs on remote business management tools using modern information technologies
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis is challenging all countries in unprecedented ways. While containing the pandemic and protecting people is a top priority, the restrictions imposed have had a significant negative impact on small and medium-sized businesses, which are the backbone of the economy. Disruptions to supply chains, forced job cuts, and unexpected costs have led to higher prices for final products. In the cycle of operational tasks, entrepreneurs from small and medium-sized businesses do not have sufficient resources to engage in technological innovation and thus effectively restructure the internal processes of business and team management in response to restrictive measures

UNDP is implementing the regional project "Capacity Building for Financing Sustainable Development in the CIS Region", which is funded by the Trust Fund "Russian Federation – UNDP for Development" supported Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund

20 entrepreneurs from the small and medium-sized businesses of the Kyrgyz Republic who have passed the preliminary selection and qualification

Three-day training aimed at developing the skills of implementing and using tools and ways to minimize business risks through IT solutions for small and medium-sized businesses
Understanding the algorithm, principles of search and selection of solutions for business automation
Verification of counterparties from the EAEU and other countries
Understanding the scheme of increasing sales in the EAEU market through by implementing IT solutions
Conducting an analysis of the EAEU market
Understanding the principles of cost reduction, optimization of working capital management through the implementation of IT solutions
Understanding the principles of reducing production risks
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