As part of the implementation of the “Supplier Development Services” project, QazIndustry visited the Czech Republic

In early December, QazIndustry specialists visited a number of Czech enterprises in order to exchange experience, got acquainted with innovative projects and tools to support entrepreneurs. This visit was organized as part of a project to develop a supplier system "Improving the competitiveness of small and medium enterprises in Kazakhstan." In particular, a delegation from Kazakhstan visited the DIAMO enterprise engaged in mining, processing and processing of radioactive minerals.

Then we visited the company “Mubea”, which is a world leader in the development and production of automotive products with unique characteristics that reduce the weight of the car and protect the environment by reducing emissions. The enterprise supplier registry has 75 companies for the production of each device. 40% of suppliers are Czech companies. That is, if the device has 15 components, then for each part in the registry there are from 3 to 5 companies - potential suppliers. The selection of a supplier and participation in deliveries is carried out on a common basis in accordance with EU market rules.

The attention to technical innovations and high quality of operation is due to the desire by 2020 to become one of the 100 leading global automotive suppliers. We also visited the Pilsner HUB business incubator. Thanks to many years of experience and knowledge in the field of public services, HUB offers many technological innovations that contribute to the development of a smart city. The organization provides support to students in the field of startup development.

By the way, this IT Hub is an analogue of the Astana Hub available in Kazakhstan and has identical startup support tools. Next in line for review was the CzechInvest Investment and Business Development Agency, which is a state-owned charitable organization subordinate to the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic. The agency supports small, medium and innovative start-up companies. And the last, but no less interesting for the exchange of experience, was the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises of the Czech Republic - AMSP ČR. This is a non-profit organization that pays for all operations and services to entrepreneurs at the expense of membership fees, own economic activities and resources of commercial partners. For almost twenty years, the Association has been collecting data on small and medium enterprises and individual entrepreneurs, which makes it today the most reliable statistics for this segment of the business.

Note that the supplier development service is another stage in the Project “Improving the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Enterprises”, implemented by the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the support of the World Bank.

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