There are amazing news for ambitious startup folks here! Startups and small and medium enterprises, and all who dreamed to start their own business, but was unable to! Vyacheslav Kim, Kenes Rakishev and Asel Tasmagambetova have established the Sabi charity fund among other things to help you make your dream come true.
Kenes Rakishev’s and Asel Tasmagambetova’s Sabi charity fund started the sevenths yearly contest for young entrepreneurs “Build Your Business”. What does it takes to win the $100,000 grant from the sponsors – K. Rakishev, V. Kim and A.Tasmagambetova?
- Film a one minute clip about your project.
- Put it on social networks.
- Fill in the registration form http://www.entrepreneur.saby.kz/
The registrations will be accepted until December 15. Winners will be selected and grants paid in March 2020. The contest is open for Kazakhstan businessmen and women aged from 18 to 35 inclusive. Those who already has some working projects in need of further development will have some benefits. Ernst&Young and Microsoft will provide additional aid to the winning contestants.
Sabi charity fund established by Kenes Rakishev, Asel Tasmagambetova and Vyacheslav Kim is holding the contest for six years. 49 grants for young entrepreneurs were given away for a sum of $1,280,000. The fund helped to developed projects in all kinds of small and medium business in Kazakhstan.
Sabi private charity fund was established in 2002. The main sponsors and founders are Kenes Rakishev and Asel Tasmagambetova. Sabi is targeted to support activities that improve the physical, mental and spiritual strength of children and education availability. Sabi helps children in need, sick and disabled children and orphans and socially vulnerable kids. It extends the support to adults when it is possible.
Sabi fund is one of the most successful charities active in Kazakhstan.
We kindly ask to pass this information in social media, if appropriate, to help the young people to fulfill their dreams with the “Build Your Business” contest. We believe in the power of the online communities and are grateful to our sponsors – Vyacheslav Kim, Kenes Rakishev and Asel Tasmagambetova for their valuable input in developing SME movement in Kazakhstan.