Astana Hub, the largest technopark in Central Asia, will hold a closed meeting with the heads of Belarusian IT companies in Minsk
The capital of Kazakhstan is not inferior to many European countries in terms of IT business conditions. According to the “Doing Business” rating According to the World Bank in 2019, Kazakhstan ranks 25th in terms of ease of doing business among 190 countries.
Astana Hub is located in the innovation center of the capital of Kazakhstan and is an entry point for foreign companies interested in the IT market of Central Asia, offering favorable business conditions. There is a special tax regime for Astana Hub residents, and foreign participants can extend their visa for up to 5 years with the help of the Technopark expat center.
Astana Hub is the main community and networking platform of the entire IT industry in Kazakhstan. The technopark serves as a place that unites startups and investors. Startups get access to a large network of international investors, and investors have the opportunity to contact startup residents of the hub. For foreign partners, the technopark holds high-quality introductory meetings with the local community of technology entrepreneurs.
On March 24, Astana Hub will hold a closed presentation in Minsk of the opportunities available in the region for Belarusian IT companies interested in scaling into the IT market of Central Asia.
In the program of the meeting:
Advantages of expanding business in Kazakhstan;
Business opportunities for outsourcing, product companies, as well as companies in the field of cloud computing;
Simplified visa and tax regime as a measure to support IT entrepreneurship;
Access to investors and networking with the IT community of Kazakhstan;
Human resources potential of the country;
The possibility of registering a business according to the principles of English law;
Financing and preferential lending opportunities.
Representatives of the Astana Hub technopark, as well as Belarusian companies will speak at the event, who will share their experience of scaling business in Kazakhstan, as well as the advantages of the cultural, infrastructural and leisure climate of the country:
- Marlene Sikhaev, Astana Hub;
- Anna Batalova, Astana Hub;
- Sirotko Vladimir, Soft Club;
- Dmitry Panchenko, N-lil ltd;
- Alexander Pashkovsky, ITS Partner;
- Artem Lagunovsky, Aloteq Qazaq.
Date of the event: March 24 (Wednesday).
Time of the event: 18:00.
Venue: Minsk, Renaissance Minsk Hotel
The number of seats is limited. To book a place for a meeting, we ask you to register using the link