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November 12, 2018

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Tashkent hosts Global Entrepreneurship Week.
It will play an important role in uniting entrepreneurs, financial institutions, business institutions, students, specialists and other interested parties on a single platform.
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is an important event, the impetus for new ideas of entrepreneurs of the world. The week is organized by Uzbekistan Youth Union in conjunction with International Business and Technology Association, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan and other organizations.
Presentations, master classes, discussions, online dialogues, B2B meetings and tele-bridges will be held within the framework of the week, which will last until November 18.
The event together with entrepreneurs of Uzbekistan will be attended by foreign experts in business and ecosystem sphere.
Global Entrepreneurship Week will cover start-ups, such areas as education and career, finance, women’s entrepreneurship, secrets of successful business, tourism, information and communication technologies.
Each day of the week will be devoted to individual themes, including ecosystem development, entrepreneurship, investment, as well as business, innovation and start-ups in Tashkent, corporate social responsibility, culture and familiarity with Uzbekistan’s regions.
During the week, events on such themes as “Mutual dialogue between business and the state”, “Business Women’s Gap”, “Ecosystem of entrepreneurship”, “Foreign experience on ecosystem”, “Tashkent is the city of the future”, “Blockchain”, “Marketing”, platform “Alternatus”, “Tourism”, “Startups”, “Plant a tree!” will be held. At the same time, it is planned to hold master classes with participation of well-known businessmen in Bukhara, Samarkand, and Karshi.