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March 14, 2018

First Open seminar on KAIZEN in Osh.

Within the framework of a series of special seminars for SME representatives of the Osh region Kyrgyz-Japan Center (KRJC) for the first time conducted an Open Seminar on Kaizen in Osh in cooperation with the Secretariat for Business and Investment Development under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic.

The purpose of this seminar is to familiarize representatives of the local SME with modern methods of business processes optimization based on Japanese business philosophy Kaizen.

It is worthwhile noting that in recent years this topic has been becoming more and more important and demanded. In 2017 in Bishkek more than 300 people took part in Open seminars on Kaizen, held by KRJC. There was a great need and demand for the topic in Osh as well, thus more than 80 people took an active participation in the seminar. The seminar was conducted in Russian and Kyrgyz languages.

The seminar was attended by representatives of services and production fields mainly. Many participants noted the importance of holding such seminars and, wishing to optimize the work processes at the enterprise, some of the participants invited the lecturers of KRJC to the aircraft catering Service Company for a guest visit to introduce realities and problems of the PQM in their company.

We hope that gained knowledge will be applied in practice and will contribute to the development of SMEs in our republic.

*KRJC starts active work with all regions of the Kyrgyz Republic. Thus, we with all representatives of Karakol, Osh, Talas, Naryn and Jalal-Abad would like to have a fruitful cooperation and joint improvement of small and medium-sized businesses.

PhotoKAIZEN Lecturer Vitaliy Barykin.

PhotoKAIZEN Lecturer Nazar Turgangaziev.

PhotoSeminar participants.


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