Under the leadership of Maria Zapadinskaya, the first session of the Business School of Design and Handicraft in Kyrgyzstan was completed.
Emil Tilekov, trainer and a local artist gave a detailed information about the history of the development of traditional design.
Participants received not only a lot of useful information, but also pleasant acquaintances and communication.

It should also be noted that the school is always open to new people, so everyone can join. The next session will be held in mid-April.

This school was created within the framework of the NICE-TAK project, funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany. In Kyrgyzstan, the project is supervised by the Bishkek Business Club public union.

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