Development of IT cluster opens up new opportunities for Kazakhs – PM Smailov
NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM As part of his working trip to Almaty, Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov got acquainted with the development of the city’s IT hub and the health and education sector.
So, Alikhan Smailov visited MOST IT Hub Almaty business incubator launched in May 2022, Kazinform learned from the Prime Minister’s press service.
The center, which covers 5,200 square meters, offers co-working space, spaces for organizing events and business meetings. The center implements support programs for technology startups and organizes events with the participation of investors and representatives of venture capital funds.
The Prime Minister noted that the development of the IT cluster opens up new economic opportunities for Kazakhs.
“More and more private investment hubs and business incubators are opening up in the city. Computer centers should be launched in all the regional centers of the country. Governors of regions should accelerate this work with the Ministry of Digital Development,” Smailov said.
Then the Prime Minister visited Mediker International Hospital multifunctional outpatient clinic.
The clinic has a dentist room, sports medicine, rehabilitation and diagnostic radiology units, MRT, CT, radiodiagnostic and mammography rooms, a telemedicine room, two surgery rooms and 24-hour hospitalization.
Smailov also visited Almaty Middle School of Passenger transport and technology equipped with various workshops under Zhas Mom (young specialist). The College trains personnel for the city’s transportation sector in conjunction with Hyundai Center, Allur Auto, and the county automakers union.
“During the presidential instruction, we are launching systemic measures on the development of technical and vocational education in Kazakhstan. The College is one of the main educational institutions in the city. Young people get professions in demand here, such as car mechanics, electricians, turners, welders and others. The municipal akimat should take some measures to provide dormitories for students coming from other regions and help graduates find jobs,” the Prime Minister stressed.