23 November 2012, Friday, 16:25
author: Luboth Kolokolova
Within the limits of the II Republican Forum-Exhibition «Business. Little towns and territories – growth points» which will take place in Sterlitamak on November 30, businessmen will discuss franchising issues.
Association of business organisations of Bashkortostan together with the «Institute of Business and Social Innovations Development «Synergy» will organise a round-table conference on the subject «Franchising as an effective tool of small-scale business development and increase of territories competitiveness».
Representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development RB, Ministry of Agriculture RB, the Russian Franchising Association, and also republican scientific and business communities will take part in the round-table conference work. Representatives of the Tyumen Region and the Perm Territory will share their experience of the state support to franchising in small and medium business.
As the press-service of the Ministry of Economic Development RB informs, participants of the round-table conference will carry out the analysis of foreign and domestic experience on franchising development focused on the segment of small and medium business, will consider new mechanisms and trends in business support, perspective forms and tools, mechanisms of franchising advancement in regions. Also it is planned to discuss questions of financial support to small and medium business, formation of effective communications between business and local authorities, increase of territories competitiveness, a role of investment representatives and business ombudsmen. Besides, the presentation and discussion of the first results of special franchising programs ("Business start") will take place.
Within the limits of the forum six thematic platforms (sections) on business development in Bashkortostan will work for businessmen.
Businessmen wishing to become participants of the forum can register on the website of Sterlitamak Association of Businessmen. The additional information can be received by the ph.: (3473) 24-18-00, 89177444352.