35 thousand sq.m. EXPO Business Centre to appear in Astana
EXPO Business Centre will be opened in the vicinity of the EXPO 2017 exhibition with an area of 35 thousand square meters in the near future, Bnews.kz correspondent reports.
The Centre was built in accordance with the international A class quality standards. Many companies will enjoy the facility's key advantages, including a high comfort level, and the infrastructure, its location nearby the Astana International Financial Centre, Nur Alem Sphere, EXPO Congress Centre.
2019 will also witness the launch of the largest Exhibition Centre in Kazakhstan designed as a multi-functional business arena for holding large-scale international and national exhibitions, congresses, and other remarkable events. The Centre's total area is 20 thousand sq.m. locating multi-functional pavillions and halls. Its architecture and the latest multimedia equipment will enable to hold an event of any scale and level.
Another 4 global projects initiated by the President are being implemented within the EXPO.
So the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) has already attracted 100 resident companies, Astana International Exchange (AIX) has also been launched. The Centre seeks to enter the top 50 international financial centers of the world in the next three years.
Kazakhstan's analog of American Silicon Valley - the International Technopark of IT startups 'Astana Hub' will be an irreplaceable business incubator supporting new and novice IT projects. Ideal conditions to develop innovational technologies and start-ups branded made in Kazakhstan have been created.
IT University is another powerful driver for involving our country in the world of digitalization. It is being established with such leading universities as Carnegie-Mellon and Singularity University. Training of highly-qualified specialists for Kazakhstan's digital area will be conducted through innovational, accelerated programmes.
The ideological continuation of the heritage of the Astana EXPO 2017 exhibition will be an International Centre of Green Technologies and Innovational Projects facilitating the forced switch of Kazakhstan and that of the Central Asian states to a 'green' economy.