Saule Batyraliyeva told us how training in Business School helped her to launch her own start-up project.
Saule Batyraliyeva, mother of three children, start-upper and student of MBA of Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business told us how training in Business School helped her to launch her own start-up project.
— Summarizing this year I can say that it was very fruitful for me. I founded my start-up with the support of Astana Business Campus and having become a winner of incubation program got initial funding, — Saule shared.
About the project
uniclub.kz – online-platform for booking both sport and educational classes for children in any city clubs.
— Many parents want to develop their children in a flexible manner and our platform is a tool for them. They buy a single subscription UniPass, which allows them to try different clubs, hobby groups and classes. On our web site you can find information about clubs and leave an application, — Saule told.
When Saule decided to continue training she had some plans to found her business however did not have enough knowledge. She selected MBA Program of NU GSB.
— I liked courses structure, topics and mainly School`s cooperation with Duke’s Fuqua School of Business. MBA program justifies my expectations — we are assisted in developing business skills and I learn all the material from the perspective of my project, let’s say in practice. First-class teachers deliver lessons, moreover, meetings with business experts, where they share their experience, are carried out on a permanent basis. I feel lucky to study with brilliant and motivated fellows; I found like-minded persons and set a valuable “networking”. Training in a business school gave me necessary practical knowledge and skills, which helped me to launch own business, — Saule said.