CJSC Microfinance bank “Bai-Tushum & Partners” took part in “Home ware” fair in Osh city


From 15 to 18 November 2012 the Microfinance bank “Bai-Tushum and Partners” took part in “Home ware” fair, which was held in Osh national drama theatre named after Sultan Ibraimov. The organizer of the fair was Association of agricultural businessmen of Kyrgyzstan Jer Azygy together with the city hall of Osh city. The objective of the fair was to unite representative of small and medium enterprises of Osh city, as well as support and develop women entrepreneurship in the south of Kyrgyzstan.

25 companies and private entrepreneurs – representatives of different sectors of light and food industry, as well as producers of other national consumption goods took part in this fair. A wide range of household appliances, carpets and national souvenirs from felt, seeds and fertilizers, canned goods and other required goods for agricultural producers, was presented at fair.

Within the framework of participation in the exhibition, the Bank’s employees offered consultations to visitors on loan conditions, including mortgage, leasing agricultural equipment, lending for agricultural projects, as well as deposits.

For the clients of Bank “Bai-Tushum & Partners”, who live in rural area, micro credits are not only the way to develop own business, but it is also the opportunity to improve standard and quality of life. In order to assist to small and medium enterprise development, especially in regions, MFB “Bai Tushum & Partners” has been cooperating with the Association of agricultural businessmen “Jer Azygy” for many years, by providing finance to farmers and private entrepreneurs to support and develop their business”.

Reference information: The Association of Agricultural businessmen of Kyrgyzstan “Jer Azygy” is a non-profit organization founded in 2002 that unites, represents and coordinates the work of producers, suppliers and distributors of agricultural production goods for agriculture in the Kyrgyz Republic. This year the association celebrated its 10th anniversary.