Build Your Business With Us!

Build Your Business With Us! Do you want to grow your business?
Do you want to promote your business?
But there is no necessary capital?


Kenes Rakishev, a Managing partner of ‘Singulariteam’ Fund (former ‘Genesis Angels’), and Vyacheslav Kim, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, ‘Kaspi Bank’ JSC, together with ‘Saby’ Foundation, arrange a competition ‘Build Your Business’, through which you can get up to USD 100, 000 for development of your own business.

Shoot a video about your business and tell us how much it is unique, useful to the society and is of interest to investors. In competition there are no restrictions in the area of your activity but preference will be given to already running projects.

Last year the prize fund from ‘Genesis Angels’ totaled USD 100,000. The winner received USD 50,000, and five more participants received by USD 10,000.

This year the budget of the competition doubled! At present Grand Prix will make up USD 100,000! And another five participants with the most interesting ideas will receive by USD 20,000.

Applications are accepted from November 3, 2014, to February 1, 2015 inclusive.

More details about the conditions of competition you can find here.

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