Social Enterprise Corporations (SEC) are sustainable business structures that operate to generate profits from the production and sale of goods and services. The main difference between SEC and commercial corporations is that the profit generated is reinvested for social, economic or cultural purposes of the population of the region for which SPK was established (from the President’s message, March 2006).
JSC “Almaty Social-Entrepreneurial Corporation” (hereinafter referred to as “SEC Almaty”) was established in accordance with the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated March 31, 2010 and registered by the Department of Justice of Almaty on August 27, 2010. 100% shareholder of SEC Almaty is KGU “Department of Entrepreneurship and Investments of Almaty City”.
JSC "Social-Entrepreneurial Corporation "Almaty" is an institute of development and the bridge between state resources and business
Operator to implement the "single window" principle for domestic and foreign entrepreneurs and investors. And we're doing this from attracting investments to support the finished project
The activities of SEC Almaty are aimed at solving social, educational and cultural problems of the society under condition of development of a sustainable private entrepreneurship.
SEC focuses on socially important projects and industries:
Renovation program implementation
Business support and development
Attraction of investments
Administrative assistance for entrepreneurs and investors
Community facilities construction
Implementation of educational, health, cultural and tourist projects
The tasks of the SEC Almaty:
SEC Almaty is a group of sustainable business structures aimed at generating profit from their activities
Industrial capacity development
Solving the problems of capital development of the city
The opportunities of SEC Almaty:
Provision of resources (objects and land plots)
Participation in entrepreneurship support and development programmes