Legal subtleties in reindeer husbandry. Residents of the settlement Panayevsk were taught how to be united in farm holdings
16:16 16 апреля 2019
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In settlement Panaevsk specialists of the Yamal center for support of entrepreneurship held the training seminar on creation and development of peasant farm holdings. It was attended by reindeer herders from Panayevsk being interested in development of traditional and new technologies of reindeer husbandry. This information was given to the news agency “Sever-Press” in the press service of the governor of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug.
The seminar was held by an entrepreneur and financial expert, the co-founder of the school “FinLiberty”, a representative of the committee of the Tyumen branch of
“Delovaya Rossiya” on monetary-financial policy Svetlana Samoylova.
“The seminar was held in comfortable business atmosphere with participation of representatives of the local administration and the regional directorate for development of rural areas”, the expert shared her impressions. – “I told the participants about methods of accounting for personal and corporate finances, planning of financial decisions. I warned the future entrepreneurs about the most common mistakes of small and medium-sized businesses. I explained how registration of private reindeer-herding enterprises takes place, and on specific successful examples I showed that compliance with necessary legal subtleties in reindeer husbandry is not so difficult”.
Special attention was given to peasant holdings and forms of their uniting in agricultural cooperatives.
“Since “one man can’t do the work of ten”, it needs to be united in communities. It helps to save expenditures and always be aware of all events. Only with constant communication and interaction is it possible to develop enterprises”, the coach added.
More than 20 reindeer herders participated in the training. The Yamal center for support of entrepreneurship plans to continue the series of trainings and seminars for entrepreneurs from remote settlements.