Rukhshona Jamolova, one of the leaders of Rus-Chi startup and a participant of the Integrated Rural Development Project/TRIGGER, told how they started to develop the project and the entrepreneurial journey.
“Rus-Chi” is designed to provide outsourcing services in the following areas:
✅ multilingual translation;
✅ interpreting with data entry and other types of remote services.
The project is also working on creating remote jobs for university students by attracting orders from online freelance platforms.
In the prepared interview you will learn a little more about their project:
Why did you decide to become an entrepreneur? How did you come up with the idea of creating a project?
Our teammate Mahmudov Raboniddin came from China during the pandemic, and together we started exploring the Chinese labor market for outsourcing and translation services. Our project is related to full translation of documents from Chinese to English and vice versa, we also provide book translation services. The project has 30 translators working remotely who study and work in China or abroad.
What have you gained from participating in the Integrated Rural Development Project/ TRIGGER activities?
During the training, my team and I received knowledge in the field of how to create a company, how to manage paperwork, legal aspects and in what areas we need to develop we learned on this project.
What are your results?
To date, in addition to the translation of documents, another result is that the Chinese themselves and Chinese companies have shown interest in our project, namely interested in investing in various sectors of Tajikistan, we simultaneously want to carry out consulting services and organize tours.
Your wishes to aspiring entrepreneurs
Every idea makes sense if you develop it and study it in depth.
This video was produced with the financial support of the European Union and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).