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We introduce innovative approaches to creating and supporting highly competitive enterprises!

PEAK is a trusted business accelerator in Central Asia with own impact fund, effective programmes and best mentors.


PEAK Public Foundation is successor of the PEAK Enterprise and Innovation Programme funded by UK aid from the UK Government. The Foundation was registered in February 2023.


PEAK brings positive social impact by capacity building and facilitating access to finance for MSMEs and startups to build life-changing ventures and scale their businesses.


PEAK is a trusted business accelerator in Central Asia with own impact fund, effective

programmes and best mentors.

Whom We Target:

PEAK supports socially important projects on ITC, creative economy, green economy and e-commerce implemented by MSMEs and CSOs represented by the women and youth.

PEAK Products and Services:

  • Highly qualified team with significant experience in launch of business
  • Coverage of all regions across Kyrgyzstan
  • Enhancing the capacity of civil society organizations and small and medium-sized businesses
  • (acceleration, incubation, research, consultation)
  • Legal and financial review of a business for transparency and viability
  • Creation of income generating social enterprises
  • Feasibility study services


Kiyal Sultanbaeva


Kiyal Sultanbaeva received a Bachelor of Arts degree as Ecological Engineer from the Kyrgyz State University of Transport, Construction and Architecture (KSUTCA), and completed MA course “Management of non-commercial organization” at the Academy under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic. With over 20 years of experience working with international organizations, Kiyal Sultanbaeva has been actively involved in creating self-help groups, including Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and local governments in more than 60 municipalities in the Kyrgyz Republic. She was also involved in capacity building of more than 15 CSOs, aiding in the development and implementation of project proposals. In addition, Kiyal led programmes in the creation and support of hundreds of startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), with a focus on tourism service companies, IT companies, social enterprises, garment, and agricultural companies through pre-/acceleration programmes. She has extensive experience in team establishment, organization development, and management. Kiyal Sultanbaeva has also worked in business and CSO development with UK aid (FCDO) funded PEAK Enterprise and Innovation Programme, GIZ projects such as “Regional Programme on Support to Microfinance Sectors in Central Asia” and “Fund for Development Projects in Cooperation with Civil Society,” and USAID Land Reform Projects as both a staff member and lead person.

Anar Orozobaeva


Anar Orozobaeva graduated from the Kyrgyz State Technical University with degrees of Engineer in Public Catering and Teacher of English Language and Literature, the Economic and Management Center under the Kyrgyz National University with a degree of Accountant. Anar also completed a master’s program in Management of NGO at the Academy of Management under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, and received a degree of “Sustainability Manager” in Germany as part of an advanced professional training.
Anar Orozobaeva had been coordinating fundraising, management, implementation of 40 tourism projects, 50 civil society and municipality development projects, projects in textile with 17 garment companies, 26 Business Advisory Service projects, 15 building and construction projects using energy efficiency technology and constructions, creation of 12 Social Enterprises and 2 membership associations in Central Asia. She contributed to the creation and supporting the hundred startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Central Asia such as tourism service companies, IT- companies, social enterprises, garment, and agricultural companies though pre-/acceleration programmes, coaching, and tracking.
Anar Orozobaeva has work experience in business and Civil Society Organization (CSO) development in UK aid (FCDO) funded PEAK Enterprise and Innovation Programme, Swiss Association for International Cooperation (Helvetas), the Kyrgyz Community Based Tourism Association (KCBTA) “Hospitality Kyrgyzstan”, GIZ project “Fund for Development Projects in Cooperation with Civil Society”, USAID Local Development Program as a staff as well as freelancer and provided several trainings, feasibility studies, analytical work, and moderation in Central Asia.
Anar Orozobaeva is pioneer of Community-based Tourism (CBT) development in Central Asia and first leader of the Kyrgyz Community Based Tourism Association “Hospitality Kyrgyzstan” (KCBTA).

Anton Chodelka


Anton Chodelka holds Master’s degree in Business Administration and Management.
Anton Chodelka has an extensive experience in providing the technical assistance in transforming entrepreneurial ideas into sustainable businesses, introduces new and innovative ways to create and support highly competitive businesses, regional brands and business linkages through bringing together start-ups, MSMEs, business advisors and venture capitalists from the region and the globe. Anton has strong working experience in project management and development of entrepreneurship. Previously he served as a Program Manager for Social Entrepreneurship, Product Development. He managed the projects in the sphere of corporate social responsibility and social entrepreneurship, project development and fundraising, consulting in development of the commercial services, development of e-commerce businesses in different companies and international organizations.

Daniiar Usenov


Daniiar Usenov has an MBA from Kyoto University in Japan and obtained a Master of Laws from the Kyrgyz State Law Academy. He has accumulated over 17 years of experience in entrepreneurship development which includes working in SME financing in Russia and Kyrgyzstan, managing mini-MBA courses and consulting projects with Japanese experts (JICA project), developing and overseeing numerous incubation and acceleration programs for start-ups and small businesses (UKaid project). He possesses extensive skills in project management, crafting business plans, and delivering presentations to secure funding. Currently, his interests lie in establishing and managing impact and venture funds, enhancing the potential of business founders (startups) through mentoring and consulting.

Iskender Sharsheev


Iskender Sharsheev is an economist and political scientist. Iskender received a degree in political science from the Bishkek Humanitarian University and second higher education and an MBA degree from the Institute of International Economics and Business of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow. Iskender chaired the Committee for the Protection of Foreign Business at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Iskender Sharsheev worked as Executive Director of the Association of Foreign Investors and Director of the Global Technology Solutions. He was a member of the Business Development Council under the Chairman of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Iskender was elected for two terms as the Head of the Secretariat of the National Alliance of Business Associations, which unites more than 80 organizations with a total number of members over 500 thousand. He was a member of the working groups that developed state regulatory legal acts and laws on taxation, business support, e-government, foreign investment. He also founded the ElTrans Electric Transport Users Union.
Iskender Sharsheev worked as an international expert in entrepreneurship training based on competencies of the international consulting company Inno-Change in the Philippines. For two terms he was elected a member of the Supervisory Committee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Nargiza Sagyndykova


Nargiza Sagyndykova is the qualified accountant and finance manager with more than 20 years of work experience. Nargiza has bachelor’s and master’s degree in finance and is the Certified accounting practitioner (CAP).
Nargiza Sagyndykova has been working for international organizations for more than 20 years such as: UNDP, GIZ, ACDI/VOCA, Aga Khan Foundation, Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia and in other different organizations funded by USAID, EU, UN, Soros and FCDO. And since February 2020 Nargiza joined DAI on position of Finance and Operations Manager at DAI Global UK Ltd. in Kyrgyz Republic. The operational department led by Nargiza has successfully passed the internal donor’s (FCDO) spot check of the Procurement and Finance documents and thereby increased the Procurement threshold approval up to GBP 5K (which previously was up to GBP 500).
She can carry out all types of grants, finance, administrative, procurement and human recourses work according to the GIZ, UN, UK, USAID and EU policies and rules, also according to the Kyrgyzstan legislation.
Nargiza Sagyndykova is competent in the databases such as Grants Managements System (GMS), 1С Enterprises, Tamis, Atlas, iScala and WINPACCS.


  • General Meeting of the founders – the supreme management body of the Foundation, consisting of 6
  • Supervisory Board – a body that supervises the activities of the Foundation.
  • The Executive Board – collegial executive body of the Foundation.

© PEAK, 2023

© PEAK, 2023