Marina Krivoshlykova specializes in enterprise development and competitiveness. She provides technical assistance and management support to private sector development projects worldwide, focusing on issues of value chain strengthening, market analysis, and design of strategies for firm and industry competitiveness. Marina serves as technical manager for a U.S. Agency for International Development-funded micro, small, and medium-sized enterprise strengthening project in Cambodia that improves competitiveness and business enabling environment in several industries. She also serves as deputy manager for a Washington-based research project that focuses on best practices in value chain development, impact assessment, and linking micro and small enterprises into local and global value chains. Marina has performed assignments in Southeast Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union. Before joining DAI, she worked on issues of small and micro enterprise development, technology competitiveness, and innovation policy for the European Union.

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