John Armstrong is a Lecturer and Fellow in the Stanford Design Program, where he teaches courses that help students navigate their educational, vocational, and personal paths. John is a meditation guide for the number #1 app for meditation and sleep, consults with companies as a Design Coach, and has led courses and workshops at universities in the Middle East, South America, and Asia.
Prior to becoming a partner at PapaJohn's international franchise chain Monolbaev Daniyar was a shareholder and owner of several bars. In 2015 he purchased the first franchise in restaurant sphere. For more than 8 years his team of like-minded people strives to provide quality service and goods to their clients. This principal approach has become a link between Daniyar and PapaJohn's team. "The idea of purchasing PapaJohn's franchise was born when I was on a foreign trip with my business partner. We always try new and unusual products and always look for ways to adopt experiences of other players in HORECA. When we tried PapaJohn's we were ignited to make such pizza in Central Asia."
Expert number 1 in Kazakhstan in the field of corporate e-learning, head of the “Studio e-learning”, developer of e-courses, online trainer, consultant. 18 years of experience in development and conducting of training programs, in the field of e-learning - since 2008.The author of e-courses: “Time Management”, “Effective Management”, “First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”, “Customer Service Standards”, “Financial Analysis for Non-Financiers”, “Fundamentals of Business Communication”, “Adaptation of Employees in the Company” , "Company Security Policy" and others. Repeatedly spoke at international and Kazakhstan conferences, introducing the topic of e-learning. Creator and moderator of E-learning community Almaty. Co-organizer of the conference “ELForum in Kazakhstan 2017, 2018”, organizer of the eLearning- hackathon “Development of electronic courses for social projects”.
Public Foundation "Reliance" presents Community internet-radio “Sector X ”community for people with disabilities”.Goals and objectives of the project: socialization and integration of people with disabilities into society; organization of leisure and communication; involvement of persons with disabilities in active social life; development of information and communication technologies; widespread multimedia personalities for society and political life of society.The project became an example of innovative approaches in the field of social services, in particular of the inclusiveeducation and employment. Today there are 4 blind journalists, 1 hearing impaired sound director, 1 sound producer with visual disability, 2 news wheelchair users, 3 speakers with disabilities on the radio.