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  • I have been attending CASF every year since its inception and watched it grow in size and importance. It solidified its place in London’s cultural calendar bringing together audience and performers from the region and beyond, celebrating rich traditions of Central Asia. I had an opportunity to have a pop up store at the festival (a new feature) and saw first-hand an enormous interest of visitors in books, gifts, crafts, food and beverages produced in Kazakhstan as well as interior decorating items. I will definitely take part in CASF 2016!

    Gauhar Bramley-Fenton (CEO, British Kazakh Society)
  • Many thanks to Central Asian Spring Festival for a great opportunity to be part of the last year’s event. As for a start up company within the estate agency industry it helped us to get known and bring new clients on board.
    A separate thank you to the organising team who made it smooth and easy to be part of the event. It was bigger than expected and we had lots of fun apart from work.

    Katerina Voznenko (CEO, Sevenstons Real Estate)
  • CASF is a unique organisation with great geographical reach within Central Asia and beyond. I am happy to have endorsed the initiative from its early days in my capacity as Chairman of Cambridge Central Asian Forum and member of British-Uzbek Society Board

    Dr. Siddharth (Montu) Saxena (Chairman of Cambridge Central Asian Forum)
  • “…The Embassy recognized and supported CASF initiative from its very early days. It was seen as a crucial point of engagement for the BUS Youth Committee with other similar organizations in order to deliver charitable initiatives in Uzbekistan and other countries which they have consistently done”

    H.E. Otabek Akbarov (Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan)



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