ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: Last day to participate and be recognised as India's best small business
The nationwide search to find India’s best is open to any business if it qualifies as a Micro, Small, or Medium Enterprise, as specified by the Ministry of MSME, Government of India.
ETRise Dialogues: Smart ways to raise funds. Join this panel discussion to know
MSMEs in the country face a plethora of challenges, but the p...
ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: India’s most innovative companies. Are you one of them?
For the purpose of judging ‘innovation’ for the programme, ...
ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: Union Bank CMD says conventional credit worthiness model does disservice to millions of entrepreneurs
Union Bank follows the mantra of ‘Adequate Credit at Appropriate Time’ for MSMEs. It has worked to enhance access and improve the service experience through dedicated branches, equipped with skilled manpower and technology support, and centralised credit underwriting to enhance quality and reduce turnaround time (TAT) significantly.
Budget may give Rs 500 cr each for two MSME funds
The distressed asset fund will also receive a guarantee from the Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises, which was set up by the government and Sidbi a few years ago.
ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: India’s archaic land acquisition rules needs overhaul
This event, hosted under the aegis of ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking, which will be a definitive ranking of businesses basis a rigorous evaluation of their performance across innovation, financial health, and financial growth, saw experts brainstorm on the hurdles faced by the MSME sector.
Credit Saison and Capital Float join hands to offer digital financing to SMEs
As part of the agreement, Capital Float and Credit Saison will provide working capital financing to MSMEs, particularly to those from the country’s tier-2 towns and cities and beyond.
ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: Inaccurate that MSMEs don’t get finance easily, says banking official
In a panel discussion under ETRise Dialogue, a top official of the Union Bank of India said that MSMEs were getting loans sanctioned by banks, especially under the PSB loans in 59 minutes. The Bank, he said, was proactive in MSME funding.
PSBs are committed to Mudra scheme as a social obligation: UBI’s Sanjay Narayan
Asked about how the PSB looks at the growing menace of NPAs in the scheme, Narayan was of the view that any business product with a business cycle has a maturity, which ultimately results in some NPAs.
ETRise Top MSMEs Ranking: Adoption of apprentices model can be way forward in MSME skilling, say experts
"It’s only after formalisation where one can step forward and work towards skilling the masses. All sectors are facing this problem where they are unable to find the right fit for a job and that’s what needs to be addressed,”Amit Vadera, Regional Head, TeamLease Services said.
Easing MSMEs’ funding bottlenecks our priority: UBI’s Girish Joshi
Union Bank of India (UBI) is a technology-enabled institution that puts a strong focus on easing the funding bottlenecks of the country’s MS...
ETRISE Top MSMEs Ranking: Recognising India's best small businesses
Run a great small business and think you deserve to be recognised? Take part in ETRISE Top MSMEs Ranking. An Economic Times Digital initiative powered by the ETRISE Editorial Team, the programme aims to recognise small businesses that have excelled and raised the bar high.
Amazon plans to create 1 million new jobs in India by 2025
The jobs – created both directly and indirectly – will be across industries, including information technology, skill development, content creation, retail, logistics, and manufacturing, and are in addition to the 700,000 jobs Amazon’s investments have enabled over the last six years in India.
ETRISE Top MSMEs Ranking: As GST collections slip, compliance cost increases
A slowdown in consumption is also hurting tax collections and a prolong period of economic uncertainty will further pressure.
USD 5 trillion economy goal difficult, not impossible: Gadkari
Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Saturday that the goal of making India a USD 5 trillion economy by 2024 was "difficult but not impossible".
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