Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Indian SMEs’ need followership, not just thought leadership

During a Q&A interview with TheSMEIndia.com, Samir Sathe, Executive Vice President, Wadhwani Advantage at Wadhwani Foundation, discusses the current issues encountered by SMEs, why upskilling is necessary, and how...

Strive to Survive: Overcoming the Covid-19 wave in the textile industry.

When India imposed a total lockdown in March 2020, there was uncertainty and a lack of clarity on how businesses will survive. While the service sector was swift to...

SMEs: The right and wrong of being agile

One could be fast in listening to customers or lag the competitors. I describe these enterprises as slow and fast servants of their customers. Master...
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Time to invest more in Green India

Mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is anticipated in the years ahead, driven primarily by policy incentives, rising incomes, and technological advancements. It is pertinent to note that even...
Amit Kumar is the CEO and co-founder of MSMEx

MSME: Challenges from Covid-19 and the way Forward

The Micro, Small and Medium enterprises (MSMEs) play an oversized role in the growth of Indian economy, contributing around 6.11% of the manufacturing GDP, 24.69% of the services GDP,...

Ecommerce transforming the business landscape for SMEs?

Leveraging the power of e-commerce Ecommerce may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you're looking for a way to grow your business,...
Kundan Shahi, Founder and CEO of LegalPay

How MSMEs can make use of Litigation Funding of Third-Party Funding (TPF)

Litigation Funding or Third-Party Funding (TPF) is a non-recourse funding where a third-party funder bears all of the litigation costs such as litigant’s attorneys’ fees and other costs, in...

Entrepreneurship and the role of NBFCs

The two waves of the Covid-19 pandemic have badly impacted one and all. While the technology savvy companies as well as the corporate blue-chips have managed to insulate themselves...

Post second wave, SMEs going for digital and e-commerce at an accelerated pace

As Darwin said, the fittest will survive. SMEs are increasingly adopting digital to be the fittest to survive the after effects of the second pandemic wave.Every other SME have...

Indian MSMEs battle their way to Atma Nirbharta against Covid-19 with the aid of...

As the lockdown descended on India in March last year, millions of jobs were wiped out and economic activity came to a screeching halt. Business of Micro, Small and...

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