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SME Banking & Finance: Sept'15 Issue:

India's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) stand behind the country's economic growth and employment generation and make a significant contribution to poverty alleviation. The sector, however, suffers from limited access to finance and business development services, with the state-run system of business services covering only about 1 percent of all SMEs. In line with the Indian government's strategy to strengthen economic growth and employment by developing the SME sector.

Challenges Facing by Indian Tech Start Ups

The ever growing world of technology has attracted a large number of startups especially in India. With a country having a large majority of skilled and technologically accomplished workforce, India is churning out good number of tech startups with each passing year. While the going has been largely good, startups have witnessed a number of challenges and roadblocks.

GoDaddy : Helping SMBs leverage the Internet for growth

The Internet today connects more than 2.5 billion people worldwide. Half of these Internet users live outside the advanced economies, often in countries that are rapidly developing, India being one such country. Buoyed by strong Internet growth with access on mobile devices eclipsing that on PCs, today India has over 213 million Internet users and is set to have 302 million active users by the end of this year- a striking example of the Internet’s growth potential. As increasingly more Indians come online, the internet is disrupting business models and giving rise to a new generation of entrepreneurs, small business owners and a new breed of companies in India.

Union Budget 2015-16 Expectations

What Small Business Enterprises Expect from the Finance Minister This Annual Budget?

With the annual budget just around the corner, there are expectations galore from the finance minister Mr. Arun Jaitely. Everyone from personal tax payer to the business enterprise, large corporate and various industrial chambers are all looking at various reforms that the new budget would hold. With the Prime Minister talking about skill development and promotion of small industries in the country, the Indian small and medium enterprise (SME) sector is hoping that the upcoming annual budget may introduce some game changing reforms for them. Here is a look at what most small business companies across various sectors expect from their finance minister this budget session.

Small Enterprise Magazine - Feb'15 Issue

I feel the world around us is fast changing and work places are no exception. Technology, as it does to everything it touches, is bringing about great changes in the way people collaborate and work. The term ‘work places of tomorrow’ has been around for quite some time now. From environment friendly offices, fun offices, cost-efficient budget offices, flexible offices and shared offices spaces, changing office design concepts, lifestyle work places, workplaces are undergoing a sea change which was hitherto unheard of. Not very long ago, the workplace was remarkably static. Many of us still work in big offices, in cubicles, and at the same desk and computer every day. However, this is headed for a change.

Small Enterprise Magazine (2nd Anniversary) Issue: Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in India:

India is an entrepreneurial country, but its entrepreneurs have had to struggle to create and grow their business ventures. There is, however, a growing group of first-generation Indian entrepreneurs that have generated large-scale employment and significant wealth. These successes have encouraged a new breed of entrepreneurs especially in the internet and e-commerce space. We do lack a robust ecosystem to fuel innovation, R&D that hopefully triggers entrepreneurship.

Small Enterprise Magazine October'14 Issue : Technology Solutions for Small Business

For a business owner, it is vital that they understand and use advanced technologies. Technology can help increase business efficiency and even expand operations. Cover Story Sponsored by SAP

September’14 Issue Cover story: SME Banking & Finance

SME Banking is a different business altogether. Even though SMEs do have a corporate structure, most of them run as sole proprietorship or family-owned businesses. Hence, bankers need to engage with them and understand their requirements and repayment capabilities. Bankers need to work closely with SME associations and experts to have more knowledge about the business.

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