From the telephone to the internet, from legacy software to artificial intelligence, the finance sector has continued to advance with the latest technologies. Fintech today is focused on helping micro and small entrepreneurs across the world grow by providing them
Cricket Goods Manufacturers, Meerut.
It is no joke when people say that India has a lot of religions. As a country that has been home to many faiths, there is one belief that transcends borders even more than anything
Clothes Manufacturer, Gandhi Nagar.
From working on the second floor to managing a multi-level factory.
If you are seeking a living example of a go-getter, explore the bylanes of Gandhi Nagar. You will eventually find Kaleem, grinning as he
From operating two machines alone to employing ten people.
All people, whatever their circumstances, have a dream. So did Ravi. From day one, Ravi was not content with just dreaming, he took ownership of his dreams – and
Paper Saucer Maker, Ujjain.
From pressing paper to signing employee cheques.
An intrepid micro-scale businessman, Dilip dabbled with all sorts of jobs, with contracts ranging from dressmaking to the sourcing of miscellaneous items for restaurants in Gujarat. After working endless
The MSME contribution to the Indian economy is undisputed in every way. As a sector, it is the 2nd largest employer of the Indian workforce; according to the 2015-16 MSME Annual Report, the MSME segment comprises well over a 45%
How does a company that’s disbursed more than INR 1,000 Crores of loans to MSMEs across India build scalable processes while still retaining a human touch? And is that human touch necessary?
Over the last few years, the BFSI industry
Aye Finance’s 3-Point Learning & Development Strategy
We want to be known as a learning organization
We want to create a pool of mentors and trainers
We will use technology extensively for driving learning initiatives
Since our inception, the upskilling
At Aye Finance, the conversation about the importance of business clusters and the MSMEs operating within them is always front and center.
With over 50 million MSMEs actively operating in India, we bear witness to their contributions on a daily
Is the MSME Sector the Master Key for India’s Entry into the Developed World?
Could MSMEs lead the way for India to finally make the leap from a developing to a developed nation?
As things stand now, the World Bank