Under the Credit Guarantee Scheme, Loans to MSMEs are Diminishing

The government’s rescue scheme for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) amidst the COVID-19 crisis is not performing up to the expectations. Small businesses contribute around 25% to the Indian GDP, therefore working on their health is the government’s top priority. To cope with the aftermath effects of the pan-India lockdown on the MSMEs, the … Continue reading Under the Credit Guarantee Scheme, Loans to MSMEs are Diminishing

How To Improve Client Experience From Lead Exploration to Delivery?

As a freelancers or business person, your primary aim has always been delivering quality work and achieving customer satisfaction. However, if you look from a broader perspective enhancing the overall client experience is as necessary. Clients are the most important aspect of any business, and therefore must be satisfied at the end of the day. … Continue reading How To Improve Client Experience From Lead Exploration to Delivery?

‘CHAMPIONS’ – A new Web portal for MSMEs

CHAMPIONS - A technology platform launched by the Union Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). Another step is taken by the government of India, to support local businesses and small enterprises. The web portal is a one-stop-shop for MSME ministry that operates as a control room and a management information system.  The name … Continue reading ‘CHAMPIONS’ – A new Web portal for MSMEs

Freelancers: 5 Ways To Compensate For Lack of Social Life

Do you find yourself hustling amongst the work? In the race of filling in multiple roles simultaneously, freelancers are often found struggling in maintaining the work and social life balance.  Full-time workers have a regular work schedule to maintain, and their office space is where most of the socializing happens. As a freelancer, it gets … Continue reading Freelancers: 5 Ways To Compensate For Lack of Social Life