‘Sincere efforts needed to achieve success in biz’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 20 Dec 2017 09:46:15


 

Business Bureau,

In order to become successful in any business, sincere efforts are required, said Krupal Tumane, MP, Ramtek. He was speaking as a chief at the seminar on ‘Economic Reforms and Future of SC/ST MSME’ organised by DICCI, Vidarbha Chapter and SIDBI.


Also present were Dr Milind Mane, MLA, Dr Devrao Holi, MLA, P K Nath, Deputy General Manager of SIDBI, Nishchay Shelke, President of DICCI-Western India, Gopal Wasnik, President of DICCI, Vidarbha Chapter, Rajesh Dawande, Senior Vice-President, Chandu Patil, Vice-President, Roopraj Gauri, Wini Meshram, President of DICCI-Ladies Wing, Kranti Gedam, Vice-President, Vijay Somkuwar, Financial Inclusion Head of DICCI, K B Irpate, Assistant Director of MSME-DI, Pawan Jaiswal, Manager of NSIC and Shreeram Bande, expert MUDRA Loan.


Tumane suggested that youths should be encouraged for starting business. They should take the benefit of the Government schemes for start-up as well as for the established business. Irpate briefed about the various schemes available for the start-ups as well as established business in MSME. “MSME-DI provides support for hand-holding, marketing and others areas of business,” he said. Shreeram Bande, explained about the loan scheme upto Rs 10 lakh under MUDRA.


Nishchay Shelke said, “DICCI has developed a proper eco-system for the SC/ST entrepreneurs. With the support of DICCI, entrepreneurs can solve their problems.” He also said, there is no alternate for hard work, one has to do hardwork for establishing business.
P K Nath said, one should always work with innovative ideas to become success in business. Nath also briefed on various schemes for start-ups. He also elaborated about ‘Stand-up India’.


Gopal Wasnik said, Government should keep 20 per cent work reserved for MSME. There should be watchdog to see whether MSMEs are benefitted.


He said, contractors are facing the problem of delayed payment from Government agencies. “If there is delay in releasing payment from Government agencies to contractors, interest should be given on it,” he suggested.
Also present were Vijay Kamble, RM Bank of Maharashtra, Mangesh Dongarwar, Gautam Sontakke, Samir Gedam, Raj Mendhe and others.