IBMC training scheme for women entrepreneurs

Our Bureau Kochi | Updated on March 20, 2018 Published on March 20, 2018



IBMC Financial Professionals Group, providing strategic support and solutions to global corporates and government bodies, has joined hands with Bombay Stock Exchange Institute Ltd to launc0-sh Dhana-Sthree Kendras across the country, starting with Kerala.

The first of its kind programme is designed to empower women’s entrepreneurship capacity in SME and MSMEs.

“We look forward to train and support the women of Kerala to set up their own agencies that can provide a range of support services, including GST filing,” said Ambarish Datta, MD & CEO of BIL.

According to PK Sajith Kumar, CEO & MD of IBMC Global Networks, women graduates to housewives can join the programme. NRIs can also benefit from this programme.

IBMC will also support the SME and MSME companies in Kerala to get an international exposure to their business through a 10-month-long business fest conducted in all emirates of the UAE under the auspices of IBMC in the UAE.

Published on March 20, 2018

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