(Awareness | Capacity Building | Financing Support | Market Linkage)
Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) are prime for the Indian economy to grow as they allow building entrepreneurs to float their business ideas and furnish to the GDP. Micro-Entrepreneurs or Startups mostly operate as micro-enterprises, with small scale setups and underfinanced operations. In North, India entrepreneurs are limited as compared to other regions of India. Thus, to help Entrepreneurs establish themselves without any financial obstacles, a reliable source of funding is required along with appropriate capacity building training on the business aspects which are key growth elements.
Thus, the project HASTAKAR is carried out in 3 phases to eventually make the MSEs self-sufficient and ‘Future-ready’ to compete globally, by increasing their productivity and contributing countries GDP to increase.
PHASE 1 – In-depth research of developing Export Strategy for Geographical Indication (GI) Products in new arising Global Markets.
PHASE 2 – Entrepreneurship Development Program that includes Access to Credit, Access to Markets & Design Interventions, based on the inputs of research work.
PHASE 3 – based on the output of the research, 3D Virtual Exhibition for Strengthening Networking & Global Market Linkages