Lockdown aur aapka business – Janiye experts ki salah
May 06 2020
5:00 pm - 5:40 pm
COVID 19 and the lockdown has brought with it cash crunch and other challenges for small businesses. This talk is an effort to help a small business owner cope with the situation by bringing information and guidance in various ways on what can be done now, and to prepare for revival post lockdown.
Mr. Ramesh Dharmaji (Retired CGM of SIDBI), Mr. Anand Chordia (Director– Technology & Innovation, Suhana, Pravin Masalewale) discuss how small businesses can cope with the challenges of lockdown and get ready for the “new normal”.
Who should attend:
- Small businesses who have been impacted due to the lockdown.
- What is “new normal” for small businesses?
- How should small businesses prepare for the new normal?
- What are the new/ emerging categories/ opportunities for small businesses?
Live Interactive QnA
Mr. Ramesh Dharmaji ( CGM of SIDBI- RTD )
Mr Ramesh has 38 years of service experience in IDBI/SIDBI (Small Industries Development Bank of India). He has worked extensively in the field of promotion, development & financing of MSMEs pan India and was associated with various stakeholders such as Government, RBI, Banks, SFCs, industry chambers, multilateral institutions.
Mr. Anand Chordia ( Director- Technology & Innovation, Suhana, Pravin Masalewale )
Mr Anand introduced strategies to revamp the 53-year-old family business, Suhana masale of spices and pickles which now has become a legacy. He has established a non-profit organization named The Eco Factory Foundation (TEFF) with a vision to provide sustainable lifestyle solutions to rural and urban communities. A motivational speaker, Mr Anand has been invited to many forums nationally and globally, to interact with entrepreneurs.
MS. Pradnya Godbole ( CEO - deAsra Foundation )
Ms Pradnya Godbole is the CEO of deAsra Foundation, a non-profit company formed to contribute to social welfare by enabling entrepreneurship. She is also the recipient of the Phoenix leading lady award 2020 in the category of social change for entrepreneurship development. Under her leadership, deAsra has helped more than 75,000 entrepreneurs to start, manage and grow their businesses. Her vision is to help entrepreneurs think about business in a more structured and predictable manner.