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SMEs capable of driving India's post-pandemic growth: Samir Sathe
SME Times News Bureau | 15 Apr, 2021
Indian Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are capable of driving the growth of the Indian economy during the post-pandemic period, said Samir Sathe, Executive Vice President, Wadhwani Advantage at Wadhwani Foundation.
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Cloud as relevant for SMEs as for large organizations: Zenlayer MD
SME Times News Bureau | 13 Apr, 2021
Zenlayer offers on-demand edge cloud services in over 185 PoPs around the globe. Businesses benefit from Zenlayer’s global edge cloud platform to instantly improve the digital experiences for their users. Zenlayer provides fast and optimum connectivity on demand.
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SMEs will find Digisell immensely advantageous: Asokan Sattanathan
SME Times News Bureau | 05 Apr, 2021
In an exclusive interview with SME Times, Founder & Chairman, aahaa technologies, Asokan Sattanathan, said that small and meium sized firms will find its product DigiSell immensely beneficial.
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'The Sickle' a poignant tale of farmers, migrant labourers
SME Times News Bureau | 30 Mar, 2021
On March 19, 1986, Sahebrao Karpe, a graduate, killed his wife and four minor children -- the youngest 8-months-old -- before ending his own life at their home in the Chilgavhan village of Wardha district in eastern Maharashtra. It was the first officially-recorded suicide by a farmer in India.
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COVID-19 accelerates need to adopt Industry 4.0: Atul Patil
SME Times News Bureau | 23 Mar, 2021
In an exclusive interview with SME Times, Atul Patil, Asst. General Manager, Marketing Department, Factory Automation & Industrial Division of Mitsubishi Electric India said that the ongoing COVID-19 crisis has in a way accelerated the need to move from exploring to adopting Industry 4.0 more than ever before.
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'Social media platforms, tech have led to rise of disruptive leaders'
Vishnu Makhijani | 16 Mar, 2021
Ubiquitous technology and social media platforms have led to the rise of "disruptive" leaders like Arvind Kejriwal, Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron as they have been able to "speak directly to their citizens", who get the "illusion that they are being listened to", but whether they deliver is a different question, says a new book that examines the new levers of state power in the modern context.
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India must play pro-active role on Indus Waters Treaty
SME Times News Bureau | 08 Mar, 2021
The Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) brokered between India and Pakistan by the World Bank in 1960 has weathered three wars in 1965, 1971 and 1999 -- as also the September 2016 attack by four heavily armed terrorists that resulted in the death of 19 soldiers and the four attackers and was "the deadliest attack on security forces in Kashmir in two decades".
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MediaTek chips to drive India's 5G, IoT dream: MD Anku Jain
SME Times News Bureau | 02 Mar, 2021
As the government renews thrust on the Production-Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme to promote domestic manufacturing, MediaTek, which is the world's fourth-largest fabless semiconductor company, on Friday said the scheme will provide a much-needed impetus to the semiconductor manufacturing sector
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'Focusing on basics propelled M&M to top of India's utility vehicle market'
SME Times News Bureau | 22 Feb, 2021
A US aircraft manufacturer coined the term KISS -- Keep It Simple Stupid -- as it churned out bombers by the dozens at the height of the Second World War. An Indian company in the 1940s adopted the mantra and "concentrated on one simple diet of doing what they started with" by assembling Willys jeeps to grow into one of the countrys largest makers of SUVs, says a new book on the company and which is perhaps the first definite work on Indias automobile industry.
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Disinvestment aimed at growth, not to plug fiscal deficit: DIPAM Secy
Rituraj Baruah & Subhash Narayan | 07 Feb, 2021
As the Budget 2021 comes up with major thrust on privatisation of public sector enterprises, Disinvestment Secretary, Tuhin Kanta Pandey has said that the government's new disinvestment policy is aimed at economic growth and employment creation, rather than plugging the vast fiscal deficit.
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