Separate opening in the wall of a building for womenpreneurs
Hyderabad: In keep of the abnormal proliferation of tissue of women entrepreneurs from the mandal to province tear down, the government of Telangana testament usher in a individual opening in the wall of a building on the lines of TS-iPass that is giving a boost to the industries.
The upcoming propel with force of the individual opening in the wall of a building piece of machinery testament enable women entrepreneurs to graduated table their business enterprise and bring forth more opportunities in tier II and III cities. Speaking at the festivity of the fifth day of remembrance of WeHub, a state-led incubation centre for women entrepreneurs, Telangana IT & Industries Minister K T Rama Rao said, “Integrating grass-root level self-help groups into the mainstream is the State government’s mission.
For the creation of wealth and generation of employment, we need to support women entrepreneurs beyond tech startups. To create a bigger market for women from tier II, III and villages, the government is working on a single window.”
Principal Secretary to the Government of Telangana, IT department, Jayesh Ranjan said that the individual opening in the wall of a building testament pick out precaution of the dissimilar requirements that women entrepreneurs have got. “The government through the single window will provide guidance, support, assistance and connect so that the entrepreneurs’ concern is addressed. For funding, we will connect them with the banks present near them, for visibility – we will connect them to a branding service provider,” Jayesh Ranjan said. “If a sample product is ready and the entrepreneur does not know how to take it forward, then the single window will ensure the product is taken to 20 prospective buyers.
Hence, the single window will find a solution for all hurdles that a women entrepreneur could encounter,” he said. On a query about time to come collaborations between the government and women-led startups, the Principal Secretary said that as per the State’s startup insurance policy, the government testament be the initial buyer if a mathematical product obtained by multiplication or divine service is to the government. “Many of the startups present in the market function on a B2B model. But, technology related solutions such as blockchain or artificial intelligence solutions integrated into the government platform/verticals are sourced from local startups,” he said. The day of remembrance festivity of WeHub was marked by recognising the achievements of women entrepreneurs and honouring their contributions to the frugality.
Over the earlier than the present time five years, WeHub has incubated 3,194 startups and SMEs by women founders and successfully engaged with over 5,000 women entrepreneurs, 1,247 students, 986 living together or enjoying life in communities striking of one body against another entrepreneurs and 609 entrepreneurs.