IndiaMART to celebrate Maker’s Day on April 1

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New Delhi, Apr 4 (ANI): Marking the completion of 20 years of its mission of empowering millions of SMEs and MSMEs in doing business, IndiaMART, the largest online marketplace connecting buyers and sellers observed April first as Maker’s Day.

To mark it as an official MSME day, IndiaMART’s brand ambassador, Irrfan Khan along with the CEO Dinesh Agarwal unveiled the online, and logo for the Maker’s Day, an initiative that aligns with the company’s mission, ‘make doing business easy’.

The occasion detailed the special initiative called Makers of India as a platform for businesses and ideas. Unlike where transactions are made, the new platform will help people with ideas to grow their business. The platform shall help and nurture the budding MSME’s reach their true potential by leading them towards avenues and opportunities for growth.

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Speaking on this occasion, Dinesh Agarwal, CEO and Founder, IndiaMART said, “India has witnessed tremendous evolution in its economy because of the hard work and toil of our SMEs. Unfortunately, their efforts often go unnoticed. For instance, we have been applauding the bigger brands of a particular sector which are the fronts face towards revolutionizing the industry.”

“We however, do not pay heed to the other players in the ecosystem which comprises the equipment manufacturers, the technicians, the suppliers among others. Our initiative will be an effort to recognize, nurture and support the developing businesses to drive India’s growth further,” added Dinesh.

IndiaMART has been a pioneer in understanding the existing gap between buyers and suppliers. With an endeavor to bridge this gap, it embarked on a journey to connect them in the virtual world, thereby fuelling growth for the SMEs. In the present entrepreneurial environment, digital start-ups have become the frontrunners for driving business growth leaving the manufacturers and service providers behind. (ANI)

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