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Mentor-on-Road to facilitate business development for SMEs 28.5.2015 Hindu: Coimbatore
The Mentor-on-Road project is an initiative to create a network of experts and small and medium-scale enterprises, especially those in tier-two and tier-three cities and towns, said Jagat Shah, chi...
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City to have Its Own Cyber Towers Soon 28.5.2015 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
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Snapdeal is an IT company that helps retailers sell products: Kunal Bahl 28.5.2015 ET: Retailing
“We are an IT company and we are a software company,” said Bahl in an interview on Tuesday. “We are not an ecommerce company. We are an enabler.
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Cloud ERP market to touch $98 billion by 2015: Infoholic Research 27.5.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
The cloud ERP market in India is expected to reach $97.8 billion by 2015 with manufacturing emerging as a key vertical fuelling growth, said global market research and consulting firm Infoholic ...
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Microsoft to open India's first digital experience centre 27.5.2015 ET: Software
Microsoft will open the country's first Digital Experience Centre here in collaboration with the Vadodara Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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Microsoft to Open India's First Digital Experience Centre in Vadodara 27.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
Microsoft will open India's first Digital Experience Centre in collaboration with the Vadodara Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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Financial discipline is a key driver of profitable growth among SMEs, finds study on SMEs 27.5.2015 New Kerala: Business India
Read Full story of 'Financial discipline is a key driver of profitable growth among SMEs, finds study on SMEs ' at newkerala.com.
Miles to go 27.5.2015 FrontLine: Cover Story
Vikas Purush Narendra Modi raised the expectations of Indians to the skies with rhetoric and high-voltage announcements on a range of issues, including a clean India, inclusive development, economic participation of all, and social and gender justice. But a year into his rule, the distance between promise and performance should be an embarrassment to him. A look at the working of some of the new schemes.
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Google woos Indian SMEs 27.5.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Google woos Indian SMEs
Google aims to get 20 million Indian SMEs online by 2017 27.5.2015 Moneylife
With over 300 million plus internet users and over 6 million new internet users coming online every month, Indian users are increasingly looking for information about businesses online
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SBI General posts 33% rise in premium for FY15 27.5.2015 Latest News
During the last fiscal, the insurer generated 70% of its business from the retail segment
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Google Aims to Get 20 Million Indian SMEs Online by 2017 27.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
Google India will get 20 million small and medium enterprises online by 2017 by using an app called 'Google My Business'.
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Power2SME to Launch Operations in Coimbatore to Empower Regional SMEs 27.5.2015 newindianexpress.com
Power2SME -- India's first 'buying club' for Small and Medium Enterprises is set to enter Kovai to ease doing business.
SMEs feel lost in Make in India days 27.5.2015 All Current Affairs Stories
While efforts to improve the business environment did strike a chord, changes on the ground were still some time away, say many SME owners
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Google to get 20 million SMEs online by 2017 26.5.2015 Asian Age: Business
Search engine giant Google on Tuesday said it aims to bring 20 million small and medium businesses (SMBs) in India online by 2017 through its mobile app, Google My Business (GMB). The GMB app will help SMBs create and manage their business information online across Google in English and Hindi for free, without having to invest in a website or a domain. “In the next three years, India will have over 500 million internet users, who will search for information, including local businesses. The search experience for local business in India is broken today and we want to help connect businesses and customers,” said Rajan Anandan, Google South East Asia and India VP and MD, adding, of the total 51 million SMEs in India, less than 5-6 per cent have an online ...
Google to get 20 million SMEs online by 2017 26.5.2015 Asian Age: Business

Search engine giant Google on Tuesday said it aims to bring 20 million small and medium businesses (SMBs) in India online by 2017 through its mobile app, Google My Business (GMB).

The GMB app will help SMBs create and manage their business information online across Google in English and Hindi for free, without having to invest in a website or a domain.

“In the next three years, India will have over 500 million internet users, who will search for information, including local businesses. The search experience for local business in India is broken today and we want to help connect businesses and customers,” said Rajan Anandan, Google South East Asia and India VP and MD, adding, of the total 51 million SMEs in India, less than 5-6 per cent have an online presence.

Power2SME looks at more funding 26.5.2015 Hindu: Home
Power2SME, an e-commerce portal that supplies raw materials such as steel and plastics to small and medium-scale enterprises, is looking at Rs.350 crore to Rs.400 crore sales this year against Rs...
Google woos Indian SMEs 26.5.2015 Hindu: Home
Google India has set a target of creating online presence for 20 million small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country through its platforms such as Google Search and Google Maps, without the...
Google aims to get 20 million Indian SMEs online by 2017 26.5.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Google India will get 20 million small and medium enterprises (SME) online by 2017 by using a simple mobile-based app called 'Google My Business', that will help businesses to create and manage their information across Google products for free in ...
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Google aims to get 20 million Indian SMEs online by 2017 26.5.2015 Sify News
Google India will get 20 million small and medium enterprises (SME) online by 2017 by using a simple mobile-based app called 'Google My Business', that will help businesses to create and manage their information across Google products for free in both Hindi and English, a company statement said here on Tuesday.
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