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Allahabad Bank entrepreneurs? meet

ALLAHABAD BANK, Indore, (New Palasia branch) organised an entrepreneurs? meet in Hotel Fortune Landmark in Indore today. Small Industries Service Institute (SISI) Director J P Nagar was the chief guest and ECGC Indore branch manager P D Mokashi was the guest of honour in the programme. Allahabad Bank nodal zone office Bhopal assistant general manager A K Singh, and chief manager S L N Prasad were the special guests.

india Updated: Feb 23, 2006 14:23 IST

ALLAHABAD BANK, Indore, (New Palasia branch) organised an entrepreneurs’ meet in Hotel Fortune Landmark in Indore today. Small Industries Service Institute (SISI) Director J P Nagar was the chief guest and ECGC Indore branch manager P D Mokashi was the guest of honour in the programme. Allahabad Bank nodal zone office Bhopal assistant general manager A K Singh, and chief manager S L N Prasad were the special guests.

Bank’s Indore branch chief manager P Datta said that keeping in tune with the Indian Government’s focus on Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SME) sector the bank has also renewed its thrust on this sector. Small Industries Service Institute (SISI) director J P Nagar called upon the entrepreneurs of the City to come forward with their ventures to place Indore as an industrial hub on the country’s map.

He further informed that IND-EXPO 2006 generated good response towards the small and medium industries. P D Mokashi emphasised that the entrepreneurs should give more focus on export oriented activities without any worry because they can avail the advantages of the risk cover benefits offered by ECGC to the exporters.

Arvind Shrivastav and Sanjeev Sachdeva expressed the views and expectations from banks and other government departments on behalf of the entrepreneurs. S L N Prasad explained the SME friendly schemes of the bank in detail. A K Singh shared that more than 40 percent of the country’s industrial input and 35 percent of the exports come from the SME sector only.