A MOU was signed in the presence of Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh at the Yuva Udyami Panchayat.
Online marketplace Snapdeal has announced its partnership with the Madhya Pradesh government’s business institution working in the area of strengthening and growing local businesses – MP Laghu Udyog Nigam.
A MOU was signed in the presence of Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister (CM) of Madhya Pradesh at the Yuva Udyami Panchayat.
As a part of this association, Snapdeal will empower small and medium businesses with the knowledge of business tools, digital insights and marketing skills to start selling their products online and will also extend parallel assistance for strengthening logistics.
“Madhya Pradesh Government and Snapdeal’s efforts are in the direction of creating a future ready and efficient digital ecosystem within the state and thereby enable the MSMEs to tap wider opportunities and encourage the spirit of entrepreneurship among them,” said the company’s official release.
Kunal Bahl, Co-founder & CEO, Snapdeal, said, “Snapdeal takes immense pride in the association we have initiated with the Madhya Pradesh government. This is a notable milestone in our journey of creating 1 million successful online entrepreneurs in India by enabling the state’s MSMEs to sell online. Madhya Pradesh is a powerhouse of talent and resources, and if these are channelized well, the state has the calibre of being one of the front runners in the digital story of India. Snapdeal’s vision is to create life changing experiencing for all our stakeholders and empowering the youth will change the way we do business. With this association, we move a step closer towards creating impactful digital ecosystem in India and we thank Madhya Pradesh government for giving us the honour of being their partner of choice.”