The government fore-show that to foothold the interest of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) will get bifurcated norms for insolvency proceedings.
As per Commerce and industry ministry, a total of 5,350 start-ups recognised by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion
To build up the startup growth in India, Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) industry along with tax consultants has recommended lowering the taxes for angel investors. The idea behind this introduction is to curb generation and use of unaccounted money. IAMAI recommends that the one could limit the scope of taxation, exclude investments … Continue reading “Taxes for angel investors to be lowered to buildup startup growth”
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Expo 2017 second edition, beginning here from December 15, will act as a common platform to connect Government, PSU, MNCs and International Business communities with Indian Micro and Sal and Medium Enterprises and is expected to generate Rs 50 crore business. The expo is being jointly organized by the … Continue reading “MSME expo in December is plausible to generate Rs. 50 cr Business”
Startup India Scheme is a programme placed into the orbit by Honorable Prime Minister in January 2016. The objective of this scheme is to provide funds to the state of the artist whose invention is towards innovation and development. Let us look towards benefits covered under Startup India Scheme: Registration Process Simplified: The government has … Continue reading “Benefits to look for in Startup India Programme”
The government is planning for a further reduction in start-ups and 3-month exit plan for the ventures who fail to flourish.
With the emphasis on the startups of startups like Flipkart and Ola, they have been brake on the magnificent increase in the salaries of their employees. The salary of these employees was 3-4 times higher than the industry average, but now they are matching their counterparts in the traditional sectors.
If you are thinking about taking advantage of the Startup India program then you have to fulfill one of these conditions. In order to qualify for Startup India, you have to tell how many new employment opportunities will be created from your plan.
Chamber of low-cost housing projects after Demonetisation. In the January-March quarter this year, home buyers had to face the difficulties after the Demonetisation, but despite this, they have not changed the decision to buy their dream house.
It’s hard time for affordable housing. In the Delhi-NCR region alone, over one lakh apartments are likely to be built in this segment in the next couple of years, with builders betting on a spurt in demand following sops announced by the government in this year’s Budget. Supertech, Signature Global, Gaursons, Raheja Developers, BDI, Tulip and many others are planning to launch residential projects in this category.