Besides streamlining processes, making day-to-day business activities cheaper and bringing structure, technology holds the key to ensuring the cycle of credit to MSMEs via investment vehicles takes a formal shape.

An analysis of the Indian business growth story would be incomplete without mentioning the backbone of its economy – the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs). Despite making up for the majority of the country’s trade and commerce, the MSMEs are under-looked by the traditional financial system and resultantly credit-starved.

An analysis of the Indian business growth story would be incomplete without mentioning the backbone of its economy – the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs). Despite making up for the majority of the country’s trade and commerce, the MSMEs are under-looked by the traditional financial system and resultantly credit-starved.

An analysis of the Indian business growth story would be incomplete without mentioning the backbone of its economy – the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs). Despite making up for the majority of the country’s trade and commerce, the MSMEs are under-looked by the traditional financial system and resultantly credit-starved. The country’s apex voices – the Indian government, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), and the top bureaucrats have time and again spoken about the need to infuse capital enough for MSMEs to survive and thrive, but the path to encourage MSMEs is rather long and untrodden.

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