Aye Finance launches ‘FAME’ for supporting micro enterprises

Following the success at the financial inclusion of more than 1, 00,000 micro firms, Aye Finance is coming up with its not-for-profit organization.FAME (Foundation for Advancement of Micro Enterprises). Through this venture, the company will run its CSR interventions.

Having social welfare as one of their major concerns, Aye Finance lays great emphasis upon it. With the launch of FAME, the MSME lender aims at making an effort for the development of the communities in which it operates, along with lending support and nurturing the ecosystem for micro enterprises.

Former Executive Director of SIDBI, Brij Mohan, is serving as the Chairperson of FAME. Under his aegis, the company will introduce a number of efforts for enhancing the skills and ability of micro entrepreneurs, resulting in self-sustainability of the sector.

As a matter of fact, Aye Finance happens to be at a position to aid these enterprises. The company has to its credit a rich experience with working on the ground with over 1 lakh such entrepreneurs. Using its not-for-profit arm, the fintech lender will launch various projects for supporting the micro enterprises, through non-financial aid and assistance, enhancing them on professional front and providing the motivation for their progression into the country’s new and advanced era.

 

Following the success at the financial inclusion of more than 1, 00,000 micro firms, Aye Finance is coming up with its not-for-profit organization —FAME (Foundation for Advancement of Micro Enterprises). Through this venture, the company will run its CSR interventions.

 

Having social welfare as one of their major concerns, Aye Finance lays great emphasis upon it. With the launch of FAME, the MSME lender aims at making an effort for the development of the communities in which it operates, along with lending support and nurturing the ecosystem for micro enterprises. Former Executive Director of SIDBI, Brij Mohan, is serving as the Chairperson of FAME. Under his aegis, the company will introduce a number of efforts for enhancing the skills and ability of micro entrepreneurs, resulting in self-sustainability of the sector. As a matter of fact, Aye Finance happens to be at a position to aid these enterprises. The company has to its credit a rich experience with working on the ground with over 1 lakh such entrepreneurs. Using its not-for-profit arm, the fintech lender will launch various projects for supporting the micro enterprises, through non-financial aid and assistance, enhancing them on professional front and providing the motivation for their progression into the country’s new and advanced era.