New Delhi, Jun 12 (KNN) In order to guide the prospective and existing entrepreneurs in establishing their businesses and removing roadblocks, the National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD), an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises today announced the opening of a coaching, mentoring and consultancy cell for entrepreneurs.
“The objective of the cell is to help and guide the prospective and existing entrepreneurs in their roadblocks,” MSME Ministry said in a release.
The consultancy and guidance would be provided in the areas of idea generation, planning, formulation and implementation; financial challenges and solutions; marketing of a new / existing venture; human resource challenge (Hiring, recruitment, replica handbags, training, retrenchment, motivation); expansion of venture; and strategic planning and intervention.
The resource panel in the cell comprises of experts from Business Management and Administration, Entrepreneurship, Banking, Economics, Human Resource Management, Finance and Strategy.
The Institute has conducted a total of 9,822 different training programmes covering 2,54,289 participants which includes 163 international training programmes with 2,586 participants from more than 125 countries till March 31, 2014.