Nitin Gadkari, the minister for micro, small and medium enterprise sector on Thursday launched www.restartindia.in, a mentoring platform primarily aimed at aiding the sector to restart businesses across the country.
Muthoot FinCorp and INKtalks, an innovation platform for young professionals jointly conceptualised “RestartIndia”, which is an open platform for advisory support.
It would help in bringing global management information and expertise to the doorstep of the common man, the minister said.
A single platform to get information on various schemes that the government has initiated and to connect with professionals/experts from various fields is in sync with the Atmanirbhar project, said Gadkari.
Experts from various fields and industry domains address the questions and provide information on schemes and initiatives of the government, Muthoot FinCorp said in a release.
The platform designed is to address the needs of the MSME sector, particularly the nano and micro enterprises. It will offer solutions to the problems faced by a large number of women entrepreneurs making a livelihood by setting up very small businesses, following the pandemic crisis.
The website also provides details of various MSME-focused governmental/institutional support and resources on how to run or set up a sustainable business venture.
“The objective is to raise the self-confidence primarily of small businesses by creating an environment for the re-establishment and progress of their businesses, said Thomas John Muthoot, Chairman and Managing Director of Muthoot FinCorp.