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CyberMedia, ICICI launch SME CEO's Knowledge Series

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CyberMedia, in association with ICICI Bank, announced its first SME CEO's

Knowledge Series at the ITC Mughal in Agra. The series aims to empower the CEOs

of SMEs by providing a platform for knowledge sharing and joint learning amongst

the entrepreneurs. Similar forums will be held subsequently in 26 cities across

the country.

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The Agra chapter of ICICI Bank SME CEO's Knowledge Series provided an

opportunity to SMEs from Agra leather industry to interact with the experts from

leading institutions such as IIM Kolkata, Deloitte and ICICI Bank.

Dr Chanderpal, Secretary-Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises,

Govt of India, delivered the keynote address and said, “Globalization and

fast-booming Indian economy has opened many opportunities for SMEs and has

brought competition to their doorsteps. To be able to grow in this changing

scenario, entrepreneurs need to enhance and upgrade their skills and knowledge

continuously. Marketing, taxation, HR and Finance are the most important

elements of enterprise growth and it is a pleasure that country's leading bank

has taken the initiative to further catalyze the growth of SMEs through the

knowledge series across the country.”

Pradeep Gupta, CMD,

CyberMedia Group
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Pradeep Gupta, CMD, CyberMedia Group added, “Knowledge is vital part of

entrepreneurial growth. It is satisfying to see that knowledge partners such as

IIM Kolkata, Deolitte, ICICI Bank and others have come on board to share their

knowledge with SMEs. The response to the mentoring sessions is a testimony that

our entrepreneurs have a great appetite to grow, and they also understand the

need for the appropriate direction to help them grow at faster pace. CyberMedia

is proud to be associated with this SME CEO Knowledge Series.”

The series is supported by Google, HP, Deloitte, IIM Kolkata, Solo, PC Quest

, Dare, CIOL , Big 92.7FM , CNBC 18, CNBC Awaaz and Dainik Jagran.

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