30,000 Women Entrepreneurs to Connect with SGCCI Mission 84

Women Entrepreneurs

Around 30,000 women entrepreneurs registered in the Women Entrepreneurship Programme initiated by the Government of India will be connected with the Global Connect Mission 84 project by the Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SGCCI), according to Dr. Anna Roy, senior advisor at NITI Aayog.

Dr. Roy announced this collaboration during her visit to SGCCI in Surat, emphasizing the government’s commitment to women’s empowerment through various schemes. The Women Entrepreneurship Programme is part of the government’s efforts to promote financial independence and empowerment among women.

Surat, along with Mumbai, Varanasi, and Vizag, has been designated as a “Growth Hub” by the Government of India, aiming to transform these cities into world-class hubs by 2047. Dr. Roy discussed the city’s development in key sectors such as health, education, business, and industry during her visit.

The focus is on holistic progress and improving the quality of life for residents. Abhilesh Babal from NITI Aayog emphasized the potential for developing the tourism industry in South Gujarat, including Surat, as a means of empowering women in rural areas and creating employment opportunities.

The objective is to position Surat as a hub for outbound tourism. Ramesh Vaghasia, President of SGCCI, provided insights into the SGCCI Global Connect Mission 84 project, emphasizing its role in strengthening India’s economy. The upcoming launch of an online international platform under the Mission 84 project aims to boost exports, with a specific focus on the Gujarat region. This collaboration is a significant step toward fostering economic growth and empowerment in the region.

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