Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Nov 17 (ANI): Hyderabad is all set to host the 'Skill Seeds International MSME and Startup Expo 2017' from November 25-26 at the National Small Industries Corporation Campus.
It is an international Expo for trade, industry, MSMEs and startups.
The expo will provide a platform for businesses to exhibit their products and services, network and find new business opportunities, markets, buyers, sellers, raw materials and investments.
It will also share knowledge about Central / State Government's new promotional schemes, policies and legislation etc.
The expo is expected to see a participation of more than 20,000 visitors, and greater than 100 exhibitors.
More than 20 equity private fund banks are also participating in the expo.
There would be stalls to showcase individual enterprises / startups, for which the tariff will be according to the size of the enterprises starting from Rs.10,000 to Rs.25,000.
CEO and MD of www.HyderabadOnline.in, Raj Kumar Jalan said, "In today's world, where internet is helping Businesses get new customers on a daily basis, www.HyderabadOnline.inhas been working seamlessly for Businesses across the city of Hyderabad to get them unmatched online visibility. We already have a strong network of 300+ Businesses who are connected with us and our collaboration with the Expo is an excellent step in this direction. The expo is a not-to-miss opportunity for the newbies in the business world, who want to give their company/startup a great start and exposure."
Chairman and Managing Director of IESBUD, Ganesh Donthi added, "The aim of the Expo is not revenues, but to encourage emerging startups from every field and help them fight it out in this competitive world. There is no entry fee too for students, whom we see as the building-blocks of our country. We invite students to be a part of this 2-day event and explore ideas and business opportunities."
The event is organised by Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Federation, a non-profit organisation whose main focus is to turn 'job seekers to job creators'. (ANI)