Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Start-up India: A great initiative

Entrepreneurs are to an economy what roots are to trees. Businesses let an economy grow each day. Entrepreneurship fuels growth and opens new markets and arena. India’s economic performance is always closely watched by the world. As a growing economy, it is necessary to have a government policy the eases trade. The Government recently announced the Startup India project. This is to boost growth, entrepreneurship and revive the slow growing economy.

Startup India is a potential scheme and can change the Indian Business Scenario if implemented with right steps. An economy like ours needs direct private investment to grow. A country cannot grow ahead with public investment and private consumption. Start-up India will fill up the vacuum between the two sectors and create alternate options.

This scheme has the potential to be a catalyst to restart private investment flow into the economy. The more good use of funds, the better the profit. This is one of the best policies that have been recently announced by the government. We need the current industries to grow and lead to develop newer industries. As the platform is ready for growth and we have great human resource potential to yields amazing results out of it.

If you take a look at the last decade, there has been a consistent growth with the advent of private sector. The scenario has consistently improved and the new Indian professional has bigger and better dreams. There are better and disruptive technologies, private capital that is waiting to be utilized, and a sincere business landscape. If this opportunity is backed by factual and effective policies then the industry has a huge way to grow and go ahead. Start-up India can bring thousands of entrepreneurs together at a single stage. If they work together and stably, they can lead the country towards new horizons. 

As a leader, I, Nanuram Kumawat will try to instill the potential and contribute to the scheme. I want this country to grow. 

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