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Axis Bank launches 4th edition of ‘EVOLVE’, SME knowledge series

Covai Post Network

COIMBATORE: Axis Bank launched the 4th edition of ‘EVOLVE’ an annual, multi-city knowledge series for Bank’s SME customers in the city on Monday.

The current edition of ‘EVOLVE’, titled ‘Transform your family business into your dream company’, will empower the SMEs understand the winning strategies and best practices that have helped some of the leading family businesses in India grow into reputable enterprise.

This edition will span across 30 cities including Coimbatore, Nagpur, Surat, Rajkot, Pune, Vishakhapatnam, Tiruchi, Kanpur, Ludhiana and Jamshedpur, a press release from the bank said.

The series aims to equip the participating SMEs with new-age strategies, live case studies, operational know-how, regulatory and Government related knowledge skills.

“We are excited to launch our 4th edition of EVOLVE, an initiative to provide SME customers with the knowledge and expertise to achieve even greater heights in their respective businesses,” President and Head, SME, Axis Bank, J.P. Singh said.

“Today, the Indian ecosystem is flooded with SMEs who want to expand their business but what is missing is the presence of the right channel and guidance in terms of acceleration and scaling up.
Through this edition of EVOLVE, we endeavor to create an ecosystem to encourage next-level-of growth opportunities for family businesses that are ready to take that crucial next leap. We firmly believe that for India to achieve sustained long term growth, it is imperative for SMEs to expand and thrive,” Singh said.

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