While the negative impact of the COVID-19 crisis on human life and the economy has been unprecedented, the crisis has forced firms across industries, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs), to innovate and transform significantly to survive and overcome the challenges. Join us for some great insights into what our market leaders are seeing and tips on how to navigate your business transformation through the next few months.

As the restrictions begin to ease, organisations are assessing the impact on their transformation plans. Some are drastically scaling back, while others are accelerating. So, how do we reset? How do we navigate the disruption to our timelines, staffing and potential budget issues?

What does this mean for the future of our industry? What role do technology, training and leaders of business have to play in accelerating recovery? With digital technology transforming every sector of India’s economy, it is essential that we ensure our SMEs make the most of digital technologies to improve operations and generate new revenue.

We will bring together a panel of experts each week, to discuss the challenges we are seeing and are likely to see in the coming months and provide effective solutions to the same.

  • SME Experts
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  • Live Q & A
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  • Interactive session
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  • Virtual Forum

Our Speaker

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Pugal T

Senior Consultant, Tally Solutions
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Moloy Chakravorty,

Business Coach, ActionCOACH India

Previous Speakers

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Shachindra Nath

Executive Chairman & Managing Director
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Rahul Chander

Managing Director & CEO, LIVFIN

Who Should Attend ?

Success-oriented SME business owners

CEOs and CFOs

CXOs working towards business strategies

Startups and Entrepreneurs

Companies looking to raise funds

Business Leaders

Investors, VCs and Accelerators

Technology Suppliers

Companies that develop services for data management and analysis

NBFCs and Micro-Finance companies

Finance, Marketing and Operations Professionals



Brand Managers



For more information, contact:

Bhavya Preet Kaur