Hyderabad: WE Hub and Ramagundam Municipal Corporation’s programme Project Inclusion has handed over 66 sanction letters to businesswomen who have grounded their micro enterprises on July 1. The project was kickstarted to ground 500 micro enterprises led by businesswomen by inculcating digital literacy and financial inclusion with SBI handing over the letters.
The program was presided by Uday Kumar, IAS, Commissioner, Ramagundam Municipal Corporation, Korukanti Chander, MLA (Ramagundam), Dr Bangi Anil Kumar, Mayor (Ramagundam), Phani Srinivas, Regional Manager, SBI, and Deepthi Ravula, CEO, WE Hub, among others.
Ravula said, “We have identified that along with incubation support there is great need for financial support to the businesswomen and we have worked together with State bank of India towards handing over the first set of sanction letters for them’’.
Uday Kumar said, “The core philosophy behind this project is not just to bring more women into the workforce but also to generate Employment through Micro Enterprises in the Municipal Corporation. This is just the beginning of the project with 66 sanctions. We are inviting aspiring businesswomen in Ramagundam to come forward.”
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