Tuesday, May 29, 2018

deAsra Introduces Aspiring Entrepreneurs With Funding Essentials

deAsra Foundation on Friday had organized a workshop on “Funding Essentials” for those who wish to start a small business or want to grow their existing businesses effectively by availing right funding schemes.

The workshop was held at Alpabachat Bhavan, Pune & Conducted by Ms. Devayani Kulkarni and Mr. Abhishek Kulkarni, representatives of deAsra Foundation. This workshop helped small business owners to understand how to raise money in a timely and efficient way and avoid unintended financial problems.

Mr. Abhishek Kulkarni said, “Every business has different needs based on the product or service they offer in the market. Hence the requirement of funding will differ. An entrepreneur should study the market for his product or service which will help him to choose the right funding options to grow the business”.

Some important points of funding essentials like, assessment of business before availing any funding scheme and availing funding through cash credit, term loans, long term loans, short term loans and loans against fix assets etc. were touched at the workshop, entrepreneurs who were part of this workshop went back with the clear understanding of funding essentials and required procedure for their business.

deAsra is committed to enabling people to start, manage & grow a small business successfully. We offer a platform wherein, setting up, managing & growing a small business is made simple & entrepreneur friendly through a broad array of support services. We are known for giving an hassle free approach to upcoming businesses by giving them a mentor to guide them through the entire process flawlessly.

Media Contact: Aspire PR & Strategies Pvt. Ltd, Top Public Relations Agency in Pune, Varsha Marathe - 9370220270



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