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A&A Launches New Programs To Help SMEs Grow Financially

 
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The primary goals of the two programs are to help SME companies in India to grow
The primary goals of the two programs are to help SME companies in India to grow financially.

A&A Business Consulting, a consultant for SME sector has announced the launch of two flagship programs. "SPEED For Business and Strategic Alliance in Business are the two programs that will support the development of SME sector capabilities thus increasing the overall contribution of the sector to the GDP," says Sanjay Sharma, President of the consulting department.

The primary goals of the two programs are to help Indian SME companies to grow financially. "SME sector is the backbone of Indian economy in terms of number of people employed and the number of goods produced. But its contribution to GDP remains less than 10 percent at present, largely due to internal deficiencies and limited outlook," said Pravin Daryani, Chairman and Managing Director of A&A Business Consulting.

"SME can well contribute over 25% to GDP by 2025. However, they first need to enhance their capabilities. Unless they are capable and prepared, they will not be able to leverage the existing and upcoming opportunities," said Daryani.

"SFB is a 12-month consulting program by AABC to assist SME take their business to the next level. In SFB, AABC consultants implement certain set of doable in sales, finance, marketing, HR and operations department of an SME business. This makes their businesses organized and process driven leading to revenue growth," says Raj Nair, VP Sales at A&A Business Consulting.

Founded in 2009, AABC has completed 1500 full-fledged consulting projects assisting businesses achieve organised growth. It has presence in 7 states across India with a network of 18000+ SMEs. The company completed assisting 1239 businesses grow financially in March 2018. It is working towards our next mission of assisting 2020 businesses grow financially by 31st March 2020.

"We can foresee the change we want to bring in the SME sector in India. We want to craft the financial destinies of millions of SMEs by assisting them grow in an organized way," said Daryani