Ed-tech startup Bada Business has reached out to over 50 million entrepreneurs, MSMEs, and aspiring entrepreneurs under its one of a kind private initiative ‘India Revival Mission’ that aims at helping them revive their businesses hit hard during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The ambitious initiative lasting for three months witnessed participation from MSME entrepreneurs and received support from top leaders in the industry and Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Kiren Rijeju.
Bada Business’ ‘India Revival Mission’ initiative was launched in April by ace business coach and founder and CEO of Bada Business, Dr. Vivek Bindra, to help entrepreneurs hail from different niches to survive and thrive their businesses during this pandemic.
Covid-19 has been a challenging time for both businesses and the global economy. One can only move ahead and thrive in a challenging environment if they are able to adjust and adapt their mindset and business strategy according to the unstable market.
In such a situation, a sector needs growth, development, and skill support to revive itself & cross its 30% GDP contribution.
Train, equip & skill small businesses
Bada Business primarily works for the growth and development of the MSME sector and considers it a social and national responsibility to train, equip, and skill small businesses, to help left them from financial burdens and make their business a success.
According to a recent report by credit rating agency CRISIL (1), a 5% contraction is expected in the Indian economy this fiscal, which “will significantly hurt MSMEs.” It added that the fall in revenue “will be steeper at 17-21%” for MSMEs compared to the formal sector.
Bada Business is an edtech startup based-New Delhi that was founded by motivational speaker and renowned business coach Dr. Vivek Bindra. With its platform, Bada Business aims to help aspiring and current-day entrepreneurs by educating them about extensive knowledge of different business strategies, frameworks, etc. that would help them upscale their business.