6th Women Entrepreneurship Conference
Delhi Manage… Delhi Management Association
Growth and development of any country, by and large, lies in the entrepreneurial ability to it’s citizens and this becomes more imperative in a country like India where women entrepreneurs are now recognized as the most important contributors to the economic growth. Realizing the entreprenuership as an engine for economic growth, Government of India has recently launched Startup India – Standup India program to encourage the new generation entrepreneurs. Many industry veterans have setup their own venture funds to cater the financial and other needs of entrepreneurs. The new generation entrepreneurs are managing their business with utmost effective manner be it Human Resources, Finances, operations, Marketing or any other area. However in fast changing economical and global environment, it becomes significant for any entrepreneur to remain dynamic and updated to face-off the new challenges to improve the bottom line and maintain a sustainable growth rate. They also need to keep on analysing the new opportunities in the market to enjoy the first mover advantages. Besides this they need to optimize the resource utilization especially in the area of finances which is considered to be the blood of business and allows business to take advantage of opportunities to grow. The strategic and judicious use and management of financial instruments, such as capital, loans, investment, taxes, insurance etc. are key to the success for every business.
In this backdrop, the conference aims to explore how the entrepreneurs can harness the finances and financial instruments for a sustainable growth.
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to understand adn analyze pros and cons of diferent sources of funds
how to utilize available financial resources optimally and determine future needs
developing criteria for making investment portfolio suiting to future needs
to get key tools for tax planning, insurance planning and other financial aspects
Who should attend:
successful, aspiring and budding women entrepreneurs, house – makers, policy makers, bankers, working professionals, consultants, academician and students