The app is designed to provide a platform and support to micro and small scale industries to carry out their businesses
GN Bureau | July 17, 2018
Nalco has recently unveiled a mobile app Namasya (NALCO Micro & Small enterprise Yogayog Application) for the micro & small enterprises.
The app is designed by Nalco to provide a platform and support to micro and small scale industries to carry out their businesses. While launching the app, union minister of mines Narendra Singh Tomar lauded NALCO’s initiatives as a mother industry to promote MSMEs.
CMD, NALCO, Tapan Kumar Chand said, “NALCO has always believed in inclusive growth and sustainable development. As part of its efforts to promote and encourage the micro and small industries, besides other premiums, we have come up with this innovative app that can provide these industries and entrepreneurs an edge in the future. NALCO has always come forward to support this sector that has enormous employment opportunities for the youth of the country.”
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