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'Small entrepreneurs most ignored'

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  8 Dec 2015 12:00 AM GMT

SHILLONG, Dec 7: Chairperson, IEF, Bhairavi Jani, today said that small entrepreneurs are the most ignored despite of the fact that 40 per cent of the 63 per cent non government which is private sector in this country is run by these small scale entrepreneurs. Addressing a press conference after the IEF foundation in collaboration with the Meghalaya Institute of Entrepreneurship (MIE) concluded, she said, that these small entrepreneurs are the one running saloon, cyber café, “Software Company, organic farm, local clothing design stalls and are creating jobs, local livelihoods and creating an impact however small creates an economic engine for 40 per cent of the 63 per cent NDP (tiol domestic product) that private sector generates are still ignored because they are not the below poverty line and are standing on their own feet.”

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