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Published: 30th September 2015 05:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th September 2015 05:28 AM   |  A+A-

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SMBConnect, a platform that connects SMBs and upcoming entrepreneurs across the country, inaugurated its third edition of the annual series – Start Manage Expands 2015 in Hyderabad on Tuesday. More than 125 delegates from across the focus categories were a part of the event.

The focus this year is SME development through learning and knowledge sharing among business owners, peers, specialists and experts. Spanning through a period of four months the series will cover 30 cities across India culminating with the finale in Delhi. More than 20,000 SMEs/SMBs/MSMEs are expected to benefit from this platform. The series saw prolific members of the SME spectrum as they convened to speak about the industry and its future, envisioning the best strategy for the way forward.

The series will touch upon the current and upcoming trends in the evolving SME space along with discussing business opportunities and growth in the sector. The panel discussion revolved around a strategy that concentrates on using innovative and conventional mediums to help SMEs and leverage consumers. The event organised by SMBConnect focuses on innovations for Small and Medium Enterprises, the opportunities and challenges to implement innovations and simple tools for complex business issues. It will also award SMEs under various categories.

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