eBay Signs MoU With Haryana Government To Help MSMEs Tap Into The International Market
eBay, a multinational e-commerce platform, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Haryana government to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) within the state tap into the international market with the help of the eBay’s cross-border platform.
Under this MoU, eBay will offer pricing and other benefits under a special scheme, and enable MSMEs to sell across 190 global markets.
Moreover, it will also conduct training programmes, webinars and workshops for MSMEs that fall under textiles, and auto components sectors to support the Haryana government’s vision of balanced regional development and enhancing exports.
Talking about this association with Haryana Government, Vidmay Naini, Country Manager at eBay India, said,
“Being a true marketplace, eBay has focused on enabling MSMEs and artisans from across Indian markets. This association will seek to educate and train Haryana MSMEs to start and scale their business on the eBay marketplaces through structured programs.”
Dushyant Chautala, Deputy Chief Minister, Government of Haryana, also commented on this collaboration and said that this move will create more opportunities for new entrepreneurs and also boost sales for the existing ones.
Dushyant Chautala said,
“Our government is focused towards promoting entrepreneurship and enhancing inclusive and balanced regional development in the state. The strategic collaboration will help MSMEs, artisans in remote parts of the state, to overcome challenges restricting their access to domestic and international markets.”
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