IFC Trains Indian Small and Medium Enterprises to Improve Efficiencies
New Delhi, India, May 26, 2011—IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has
rolled out its Business Edge training for business owners and managers in
India. The interactive training program will help improve management skills
and support productivity and efficiency improvements for small and medium
enterprises and middle managers of larger firms.
IFC’s Business Edge program uses a comprehensive set of self-study books
and training modules adapted to the local business context. Key themes
include marketing, human resources, production, operations, finance,
accounting, and productivity skills.
IFC’s Business Edge team is working with Apollo Tyres, an Indian
manufacturer and existing client to train its distributors. Participant
from seven Indian states of Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya
Pradesh, Gujarat and Chattisgarh have already been trained on Basics of
Sales and Marketing.
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