Infotech Lead India: Intuit has signed a deal with the National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD), India to roll out a four-hour module on financial literacy / management for SMBs in India.
NIESBUD, Noida, Delhi-NCR, a national institute engaged in promotion of entrepreneurship and development of small businesses through training, research, consultancy etc. says this will aim at providing SMBs with critical financial management skills to run their operations.
Following the training, SMBs can perform in a competitive environment, the interactive as discussion-based modules incorporate both strategic and tactical guidance, supported by group exercises based on real business situations that leverage the insight of small business participants.
The Modules are comprised of three stages of learning: How to Start a Business; How to Manage a Business; and, How to Grow a Business, and are expected to empower the participants with content and skills to help them improve their financial outcomes.
As a precursor to introducing the Module across India to small businesses in the coming months, the curriculum will first be introduced during the forthcoming Training of Trainers(TOT) organized by NIESBUD at Nainital from May 21 to June 6 for Senior Faculty of its Partner Institutions. The TOT is expected to train40 to 45 trainers from across the country including a few small business owners themselves.