Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Vishwanath Kenchi, Hand loom cotton cloth entrepreneur

·Mr. Vishwanath Kenchi is weaving hand loom cotton cloth in Gajendragad and he started one Co- Operative society supported by Charka organization. There were 20 weavers working in the Hand loom Society then he planned to increase hand looms in Gajendragad. He gets every month yarn from the Charaka Organization for weaving and gives back to ready cloth to Charka Organization. He thought to apply Navodyami program to get financial support from the Deshpande foundation.

He attended the Navodyami training and he satisfied with Navodyami training because he never got training for his Business development. After the Navodyami training he selected as a winner in Navodyami program and received 1 lac rupees as Navodyami winner. He installed 10 more hand looms and now he weaves cotton cloth per day 240 miter, per month 7200 miter cloth.  He gives cloth to charaka organization and navodyami team has supported him to get market linkage for his product.  He has increased cloth production in his hand looms cloth weaving business and now100 labours are working in his small industry

Navodyami Business Development Training Program 2013

Navodyami Training Program 2013

We are glad to share that since 2011 Navodyami connected with more than 1500 entrepreneurs and provided assistance to more than 40 entrepreneurs through workshops on market orientation, Business plan making, mentorship sessions through experts in the industry, and are also provided with financial assistance. Entrepreneurs have grown their business turnover 5 times to 8 times and entrepreneurs have got suggestion form the Successful entrepreneurs for their business development.
We are launching Navoydami 2013 training batch for Micro and small scale entrepreneurs and for more details about training go through following lines. 

 Navodyami Training Program:

This Navodyami training is available for new start ups and existed entrepreneurs. The Navodyami training based on business development workshop, training will be given for three days.  Limited seats for the Navodyami training 4th batch and we will be charge minimum fees for the workshop. The last date of submit application is 

June 25th, 2013.

Market orientation: Through a series of customized workshops, candidates will conduct market mapping exercises and receive customer feedback on their product. They also learn about market share, competition, and customer choices.

Business plan creation: This workshop translates high-end business expertise into Navodyamis' language. Entrepreneurs will learn to calculate cash flow projection and working capital needs, and\determine projection of business viability. 

Training benefits:           
·         Increase you customers by using different strategy.
·         Growth for your product in the market and business development ideas.
·         Get advice from the Successful entrepreneurs for your business idea.

Program Highlights:
·         1000+ candidates have gone through Navodyami training program and entrepreneurs have increased their business 5 to 8 time turnover. 
·         Entrepreneurs have received advice from Successful entrepreneur for their business development and many of them have changed business strategy. 

We will be following up with you in the coming days and are banking upon you to reach out to eligible individuals who can benefit from this initiative and turn into Navodyamis!!

for more information contact us on

avoydaminfo@gmail.com or call us on 7760965490, 9686956691. 

Prasanna Hegade, Sidhapur, Uttar Karnataka (Masala papad entrepreneur)

Mr. Prasanna Hegde is a resident of Uttar Karnataka and he is  30 years old is a PUC graduate. Prasanna has been running a Masala papad making business since 2010. Prasanna has one Year experience in this business and he is manufacturing Masala Papad, Traditional, Spicy papad. He was sailing only in nearby places and he planned to apply to get financial & marketing support from Navodyami Program.
He gone through Navodyami training program and he came to know about market survey in Navodyami Training Program. He asked everyone about his product feedback and based on feedback he thought to change the quality of the product. Also he gone through Business plan training and he came to know about cost of production for his product. After the training program he has increased his product rate because he came to know his investment cost of product then he worked on his product quality. He has not selected as a Navodyami winner but Navodyami team helped him to market his product. Earlier he was sailing in Uttar Kannada and Navodyami team supported him only market his product in Hubli.   
Now he is making per month turnover 80,000 rupees and he got good market demand for his product in Hubli. He is going to expand his business because he has got more orders for his products.

Mr. Ramchandra Hegde, He runs Amara Home stay in Dandeli, Uttar Karnataka.

Mr. Ramchandra Hegde is from Dandeli and had experience in Goa tourism places. This experience helped him understand the importance of providing quality service to customers. The Navodyami training helped him think about ways he could improve customer service.  He went to visited other home stays to see in which ways they were successful so that he could further enhance his own customer service.  He included more activities in his home stay package, and customers responded positively.  
He has received financial support from the Navodyami program and invested this money to improve the facilities in his homes stay.  He has received good feedback from guests of the home stay, who have written great reviews on Trip Advisor. Please click on the link for more information. http://www.tripadvisor.in/Hotel_Review-g1156191-d2467189-Reviews-Amara_Homestay-Dandeli_Karnataka.html.  He has expanded the number of rooms in his home stay and purchased new equipment. The funds he received from the Deshpande Foundation helped him seriously improve his business. His customers are very happy with his service and continually reference him.

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