Dr. Ajay Data, Founder and CEO, VideoMeet- The announcement by the Honorable Finance Minister regarding the startups was much required at the moment and will help the fledgling startups with meager resources to continue with their business operations without worrying about compliance with complex taxes. The announcement comes soon after Prime Minister announced the setting up of Rs 10,000 crore fund for seed funding of startups. These moves by the government make the intent of the government clarified that it wants to promote entrepreneurship and help the enthusiastic young entrepreneurs in the country. The setting up of a separate administration structure to promote ease of doing business is a laudable move by the FM. Also, as predicted startups were given importance under this budget, and the industry is poised to be greatly benefited with the Tax holiday extended by another year till 31 March 2022.
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Union Budget reiterates the Government’s intent to accelerate digitisation: Surojit Shome, CEO, DBS Bank India
Surojit Shome, CEO DBS Bank India says that “The Union Budget reiterates the Government’s intent to accelerate digitisation in the economy. Incentivising digital transactions through measures such as a 2% levy on cash withdrawals from bank […]
New Delhi: VideoMeet, an indigenous videoconferencing application, has recently brought in exciting new features for its Web, Android and iOS users. Some of the new features rolled out allow the ease of switching from Low […]