CNBC-TV18 and Microsoft announce Aditya Auto Products & Engineering (India) Pvt Ltd as the third winner of SMB Utsav

SMB Utsav

Mumbai: CNBC-TV18 and Microsoft announced Aditya Auto Products & Engineering (India) Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru as the third and final winner of SMB Utsav. The winner will be rewarded with benefits worth up to ₹ 15 Lakhs* including technology and business resources along with training sessions by Microsoft and promotion on CNBC-TV18. The 3-month long program, which recognized SMEs for their contribution towards rebuilding India and the economy’s growth, culminates with this award announcement.

The winner, Aditya Auto Products & Engineering (India) Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru was established in 1999 by setting up a wiring harness division and supplying to Europe and Australia. The company is engaged in designing and manufacturing of automotive components including mechatronic systems, precision components and motors.

CNBC-TV18 along with Investment Information and Credit Rating Agency of India (ICRA) analytics helped choose the right candidate as the 3rd winner. The esteemed Jury panel comprises of industry stalwarts including Vijay Sethi – Former CIO, Head HR & CSR, Hero Motocorp Ltd; Aditya Ghosh – Board Member, FabIndia& OYO; Animesh Saxena – President, FISME. MD, Neetee Apparel LLP; Chandrakant Salunkhe – Founder & President, SME Chamber of India; Harish Vellat – SMB &Corporate Business Leader, Microsoft India; and Praveen Mellacheruvu, Business Lead – Business Applications, Microsoft India.

Commenting on the same, Smriti Mehra, CEO of Business News Cluster, Network18 said, “The final month of our ‘SMB Utsav’ has concluded, and we feel extremely proud to have come this far seeing the talent and brimming ideas on display. Providing various innovative products and services in the auto sector, Aditya Auto Products have proved that they are a cut above the rest. We would like to congratulate them for their hard work and their contribution in India’s economy and wish them the growth and success that they deserve. We also thank Microsoft and ICRA who were a part of this entire program and assisted us throughout from start to finish.”

About Neel Achary 18668 Articles
Neel Achary is the editor of Business News This Week. He has been covering all the business stories, economy, and corporate stories.