Deputy Mayor of Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC) Ms. Manjali Shakya Bajracharya has urged participants at the training program to learn new skills that will enhance their entrepreneurial journey.
Gracing the program, she also expressed happiness towards Thulo.Com for providing digital transformation opportunities to women entrepreneurs of LMC.
Thulo.Com conducted training on Digital Literacy and Ecommerce for the Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) on August 2 and July 29 in Lalitpur.
Aiming to enroll around 1,000 MSMEs based in Lalitpur Metropolitan City in supporting their businesses into digitization, Thulo.Com conducted the training program collaborating with Women Development Centre, Department of Lalitpur Metropolitan City Office.
Ms. Surakchya Adhikari, Co-founder, and COO of Thulo.Com opined, “Thulo.Com is an impact commerce company which has been supporting MSMEs in digital transformation and we plan to continue to support MSMEs by providing access to Market, Technology, and Knowledge. In order to support enterprises led by women entrepreneurs based in Lalitpur Metropolitan City we collaborated with the Women Development Centre, Department of Lalitpur Metropolitan City Office.
“We look forward to continuing this collaboration to support MSMEs in the long run,” she added.
“In order to grow, sustain and achieve efficient operations for MSMEs, use of digital technology has become essential,” informed Ms. Abhilasha Poudel, Social Impact Manager of Thulo.Com addling “Realizing the same, Thulo.Com is focused to provide access to digital platforms and skills to MSMEs that will help them digitize their business and will be able to leverage our capabilities in digitizing MSMEs.”
Thulo.Com has initiated a project “MSMEs Growth Bazar: Digitization of MSMEs by providing market access through Thulo.Com which also set up partnership with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF).
The partnership will help MSMEs digitize payments, delivery, and post-sales services in rural areas in Nepal, boosting their sales and helping them recover from the effects of the pandemic.
MSMEs are the key players who contribute largely to the economy of the country. They are the ones who take a plunge into innovation and job creation.
(Based on press release of Thulo.com)