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We know the value of time. It takes a lot of time to set up a brand new business and market it properly. You need to determine the right business approach, arrange funds for the business, and make a strong online presence to reach more and more customers, decide on the right target audience, and properly market the business to draw the attention of the potential customers. Don’t get stressed! We are always ready to hold your hand. Boost Her Mission comes up with an aid of helping aspiring women entrepreneurs. We showcase your handmade products and promote your creativity in the best possible way.

Everything you need to set up, expand or promote your business will be provided by Boost Her Mission.  Even, you don’t have any need of roaming here and there to find useful information regarding your business. We’ve gathered all the useful links at one place so that you can easily access them anytime, anywhere.

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BANK SCHEMES

SCHEMES UNDER GOI

Offered by a majority of SBI Branches to women entrepreneurs having a 50% share in any business and have taken part in Entrepreneurship Development Programs (EDP) run by state agencies, with a reduction in interest rate by 0.50%

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With no collateral security required, Central bank of India grants a loan of a maximum amount of 1 crore to women entrepreneurs trying to set up or expand existing businesses like micro, small and medium enterprises, village and cottage industries, agricultural activities, retail trade and government-sponsored programs. Even self-employed women are eligible for the scheme.

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The government of India grants loans for different sized enterprises run by women venturing into coaching centers, beauty parlors, tailoring shops, etc.  No collateral security is required to avail this loan. A loan of an amount up to Rs50000 for starters (Shishu), while any amount in the range between Rs50000 to 5lakh for the established ones(Kishor) and 10lakh for the ones trying to expand(Tarun).

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Women entrepreneurs aged anywhere between 18-45 years age and involved in agricultural activities, retail and small business are given a maximum of Rs1 lakh loan amount at flexible interest rates and in easy terms By Punjab and Sind Banks. Though family income is taken into account and should be Rs 45000 or less for ST/SC category.

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Dena Bank offers this scheme to women entrepreneurs in fields of agriculture, micro-credit, retail and smaller enterprises. The loan amount for retail trade, education and housing is up to Rs20lakhs and for micro-credit amount is a maximum of Rs50000.

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Women setting up beauty parlors, day care centers, auto-rickshaw rentals, etc. can avail a maximum loan amount of10 lakhs. This loan is granted by Punjab National Bank branch and be repaid over a period of 10 years while the interest rates depend on market rates.

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Offered by Oriental Bank of Commerce to women entrepreneurs owning 51% share capital of any business individually or jointly in a proprietary concern, this loan can grant an amount up to Rs25 lakhs which can be repaid in a period of 7 years. The loan also relaxes the interest rates by 2%.

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Women above the age of 16 years can apply for this scheme. This scheme aims at improving women employment/entrepreneurship. This scheme is introduced by Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India. Under this scheme, NGOs and Voluntary organizations help poor and rural women who are unable to break the cocoon of their surroundings. They provide door to door training in traditional trades to make them self-reliant. Agriculture, Horticulture, Food Processing, Handlooms, Traditional crafts like Embroidery, Zari etc.,  Handicrafts, Gems, & Jewellery  Travel & Tourism, Hospitality are some of the few sectors that are covered by STEP.

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MCY is a women-centric program that aims to provide self-employment to rural women artisans in the regions of the country that produce Choir Fibre. Only one artisan per household will be eligible for this scheme. The artisans need to complete the training program in the spinning of choir Yarn in any of the institutes under Choir Board. Subsidies will be provided for the purchase of Ratt machines and various spinning and weaving machines.

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Under this scheme, GOI provides credit, training and information on related needs to rural women through NGOs and institutes such as Entrepreneurship Development Institutes (EDIs), NIMSME, NIESBUD, IIE, MSME-DIs EDIs sponsored by State Govt.

Rural women who are unable to provide the demanded security as collaterals in banks and thus have no easy access to credits are provided with GOI Grants. The GOI Grant will assist with 30% of the total project cost and the rest 70% would be financed by lending institutions as loans.

Training organizations viz. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Entrepreneurship Development Institutes (EDIs), NISIET and the NGOs can organize can provide training to women and the GOI Grant will be upto INR 1 Lac only if the eligible institute can raise a 25% of the requested Fund.

The GOI will provide upto INR 5 Lacs to NEDIs for undertaking research and surveys for designing training modules for women.

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Initiated by IIT Delhi, under the vision and guidance of Director: Prof V. Ramgopal Rao, Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment (WEE) isbacked by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. WEE mentors help women entrepreneurs by providing them with an academic infrastructure to increase financial knowledge, channelize their ideas and get a real life idea on their products. The three months program (classroom and online) gives concrete understanding on global and regional Indian market trends. WEE provides necessary exposure to budding entrepreneurs by taking them for industrial visits, arranging meetings and discussion sessions with top women entrepreneurs and investment experts. Their global reach is supported by the Government of India. The Department of Science and Technology also provides fund of upto INR 5 Lacks to extraordinary ideas through DST Grants Scheme for women.

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PRIVATE FUNDED ORGANIZATION

Saha Fund is India’s first VC fund which exclusively provides necessary funding to women entrepreneurs and also invests in startups where the senior management includes women and companies which have majority of women employees. Saha Funds also invests in companies that create services and products for women and children. Investment amounts varying from 1.5 Cr upto 6 Crs have been granted to various talended ideas and businesses.

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Founded by Anu Duggal, a serial entrepreneur, F3 (Female Founders Fund) invests in women-led startups. This investment company backs up technologically driven women by building a network of like-minded female talent.  F3 invest in (a) Marketplaces where technology services connect buyers and sellers,  (b) Web Enabled Service operations enabled by location and mobile data, (c) Platforms where disruptive networks and communities get connected via technological solutions. (d) E-Commerce platforms where buyers directly connect to sellers. They are more into funding women who have previous experiences in working at companies like Amazon, Facebook, Google, Amazon, Gilt, Quidsi, Rent The Runway, and more.

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