We are delighted to announce our relationship with Women Who Win Foundation (WWW) to promote women-owned micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) in India. The organizations hope to solve a significant issue that many women business owners in the nation face through their collaboration: access to financing. The alliance seeks to help women company owners access financial inclusion and guide them through the frequently challenging loan application process so they may obtain the funding they require to expand and prosper. To help these female entrepreneurs flourish, WWW and DigiAlly will collaborate to give simple access to both secured and unsecured financing.
The alliance will be formally introduced this month at a gathering in Mumbai, with intentions to spread throughout India in the following months. The inauguration of this project represents a significant step in the right direction for the economic empowerment of women business owners in the nation.
We are addressing one of society’s most significant issues by making it easier for MSMEs to acquire financing. Our collaboration with WWW is a sign of our dedication to one of India’s most potential growth sectors, women-owned small and medium-sized enterprises. Shrikant Patil, CEO of DigiAlly, urged anyone motivated by this cause to join us in this movement.
Simmi Bhasin, the founder of the Women Who Win Foundation, said: “I really think that women entrepreneurs are the actual power and the future; if given simple financial access, they can create wonders. By enabling women to design their own journeys, the Women Who Win Foundation (WWW) seeks to enhance the lives of women. In order to give MSMEs a name, the fintech company DigiAlly operates throughout India, Singapore, and the Philippines. DigiAlly is passionate about giving MSMEs access to credit.