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CII has set up CII COVID-19 CODE and CII COVID - 19 rehabilitation and relief pool fund to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) and society from the impact of disruptions caused by coronavirus.
CII members will dedicate their plant facilities to help scale up manufacture and availability of essential goods and equipment needed to deal with the medical emergency like ventilators, sanitisers, essential drugs, medical services, etc., on a no-profit basis, and build a cadre of volunteers for public service the CII CODE advocates.
The Invest India Business Immunity Platform is designed as a comprehensive resource to help businesses and investors get real-time updates on India’s active response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). This dynamic and constantly updating platform keeps a regular track on developments in the control of the virus, provides the latest information on various central and state government initiatives, gives access to special provisions, and answers and resolves queries through emails and on WhatsApp.
They have also created a unified platform to bring together key Government stakeholders, industry champions and logistic providers to identify and fill the demand-supply shortages in the supplies required to combat COVID-19.
Catalogue of suppliers for critical health & safety and medical equipment for COVID-19
Business Continuity Planning (BCP) toolkit aims to help businesses become pre-emptive in their decision-making to protect business continuity and build enterprise resilience. The toolkit is relevant for organisations of all sizes, and from every sector, it is built specifically for MSMEs, Startups, Proprietors, and other small businesses.
Nodal Officers from CBIC Customs Zones/Formations for facilitating Customs clearances amidst the Covid-19 crisis.
A marketplace to connect medical equipment manufacturers with Electronics spare/component/machinery suppliers. Now on Google Play store. Download for free and connect to businesses that need your supply. The app platform allows interaction, exchange of part numbers and pictures of critical parts; spares and components across buyers, sellers and distributors.
As the only international organization fully dedicated to supporting the competitiveness of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), the International Trade Centre is closely following how the pandemic is affecting MSMEs with a particular focus on those small businesses in developing countries. On this site, they are providing insights and guidance to small businesses searching for ways to cope with the operational stress generated by COVID-19. This will also be a useful resource for business support organizations and policymakers assisting MSMEs in these efforts.
This page monitors temporary trade measures enacted by government authorities in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, which is rapidly spreading across the world.
Governments are swiftly enacting temporary trade measures that aim to restrict exports of vital medical supplies and to liberalize imports of vital medical supplies.
Due to the rapid development of this extraordinary situation, they are providing a global daily update of enacted COVID-19 trade measures. The objective of this initiative is to improve transparency in international trade and market access in line with the mission of Market Access Map.
The Scheme under Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana (PMGKY) for the upfront benefit to the Employers having employment up to 100 and whose 90% of the employees were getting wages less than 15000 has been issued.
Google wants to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) stay in touch with their customers during this challenging time. That’s why they’re giving their SMB customers worldwide $340 million in ad credits, which can be used towards future ad spend, until the end of 2020 across Google Ads platforms. This is part of a larger commitment from Google to support SMBs, health organizations and governments, and health workers on the frontline of this global pandemic.
Small and medium sized businesses globally, who have spent with a Google Ads account in ten out of twelve months of 2019, and in January and/or February of this year. Eligible customers are those who advertised directly with Google or through a partner, and adhere to their advertising policies.