Mangaluru: ICAI addresses MSMEs, startups on International MSME Day

Media Release

Mangaluru, Jun 28: On the occasion of International MSME Day on June 27, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) in association with FICCI, KCCI and AIC Nitte conducted a programme that was live-streamed through the Zoom platform.

This programme witnessed the presence of B Yogish Acharya, general manager of Canara Bank, Mangaluru circle as the esteemed chief guest.

DR AP Achar, CEO, AIC, Nitte, Isaac Vas, president of KCCI Mangaluru, CA Subrahmanya Kamath, chairman of ICAI, Mangaluru, CA Prassana Shenoy, secretary of ICAI, Mangaluru were also present during the inaugural function.

The programme included a webinar on 'Funding options, schemes and incentives for MSMEs & Startups' by eminent resource persons, CA Ullas Kamath, chairman of FICCI, Karnataka State Council and CA S S Nayak, immediate past chairman of ICAI, Mangaluru, which was also joined by Dr A P Achar.

The webinar addressed various kinds of audiences like MSME and startup businesses, KCCI and FICCI members, professionals, students and many more. It emphasized the role of MSMEs in nation-building.

Dignitaries like CA Abdur Rehman Musba, CA Gautham Pai and CA Ananthapadmanabha K were also present. CA Muralidhar Shenoy rendered a prayer, CA M N Pai was the host and moderator of the programme.


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