" The initial slope for women entrepreneurs is steeper than their counterparts, due to the multiple hats they continue to wear, which is why initial handholding in capability building and financing is critical. Creditree aims to do just that, support them in their initial entrepreneurial journey, through a combination of advisory and financing. Having the right partners like CashSuvidha with similar goals is a big thrust for us in this direction.”
Himanshu Bansal, Associate Partner, Intellecap
CashSuvidha helps women entrepreneurs to raise un-secured business loans of up to Rs 3 Lakhs and then secured loans upto 10 lakhs. In both the Rural & Urban areas, they are providing loans of upto Rs 50,000 for small businesses or any type of income generation activities. They have also joined hands with Intellecap to support access to finance for Women Entrepreneurship as a part of the Creditree project.
“Women Empowerment is a way forward for any progressive society. Credit Tree from Intellecap is taking a significant step by providing loans to budding women entrepreneurs. We are proud to be associated with this initiative, which is also in line with our business objective.” Rajesh Gupta CEO , CashSuvidha
Creditree, an initiative of Intellecap is a web-based platform aimed at improving access to formal and simplified access to finance for women entrepreneurs running micro, small and medium businesses (MSMEs) in India.
As you know, Intellecap is also enabling a series of articles with Business World Disrupt around India in 2050. The partnership which started as a four article series, bi-monthly, will now be a full year article series, thereby giving us more opportunity to showcase our knowledge and expertise. So far we have covered the Future of Food, Health, Work and Cities. The next article, the fifth one in the series, is the “Future of Rural Prosperity” co-authored by Manish Shankar and Yoshita Arora, which will be released next week