GIBF's National Awards for Business Excellence! Appreciating and promoting MSMEs enterprises worldwide who stood firm and prospered even in tough times brought by the Covid-19 pandemic!
Global India Business Forum, an international business & entrepreneur networking support organization organized ‘The National Business Excellence Awards 2021’ at the Constitution Club of India, New Delhi. Present at the August events were a bevy of dignitaries of immense repute from across the spectrum including the National President of the Republican Party of India, and Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Shri Ramdas Athawale, and Ambassadors of these countries – Zimbabwe, Ecuador, Nigeria, Indonesia, Niger, Trinidad, and Tobago.
In their august presence, awards were distributed to over fifty entrepreneurs under varied categories whose credentials were scrutinized by GIBF’s panel of judges using stringent criterions. The primary motive of these awards, as also the event itself was to highlight the accomplishments of the entrepreneurs in the MSME sector who it is being predicted would carry the mantle of India’s industrialization and GDP to newer heights in days to come. These awards and their timing are pertinent as they highlight the sector’s tenacity towards growth even in the face of tough times like the present pandemic while bringing forth great products and services, and employment to youth from needy backgrounds.
Included among the awardees were fair shares of women entrepreneurs who despite obvious hindrances led their industrial units from the front. Also present were those whose efforts resonate the Hon’ble PM Narendra Modi’s clarion call of ‘Atmanirbhar’ and whose efforts shall surely make India self-reliant in critical areas in the future.
Hon’ble Union Minister Shri Ramdas Athawale was all praises for Global India Business Form and its award-giving initiative, which he said shall motivate and encourage businesses, especially in the MSME sector to perform to their best abilities despite situation including the Covid-10 pandemic. He was also appreciative of the presence of Ambassadors of Countries who were present on the occasion stating that this shall motivate small business, as also help them connect with those outside the country for further growth.
According to Dr. Jitendra Joshi, President of, Global India Business Forum, their aim would always remain the realization of the Government of India’s dream of creating a prosperous, self-reliant, and progressive India which. ‘We shall constantly strive towards our aim of supporting and highlighting the work of India’s MSME sector- even when times are difficult’ he said.