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Platforms helping SMEs multi-fold their business growth

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The e-commerce industry in India is going to be worth USD 107 billion by 2020, reflecting the momentous opportunity available for Indian SMEs.

However, these small-scale ventures may not possess the same technical expertise or capital, as their well-established counterparts, in order to grow and promote their businesses.

By providing expert services and support, here's counting 5 brands that are contributing towards the success and growth of small businesses:

Vivriti Capital

Vivriti Capital is India's first tech-enabled online marketplace offering customised debt products to institutional clients within retail financial services and other non-financial services sectors. Headquartered in Chennai, Vivriti Capital was established with the objective of connecting capital markets' investors with institutions, small enterprises, and individuals to provide them with a comprehensive range of financial services in an efficient manner.


Shopmatic is an international e-commerce company that has been launched to help owners sell their products and services online. From developing a unique web store to listing businesses on marketplaces and social media channels and giving insights on how to sell online, Shopmatic helps owners manage the full spectrum of what is required to grow their businesses.


Paytm is India's largest leading payment gateway that offers comprehensive payment services for customer and merchants. They offer mobile payment solutions to over 7 million merchants and allow consumers to make seamless mobile payments from Cards, Bank Accounts and Digital Credit among others. They pioneered and are the leader of QR based mobile payments in India. With the launch of Paytm Payments Bank, they aim to bring banking and financial services to half-a-billion un-served and under-served Indians.


TCIEXPRESS is a specialist and leader in time-definite express delivery logistics services in India. Its unparalleled experience and deep domain-expertise enable it to offer customized solutions to express delivery, with its current 650 centers covering more than 40,000 locations.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Fri, September 28 2018. 11:09 IST