Budget 2021: Expectations of startups, salaried individuals, health and IT sectors from FM Nirmala Sitharaman
Where Budget 2020 was declared as an aspirational budget, Budget 2021 is expected to be an executionary one in view of economy-revival, as required after the worldwide pandemic took place in 2020
C-suite executives understand that leveraging new technologies can help their companies respond more agilely as market forces change.
We hope the union budget to announce suitable investments towards the digitization of the shipping and logistics sector, writes Sanjay Bhatia, Co-Founder, Freightwalla.
Considering the real estate sector is the second-largest employer in the country and directly or indirectly, accounts for about 10 per cent of the GDP, it deserves serious attention in the upcoming budget.
The budget 2021 must draw out bold policy interventions to strengthen digital infrastructure which will eventually help in digitising the overall economy.
Telecom industry continues to be financially stressed and we seek the support of the government to truly play our role as an enabler of horizontal growth and boost the nation’s economy.
In a hybrid banking model, financial institutions combine the brick and mortar physical banking approach with virtual banking.
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