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RebelCorp to design unique export website templates for 30,000 MSME members at FIEO

Updated: Jan 10, 2022 07:25:04am

RebelCorp to design unique export website templates for 30,000 MSME members at FIEO

New Delhi, 10 Jan (KNN) The Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) has collaborated with RebelCorp which is a digital platform provider that offers do-it-yourself (DIY) tools for businesses and individuals. 

Through this pact, more than 30,000 MSMEs associated with this exporter’s body will be able to create and manage their websites having unique templates without coding.

This partnership comes as an action for the arising need for a digital presence of MSMEs’ due to the situation posed by Covid. 

Commenting on the partnership Akash Chaturvedi, Founder and CEO, RebelCorp said, “We will be curating exclusive website templates for the exporter members of FIEO, while considering the idea that their products are to be marketed in the international market which will need integrated e-commerce module at very highly subsidised subscription plans.”

He further said, it is a thrilling to be a part of this journey to help more than 30,000 members of FIEO in helping them create their own presence in the digital world. 

The partnership would facilitate individuals and MSMEs including the new exporters, enterprises and artisans have an online digital presence with the tools needed to do business in today’s market environment at a very affordable cost and without having any technical or coding knowledge with the help of RebelCorp’s no code, all-in-one website builder, FIEO said. 

The exporters’ body will also invite RebelCorp to organise dedicated workshops and training programs for member exporters to encourage them to own and manage their own website with ease, said Sujata Uchil, Western Region Head, FIEO.

While USD 103 billion exports were witnessed during October-December Quarter along with merchandise exports of about USD 300 billion with an increase of around 49 per cent during April-December FY22, the MSME exports had dropped over 7 per cent in FY21 vis-a-vis 1.8 per cent drop in FY20. The FY21 and FY20 data were shared by Minister of State for Commerce and Industry ministry Anupriya Patel in Rajya Sabha in December 2021. 

The share of MSMEs’ in India’s total exports has been hovering around 49 per cent since the past three-four financial years. The government intends to increase it to 60 per cent by FY25.


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