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Budget 2019: Govt should continue to promote digital narrative for financial inclusion, says start-up

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New Delhi, Jan 30 (KNN) The start-ups from digital sector have pinned hope that the government, in its Interim Budget 2019, continues to promote the digital narrative for financial inclusion.

“I believe that there is tremendous scope for us to embark on the  Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) innovation journey that is expected to create new industries whilst disrupting existing ways of doing business,” said Vijay Bobba Cofounder, Wizely.

He said, “The Government can certainly play a big role here; from encouraging investments to conducive policy making. I hope that the government sets into motion, policies for reduced regulatory supervision to enable start-ups to thrive.”

Wizely launched its first app in April 2018 to make saving effortless, fun and rewarding, giving every user the wonderful feeling of joy and guilt free achievement.

The launch of the Wizely app arose from observing the dichotomy of young India's poor financial management habits and burning desire for aspirational purchases.

After about a year of research, the app was launched in an endeavor to make aspirations attainable & affordable by simplifying the way Indians save through easy, transparent & mobile 1st financial products.

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