RebelCorp to Design Unique Export Website Templates for 30,000 MSME Members at EIFE

RebelCorp to Design Unique Export Website Templates for 30,000 MSME Members at EIFE

New Delhi, January 10 (KNN) The Federation of Indian Export Organizations (FIEO) has partnered with RebelCorp, a digital platform provider that offers DIY tools for businesses and individuals.

Thanks to this pact, more than 30,000 MSMEs associated with this exporting body will be able to create and manage their websites with unique templates without coding.

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

Commenting on the partnership Akash Chaturvedi, Founder and CEO of RebelCorp, said: “We will organize exclusive website templates for the exporting members of the EIFE, while considering the idea that their products should be marketed in the international market which will require integrated email. trade module to very heavily subsidized subscription plans.

He added that it is exciting to be part of this journey to help over 30,000 IBEF members help them create their own presence in the digital world.

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

The Exporters’ Organization will also invite RebelCorp to organize dedicated workshops and training programs for member exporters to encourage them to easily own and manage their own website, said Sujata Uchil, EIFE Western Region Manager. .

While $ 103 billion in exports were recorded in the October-December quarter, along with merchandise exports of about $ 300 billion, with an increase of about 49% in the fiscal year 22 From April to December, MSME exports fell more than 7 percent in FY21 compared to a 1.8 percent decline in FY20. The FY21 and FY20 data was shared by Minister of State for Trade and Industry Anupriya Patel to Rajya Sabha in December 2021.

The share of MSMEs in India’s total exports has hovered around 49 percent for the past three to four years. The government intends to increase it to 60 percent by fiscal year 25.

Daniel L. Vasquez