Tajurba, a multifaceted platform for MSME community trade, training, and networking with a Gurgaon base, raised its first round of private placement capital and raised $100,000.
With the money raised, the organisation will broaden its geographic reach and work closely with MSMEs in tier II towns and cities. They also have future plans to create a unique mentorship and coaching wing for female entrepreneurs, as per reported by Entrepreneur.com.
“Tajurba’s mission is to offer learning, empowerment, and business growth to startups and SMEs. Its vision is to connect ten million job creators, SMEs, startups, and professionals, therefore establishing an ecosystem and support networks for entrepreneurs. We wish to assist the country’s startups and MSMEs by preparing them for growth, skilling and training them for holistic development and personal growth, and scaling up mindset,” said Dr. Suresh Mansharamani, co-founder, Tajurba.
Tajurba, a platform for company owners, inventors, and professionals, was established in 2017 by Suresh and Uma Mansharamani. It offers opportunities for networking, business growth, learning, personal development, and other things.
Over 2000 business owners across the nation currently receive assistance from the company. According to a statement from the company, they have trained and skilled 2000 people in addition to offering free seminars to more than 15000 business owners and entrepreneurs.
Suresh Mansharamani and Uma Mansharamani created Tajurba in 2017. Eagles, the first chapter, debuted on December 13 in Gurgaon, Haryana. Since then, it has experienced exponential growth.