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BSE listed firms to get access to buyers globally

May 20, 2021

BSE listed firms to get access to buyers globally

BSE on Wednesday partenered together with business-to-business information provider Dun and Bradstreet Information Services India to help the forthcoming and as of now recorded small and medium enterprises and start-ups on BSE SME and Startups paltforms.

As per the tie-up, reported by Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) on Wednesday, SMEs and start-ups will gain access to D&B’s answers for assemble their believability both locally and universally, find and access expected purchasers and colleagues, and get tweaked preparing and certificate projects to help better explore through business challenges.

D&B will likewise share its SME information base and customers with BSE for last to make aware among SMEs and start-ups about the advantages of posting. BSE turned into the primary stock trade to get endorsement from SEBI and had launched its SME platform on March 13, 2012. So far 337 organizations recorded on the BSE SME Platform have raised Rs 3,498 crore from the market while the all-out market cap of 337 organizations as of May 12, 2021, remained at Rs 25,137 Crore.

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