UAE-based IBMC to support Indian SMEs for overseas business

UAE-based IBMC International has taken the initiative to support India-based SMEs through its “SME Electronic Marketplace Trade Flow System”.

The virtual platform connects international companies from over 50 countries to do international business from their home countries.

SMEs of any category of business can list their brand and products on

IBMC also aims to support UAE-based registered companies for import / export trade and alleviate their current business challenges.

“Fund houses and international investors will have opportunities to invest through the secure trade flow system,” said Sajith Kumar, Managing Director and CEO of IBMC Group.

SME Economy platform transactions will only be done through credible and registered companies based in the United Arab Emirates, which have implemented IBMC’s trade protection strategies such as international due diligence, credit facilities, ‘trade credit insurance, guaranteed letters of credit and factoring facilities.

“India’s new business class and those starting their business in the UAE can also use this platform,” he said.

IBMC, along with the BSE Institute (BIL), has also taken the initiative to help SMEs and UAE-based businesses understand the emerging opportunities in the ‘electronic marketplace trade flow system’ and IPOs in international exchanges.

The BIL-IBMC center of excellence has announced an online foundation program on global stock markets and stock exchanges which will start from September 2021 on a virtual platform.

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