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    Published On : Mon, Oct 26th, 2015
    Business News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    NVCC organized an interactive meeting with Kishor Dave

    NVCC Kishor Dave
    Nagpur:
    Nag Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce (NVCC) organized an interactive meeting with Kishor Dave, Sub Editor in “Mumbai Samachar,” Asia’s oldest daily newspaper, who is writing editorial on various subjects like economic, town planning, political scenario and also giving training in soft skills e.g. time management, conflict management etc.

    At the outset Prakash Mehadia, President of the Chamber gave floral welcome toKishor Dave & requested him to address the members of trading community.

    E-commerce trade, cut throat competition by international giant like Amazon and Snapdeal, Flipkart etc have been serious threat for the retailers. Traditional business has changed drastically. All imports should be tracked to know where ultimately the material has gone. Please don’t trouble our traders. Government policies should be reconsidered to save the agriculture economy.

    Inflation in food pricing is affecting consumers. India is a rich country where natural resources are available in ample. Online business is here to stay. Nobody felt anything & everyone enjoyed the discounts. Now it’s our turn to face the music of online industry, the mantra is changed & adopt according to times or you will be finished. Don’t expect market to be kind to you & push back technology & innovation to suitor selfish needs. If we want to stop these online portals to selling products at least in India then we have to pressurize government to impose one additional tax on these online transaction or sales through online portal. One additional tax should be there on online selling portals by which there selling cost will get increased.

    Technology and means and ways of business are changing rapidly. No one can stop it. First malls and now online trade. Even medicines and drugs are now available online. Unless we create a pressure at national level to protect the interest of retailers we can’t survive.

    Good governess is expected from the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We cannot change our rulers but we can change the way they rule us. Education, Vision, guidance & teaching in current scenario is the need of the hour. “Convert adversities in to opportunities”

    Sarvashri Nilesh Suchak, Past President, Ajay Madan, Vice President & Manoj Laturiya raised various subjects on the occasion.

    Prices of onion & turdal have flared up because of hoarding. It appears that there is total policy paralysis. The governance is not to address the issue but create panic. Let government disclose item wise breakup of seized material.

    During discussion Mayur Panchmatiya, IPP of the Chamber told Kishor Dave that “Pen is mightier than sword,” Media can play a vital role in present changing scenario. E-commerce is inescapable, it is a challenge to our retailers whose young generation has potential to overcome it, it is a hard struggle.

    Viren Chandak compered the programme & Arjundas Ahuja, Vice President gave introduction & Shabbar Shakir, Jt. Secretary proposed vote of thanks.

    Prominent present were Sarvashri Nilesh Suchak, Jagdish V. Bang, Mayur Panchmatiya, Past President, Ajay Madan, Arjundas Ahuja, Vice Presidents, Raju Vyas, Treasurer, Sachin Puniyani, Shabbar Shakir, Jt. Secretary, Chunibhai Shah, Ashok Sanghvi, Manoj Laturiya, Prabhakar Deshmukh, Shankar Sugandh, Viren Chandak, Suryakant Agrawal, M.R. Singhvi, Vijay Chandak & Jateen Shah, states in a press note issued by Sachin Puniyani, Jt. Secretary of Chamber.

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