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Google CEO Sundar Pichai Launches Digital Unlocked Training Program for Indian SMEs

Google CEO Sundar Pichai Launches Digital Unlocked Training Program for Indian SMEs :- Sundar Pichai who is the CEO  of Google Inc.,  hosts an event related to Technology in New Delhi today with its prime focus on Small and Medium Enterprises(SMEs) in India. Besides many senior executives from Google, our Information and Technology minister – Ravi Shankar Prasad will also be attending the session.

Sundar Pichai has announced a Digital Training program for Indian SMBs in Delhi. The Digital Training Program can help the small and medium businesses go digital and can be worked on the mobile phones and desktops.

Google CEO said that with the internet, even a small business can become large.

Pichai justified his statement by taking an example of Walnut app. Pichai talked about how large the company has grown after demonetization and increased its users base from 2 million to 5 million. Pichai said that Google has come up with a training course called Digital Unlocked.

He shared that over 5000 workshops have been planned for the Digital Unlocked Training program in which any small business can sign up. Sundar Pichai also spoke about the “My Business” tool that can help the small business set up their own website that can operate on the mobile phone and desktop. The Digital Training Programme that he announced will be running in partnership with PICCI.

Pichai explained the Digital Unlocked Platform and said that this platform is an online learning program for startups and SMEs. It will be a certification course from Google in association with Indian School of Business, Hyderabad.

The latest announcement of the training program from Google is in sync with the Start Up India initiative and Digital Indian Campaign of the Government. Google CEO Sundar Pichai arrived in India just before the beginning of the New Year on a holiday trip. There will be some announcements made with special focus on digitalizing the small businesses and startups.

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