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Nestle to train street vendors along with NASVI, FDA Goa

 PTI |  2016-11-03 22:05:25.0  |  New Delhi

Nestle to train street vendors along with NASVI, FDA Goa

Nestle India has joined hands with Food and Drugs Administration, Goa and National Association of Street Food Vendors of India (NASVI) to train 500 street vendors in the state.

This will be a CSR participation for Nestle India in coordination with NASVI and will be later expanded to about 1,000 vendors in the coming months, according to a statement.

The training would be conducted by NASVI and will comprise subjects such as health, hygiene, food handling, waste disposal and entrepreneurship and the participants will be certified at the end of the training, it added.

Emeritus Institute, MIT Sloan Exec Education launch new course 

Emeritus Institute of Management in collaboration with MIT Sloan Executive Education will launch a course on intelligent teams and networks.

The course - Intelligent Teams and Networks: Communication and collaboration in the digital age - would commence on November 21, 2016.

The four week certificate programme has been designed to empower larger organisations to increase idea flow, team engagement, collaboration and innovation.

Candidates with over five years of work experience as on November 1, 2016 can apply for the course. 

The last date for applying for this course is November 20, 2016.

Equitas Small Fin Bank ropes in R Ashwin as brand ambassador 

Equitas Small Finance Bank has roped in Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin as its brand ambassador.

“Equitas is a new age bank which seeks to provide high tech banking, where the customer enjoys the banking experience and Ashwin is a high performer who gives joy to spectators. We believe each complement the other and look forward to a long association,” Equitas Small Finance Bank MD and CEO P N Vasudevan said in a statement. 

“It is indeed a proud moment for me to get associated with Equitas Small Finance Bank which is working in sync with Prime minister’s mission of banking the masses. I love their vision of empowering 5 per cent of Indian households through financial inclusion in next 10 years,” the 30-year old premier off-spinner said.

Essel Infraprojects appoints Ashutosh Agarwala as CFO 

Essel Infraprojects (EIL) has appointed Ashutosh Agarwala as its new Chief Financial Officer.

Agarwala will be instrumental in screening and examining acquisition opportunities, identify new business prospects, raise long term funds for the Group companies and conduct comprehensive business diagnosis, the company said in a statement  on Wednesday

“His expertise in corporate finance and M&A, as well as his depth of knowledge of the banking and infrastructure industry, will be a significant asset to our business over the coming years,” EIL CEO Ashok Agarwal said. 

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