GJEPC promotes digital services, increased dialogue with banks

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The Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council recently carried out training on digital export gateway eSANCHIT and organised an interactive session with ICICI Bank to promote dialogue with exporters.

The GJEPC is working to digitise the jewellery export industry for increased confidence and compliance - GJEPC- India- Facebook

On January 7, the GJEPC completed its third phase of its eSANCHIT training programme in its Mumbai head office, the organisation announced on its website. The session trained managers from 14 businesses on how to get the best out of the eSANCHIT gateway by submitting all supporting documents for clearance of their export consignments electronically. The scheme is intended to increase ease of doing business in the jewellery sector.
The training is part of the GJEPC’s plan to make the jewellery export industry more transparent, self-sufficient, and professional. Achieving this should lead to increased exports and increased confidence, according to the GJEPC’s website.

On January 8, the GJEPC’s Delhi Office held an interactive session between its member exporters from the region and a delegation from ICICI Bank. The session allowed exporters to voice concerns about difficulties faced when dealing with banks. The GJEPC’s regional chairman Ashok Seth stressed the importance of dialogue between banks and jewellers at the gathering and ICICI Bank’s regional head Pankaj Singh made a presentation and promised to resolve the issues raised by the participating exporters.

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