Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has launched a resource and information portal for small businesses.
Meta’s ‘Grow Your Business Hub’ portal is a one-stop shop for MSMEs looking for relevant information, tools, and resources tailored to their specific needs as they progress through their growth cycle.
On Tuesday, Meta (previously Facebook) announced the opening of the ‘Grow Your Business Hub,’ a one-stop shop for micro, small, and medium companies (MSMEs) to obtain relevant information, tools, and resources tailored to their specific growth goals.
The statement was made at the inaugural ‘Grow Your Enterprise Summit,’ an event focusing on India’s small and medium business growth agenda (SMB). Millions of small businesses use the Meta apps every month to start their online journeys and grow their businesses, according to a statement. In India alone, 15 million small businesses use WhatsApp to start their online journeys and grow their businesses.
These firms are increasingly able to reach a global audience thanks to Facebook and Instagram, with more than 300 million individuals liking or following an Indian small business page on Facebook, according to the report.
Indians have posted over 1.2 million photos and comments on Instagram in the last three months to show their support for small businesses and buying local.
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In India, more than half a million small companies have added a WhatsApp number, a phone number, or an email address to their bio, or are urging clients to contact them directly via DM (direct message).
The ‘Grow Your Business Playbook’ was also unveiled during the event, with the goal of inspiring and equipping early-stage firms to begin their travels on Meta’s apps. The first edition of the playbook is targeted at assisting small businesses in setting up offline to online journeys and driving online sales throughout the COVID-19 era and beyond.