Government and new enterprises in Goa to join forces, under the new start-up policy.
The new start-up policy drafted for Goa will help the state to refine governance with a targeted and novel approach of new companies. The revised scheme is being designed to encourage new start-ups in the state to come forward and share their ideas with the government, extending their services to improve administration here. This will not only lead to an impeccable civic system but also culture a new landscape to develop businesses in Goa.
A policy for the benefit of all!
The new start-up policy will be outlined on the basis of the recommendations received by IT professionals. While attending a function at the Atal Incubation Centre, Goa Institute of Management, Goa's CM informed the media that he would personally hold a meeting with the Goa IT Minister to review the final draft of the new policy. Presently, the government is deliberating on how to make the new scheme amiable for new ventures.
With Goa's existent start-up policy lapsing in March, the state has decided to launch the new strategy from April. According to the cabinet head, this policy decision will ease administrative projects as it embodies the scope of involving new companies. While companies usually flourish due to Government support, the CM highlighted that new start-ups here will turn the tables, smoothening the tasks of the governance and making it more efficient.
He also commented that the government can benefit greatly from the expertise and novelty of new companies post-COVID. This collaboration will bring coordination on several levels and will be a big step forwards towards the development of the state economy.