Microfinance

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Microfinance : 

Microfinance Jiwant kumar

“…these millions of small people with their millions of small pursuits can add up to create the biggest development wonder.” : 

“…these millions of small people with their millions of small pursuits can add up to create the biggest development wonder.”

Need of microfinance : 

Need of microfinance Microfinance is finance for the poor Informal sector Informal sector was very flexible but draconian interest rates, etc Commercial banks avoided microfinance because of high cost per transaction MFI brings best of both worlds Social upliftment.

Mohammad Yunus Bangladeshi Grameen Bank : 

Mohammad Yunus Bangladeshi Grameen Bank Made especially to poor people in emerging economies, these small business loans, averaging about $345 (€229), play a vital role in lifting millions of people out of poverty.

Microfinance in India : 

Microfinance in India Primary form - Self Help Groups (SHGs) Group of 10 people, create pool of resources Advance loans to each other from pool (without collateral) Loans recovered due to peer pressure and group responsibility

State wise Distribution : 

State wise Distribution

Benefits of MICROFINACE : 

Benefits of MICROFINACE Lower defaulters Minimum NPA for these firms Individuals learn to save Greater access to credit Lower transaction cost for banks due to group dealing Higher recovery rates allows lower interest rates Life style of people in rural area are improved Empowerment of women

New service : 

New service Microfinance in urban India. Poor household and labour. Vendors

Slide 10: 

Spread the happiness in society by helping poor to create wealth !

Challenge for service : 

Challenge for service Whose small sums are being converted and where do they come from? Who receives the large sums and how are they used? How is the conversion done, by whom and what are the implications for relationships between them? What are the costs of conversion and who benefits from them? How we standardised this service?

Idea generation : 

Idea generation Product development Service blue print Service flower

Service : 

Service

Slide 14: 

Customer Action Line of visibility Line of internal interaction

Slide 15: 

Core product C O N S U L T A T I O n COLLECTION O R D E R T A K I N G C O N S E N T I N T R O D U C T I O N D O C U M E N T A T I O N S A F E K E E P I N G R E M I N D I N G P A Y M E N T R E P A Y M E N T

Service - line length : 

Service - line length Two -way stretch. Service – line feature Loans and Investment option.

Market segmentation : 

Market segmentation Differentiation Marketing.

Slide 20: 

Small vendor in urban area male/ female

Positioning strategy : 

Positioning strategy Service attribute Service benefit Service user positioning

Strategic options to counter challenge : 

Strategic options to counter challenge

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