Pune, 15th January 2024: The Brahmin Industrial and Traders Organization (BITO), run by the All India Brahmin Federation, was inaugurated on Sunday evening at the Shantai Hotel.
The event witnessed the presence of distinguished personalities including Cosmos Bank Chairman Milind Kale, MSME (Mumbai) Chairman Abhay Daftardar, Janata Bank Director Abhay Mate, and entrepreneurs from the ‘Abhi Group’ – Jitendra Joshi, Abhishek Joshi, Milind Tare, Manoj Tare, and Mahendra Manerikar.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by all office bearers of the All India Brahmin Federation, directors of the ‘Brahmin Industrial and Traders Organisation,’ and the board members of both credit institutions affiliated with the federation. Women District President Vidya Ghatwai and Dr Aarti Kulkarni moderated the event, with the Director of ‘The Brahmin Industrial and Traders Organisation proposing the vote of thanks.
Milind Kale, Chairman of Cosmos Bank, emphasized the significance of entrepreneurs understanding the economics of their industries from the outset. He spoke at the entrepreneur’s meeting organized to inaugurate BITO, highlighting the importance of doing business with a strategic approach. Abhay Daftardar, Chairman of MSME, discussed the benefits of government support for MSMEs and encouraged youth to leverage these opportunities.
Abhay Mate, Director of Janata Bank, provided insights into what banks look for when granting loans and emphasized the principles of business banking. Other speakers included Abhishek Joshi, a Young President, who stressed the importance of the second generation in business, and Jitendra Joshi of ‘Abhi Group,’ who encouraged expanding businesses globally with the support of the Global India Business Forum.
Trustee Manoj Tare elucidated the mission and policies of the All India Brahmin Federation, while Aditi Joshi provided insights into the mission and policies of ‘The Brahmin Industrial and Traders Organisation.’ The event also saw the release of the book ‘History of 500 Years Battle of Shri Ram Mandir’ by the dignitaries.