What We Do

udyaME is a one of a kind digital platform that caters to the needs and aspirations of micro-entrepreneurs.
Envisioned as a Virtual Village, it helps bridging the information gap and enhance your capacities
through
Campus, build new networks through Chaupal, and access high value markets through Bazaar.

Campus

Visit our “Virtual Entrepreneurship University” and start your journey towards self-reliance.

 

Chaupal

Get the latest information and connect with our partners to help your enterprise grow.

 

Bazaar

Showcase products and get in touch with customers at our e-marketplace.

 
What We Do
udyaME is a one of a kind digital platform that caters to needs and aspirations of a micro-entrepreneur. Envisioned as a Virtual Village, it helps entrepreneurs to bridge information gaps and enhance their capacities through Campus , build new networks through Chaupal and access high value markets through Bazaar.

Pragya Devi, E-Rickshaw (Services)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

“I first got enchanted with riding bikes at sixteen - it gave me a sense of independence I always dreamt of. I turned my passion into an award winning venture which is not only supporting my family but also providing safe transport services for school going girls.”

Munni Devi, Sanitary Napkin (Retail)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

"My customers have increased since I started implementing my new business model, which partners with other healthcare workers to reach more villages. I feel a great sense of satisfaction knowing my work is making better products available for young girls and women of my community."

Narendra Kushwaha, Tailoring (Services)

Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

“I have always wanted to work for myself. My enterprise, ‘New Fashion Lucky Men’s Tailor’ is a part of my ‘pehchaan’ (recognition). It reflects quality and precision – the two things I value most.”

Prabha Devi, Tailoring (Services)

Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh

“In my village, girls often learn various skills, like tailoring, but rarely get a chance to play a lead role in contributing to their family’s income. I am so proud of setting up my enterprise, ‘Vaishnavi Silai Centre’, against all odds. I am also proud of the other emerging women entrepreneurs around me – together, we are challenging patriarchal norms.”

Pratap Singh, Information Kiosk (Services)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

"The success of the endeavor is the first step towards achieving my dream of setting up a computer training center for young boys and girls in my community. I want to provide them the opportunity to connect globally from my small town"

Santosh Vishwakarma, Vehicle Repair (Services)

Niwari, Madhya Pradesh

“When I was in school, I did not have enough to have two square meals or even buy toys. But my three children go to school and have comfortable lives now, which would not have been possible if not for my enterprise."

Gulshan Bind, Information Kiosk (Services)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

“I did not feel like applying for jobs in the city after completing my studies. I wanted to stay in my village and guide other people, especially youth like me, in accessing reliable information. I believe reliable information is powerful enough to connect and match my village to the cities.”

Kranti Bharti, Women Care Products (Retail)

Jhansi, Madhya Pradesh

In a strict caste-based rules of 'honour', Kranti wanted women to have their own little space to buy trinkets, makeup, and cosmetics. 'Anshika Bangles Store' is almost like a small sanctuary in an oppressive environment that they all endure.

Saroj Devi, Container Manufacturer (Handicrafts)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

"I am glad to be a manufacturer of sweet boxes in India - a country that has festivals every month."

Pragya Devi, E-Rickshaw (Services)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

“I first got enchanted with riding bikes at sixteen - it gave me a sense of independence I always dreamt of. I turned my passion into an award winning venture which is not only supporting my family but also providing safe transport services for school going girls.”

Munni Devi, Sanitary Napkin (Retail)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

"My customers have increased since I started implementing my new business model, which partners with other healthcare workers to reach more villages. I feel a great sense of satisfaction knowing my work is making better products available for young girls and women of my community."

Narendra Kushwaha, Tailoring (Services)

Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

“I have always wanted to work for myself. My enterprise, ‘New Fashion Lucky Men’s Tailor’ is a part of my ‘pehchaan’ (recognition). It reflects quality and precision – the two things I value most.”

Prabha Devi, Tailoring (Services)

Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh

“In my village, girls often learn various skills, like tailoring, but rarely get a chance to play a lead role in contributing to their family’s income. I am so proud of setting up my enterprise, ‘Vaishnavi Silai Centre’, against all odds. I am also proud of the other emerging women entrepreneurs around me – together, we are challenging patriarchal norms.”

Pratap Singh, Information Kiosk (Services)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

"The success of the endeavor is the first step towards achieving my dream of setting up a computer training center for young boys and girls in my community. I want to provide them the opportunity to connect globally from my small town"

Santosh Vishwakarma, Vehicle Repair (Services)

Niwari, Madhya Pradesh

“When I was in school, I did not have enough to have two square meals or even buy toys. But my three children go to school and have comfortable lives now, which would not have been possible if not for my enterprise."

Gulshan Bind, Information Kiosk (Services)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

“I did not feel like applying for jobs in the city after completing my studies. I wanted to stay in my village and guide other people, especially youth like me, in accessing reliable information. I believe reliable information is powerful enough to connect and match my village to the cities.”

Kranti Bharti, Women Care Products (Retail)

Jhansi, Madhya Pradesh

In a strict caste-based rules of 'honour', Kranti wanted women to have their own little space to buy trinkets, makeup, and cosmetics. 'Anshika Bangles Store' is almost like a small sanctuary in an oppressive environment that they all endure.

Saroj Devi, Container Manufacturer (Handicrafts)

Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh

"I am glad to be a manufacturer of sweet boxes in India - a country that has festivals every month."

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