The official was in the national capital to sign the pact with India SME Forum.
“The experts will educate the women entrepreneurs of the SME segment on rules related to export, help them identity markets for their products, packaging etc.,” Lane said.
The company will initially train 500 women and later plans to expand the programme later, she said.
Post-pandemic, women-owned businesses have increased in India, Laura said, adding that taking them to export markets will help in their economic empowerment.
“Many women have started their businesses in India, but due to various reasons, they may not find the right market for their products. With this programme, we aim to help to explore markets for their products and increase their reach,” she said.