It is wonderful when a dream becomes reality. The continuous efforts in spreading the Joy of Safe ePayments are bearing fruit.
August 15th has been designated “LessCash’, Day by as Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT).
Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), an association of unorganised businessmen, will be holding a 40-day campaign to promote electronic payments, said a press release issued by the organisation.
CAIT has adopted a Resolution at the All India Traders Conclave held April 4 – 6 in New Delhi, India by all Officers and Members Present.
The highlights of the Resolution are:
Be it “Resolved” that CAIT passes and support the resolution for #tradersagainstcash to drive the shared CAIT/government vision of a ‘Less Cash Digital India’
On July 7th, 2016 Arun Jaitley released the CAIT’s 40-day ‘less cash’ campaign road map.
Why 15th August?
01) National Holiday
02) All normal banking channels closed
03) NPCI Immediate Payment Service(IMPS) will be open
04) Campaigns can be built around the day
Look forward to continuous posts in the run up to into India’s first official ‘LessCash’ Day
This Robin Sharma’s article has helped me to stay focus on my journey
My earlier Posts on this specific subject:
National eTransactions Day Logo - Published on November 8, 2015
National eTransactions Day-The Curtain Raiser - Published on November 3, 2015
Should India unveil National eLitreacy Day? - Published on September 8, 2015