A pre-paid tax account, 2% turnover tax, and free filing software are some radical suggestions that IBMA president Ajit Garg has to offer the government when it comes to talk about GST. We sat down with Garg to get his take on how GST has performed, what has been its impact on the bath fittings
IBMA president Ajit Garg, who is also its founding member, wants to make small bath fitting manufacturers organised enough so that they can face up to Indian corporates and multinationals of the industry. De-reservation of the bath fittings industry has opened up floodgates of competition for us, since now large Indian corporates as well as
IBMA’s third AGM showed the resolve of SMEs to get organised and become technologically competitive The Indian Bath Manufacturers Association (IBMA) held its third Annual General Meeting in New Delhi on 5th May. The event, which also included a technical seminar and exhibition of component suppliers, was attended by over 250 members of the fraternity.