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Facebook available on Jio smartphone from today

Mumbai:  Starting today, Facebook will be available on the JioPhone, India ka smartphone. This new version of the Facebook app is built specially for Jio KaiOS, a web based operating system designed for JioPhone, so that its users get the best experience of Facebook. This will open up Facebook for potential 50 crore feature phone users in India. The Facebook App can be downloaded from the ‘JioAppStore’ on the JioPhone by all existing and new JioPhone users. The new Facebook app for JioPhone offers a comprehensive Facebook experience, allowing people to connect with people who matter most. It supports push notifications, video, and links to external content. The app is also optimized to successfully accommodate the cursor function on JioPhone and delivers a best-in-class performance for Facebook’s most popular features, such as News Feed and Photos.

 

Phorum’s diamond jewellery exhibition-cum-sale

PANAJI: Phorum the trusted name in diamonds and gold jewellery will be organising its jewellery exhibition cum sale at Margao Nanutel Hotel at Chandni Hall on February 18 and 19.  Its traditional as well as contemporary designs of earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets will be on display at Hotel Mandovi, Panaji on February 21 and 22. The exhibition will be open at the venues from 11 am to 8 pm. Before the exhibition which commences on February 18, Phorum Jewels is sponsoring the Mrs Gomantak Talent & Beauty Contest 2018 on February 17 from 4 pm onwards at Dinanath Mangeshwar Natyamandir, Kala Academy, Panaji. NT

 

Study to improve MF penetration among investors

MUMBAI: Foundation of Independent Financial Advisors (FIFA) and Final Mile Consulting are proud to unveil their study, “An Examination of Indian Mutual Fund Investor’s Awareness 2018: A roadmap to improve mutual fund penetration among Indian investors” for the mutual fund investor fraternity. The study aims to improve retail penetration in Indian MFs by understanding the (i) Quality of awareness among potential and existing investors, (ii) Barriers to engaging with mutual funds and the role of regulations and (iii) Role of communication and intermediaries in influencing decisions related to investment in mutual funds. The study used learnings from behaviour science to understand Indian MF investors. This study reveals four distinct behaviour segments of investors in the Indian MFs. The segmentation is a function of Investors Income and Responsibility (Financial Dependents). These play an important role in their motivation to engage with Mutual Funds. The four distinct segmentation are viz Deficit Frame Investors, Surplus Investors.

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