Local artisans, weavers, hawkers and vendors are no longer merely road-side sellers; economists call them micro and nano entrepreneurs. India is home to millions of these entrepreneurs that can be found at almost every nook and corner of our streets and villages. While, they may not be a part of an organised sector but they make significant contribution to local businesses and the economy. There are also many other business ventures that operate out of a room in the house or a small local shop. As the country marches towards its larger vision of digital India, it is important that these nano entrepreneurs are included in the digital map and learn how to connect to a bigger online market. Therefore, it is crucial to train them in relevant skills and training to grow their businesses.