The paints manufacturing industry in Anand, Gujarat, needs financial help from the state government to grow. There is a dire need for better infrastructure in the industry, according to the manufacturers.
In a candid conversation with SupportBiz, RP Vaishya, Director, MSME Development Institute (New Delhi), highlighted some of the major pain points of Indian MSMEs and suggested some possible remedies to these challenges.
The incandescent bulb manufacturing industry in Patna, Bihar, is all set to export its products to western countries. The industry already exports its products to various Asian countries.
The Union Budget 2013-14 is just around the corner. Stakeholders from the education industry are coming forward in order to share their views on their expectations from this budget.
Lack of state government support is hampering the smooth flow of work in the pulses processing units in Nagpur, Maharashtra.
In the last couple of years, the defence sector has become the centre of attention for most policy makers and industry stakeholders for MSMEs. Specially after last year’s defence offset policy, a significant number of MSMEs have started focusing on the defence sector.
Despite using old-fashioned manufacturing technology and testing methods, the wire and cable manufacturing industry in Jaipur, Rajasthan, is making its mark in various countries.
The textile industry in the town of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, is lagging behind the others in the state. Industrialists have been cutting down their margins in order to survive in the sector.
Lack of awareness among artisans regarding high-end international markets makes the fragrance industry in Kanauj, Uttar Pradesh, a backward one, according to industrialists.
The government of Uttar Pradesh seems to have taken an active stance towards reforming policies for investments in the state and motivating the business fraternity. Akhilesh Yadav, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, said that it is the state's priority to revamp investment-related policies across sectors.