Having the right kind of exposure in the market is very crucial for every Indian SME. The government, government-led agencies, and the entire SME ecosystem have understood the potential of innovative practices for marketing, fund raising and manufacturing process optimization.
Like the Indian economy, the country’s small and medium enterprises have grown significantly. In the decade of 2001-2011, the number of small enterprises grew three times to 31.15 million units.
FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., and the world’s largest express transportation company, announced the launch of its Ship Site program in India,a business building alliance offering increased access points to experience a faster, easier way to ship.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Germany saw the signing of six deals between the countries in various spheres.
The festival of Holi this year failed to bring smiles on the faces of small-scale manufacturers of colours and Holi accessories like sprinklers.
Even as preparations are on for the visit of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy to New Delhi, the two countries explored their future economic potential during a trade committee meeting where India hoped it would emerge as preferred source of high quality and competitively-priced products in different areas, from pharmaceuticals and vaccines to information and communications technology.
India and Kuwait discussed opportunities for Kuwaiti investment in refineries in India and also matters relating to the welfare of the large Indian diaspora in Kuwait.
India's exports increased by 4.25 percent to $26.26 billion in February, registering positive growth for the second straight month, on the back of revival of demands in Europe, government data showed Monday.
Describing forging deeper partnerships with emerging powers as a key pillar of US strategy for the Asia-Pacific, a top aide of President Barack Obama says Washington not just accepts, but fervently supports India's rise.
The real estate sector has been reeling under a series of adverse circumstances events over the last few years. High interest rates, shaky global sentiments, decelerating GDP growth and liquidity crunch on the developers’ side are some of the factors that have interrupted the Indian real estate growth story.