“This conference would be a platform for exchange of views among MSME leaders and their representatives, policy makers from government, entrepreneurs, academicians, members of trade associations, venture capitalists, representatives of banks and financial institution, research agencies and research scholars,” the institute notified.
The conference will facilitate interaction among various stakeholders such as policy makers, practitioners, academicians, financial institutions, entrepreneurs and MSME leaders. Various topics like MSME financing, clusters and innovation, women entrepreneurship, up skilling, markets and social inclusion will be discussed at the event.
The institute notification further said that, the MSMEs have very significant share in exports and they play a critical role to augment export competitiveness. Also, co-production arrangements between large scale manufacturing and MSMEs through forward and backward linkages could be instrumental in spurring the expansion of large enterprises.
“In order to enable the MSMEs tide over the problems, it is imperative to understand and access the real needs of the MSMEs and accordingly offer them a conclusive environment and device approaches that ensure their sustainable growth, which, in pretext calls for an approach with knowledge playing a predominant role,” the notification read.