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29-30 APRIL 2011, AMA Auditorium, AHMEDABAD

All India Management Association (AIMA) in collaboration with Ahmedabad Management Association organized Global Convention on MSMEs on 29-30 April 2011 at AMA Auditorium, Ahmedabad. . The Convention was on the very apt theme “MSMEs TO HIGHER LEVEL: THE WAY FORWARD”.

The Convention was attended by 200 delegates from Industry, Government, Media and Academia.

Micro Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are spread all over the country, contributing significantly to India’s Economic Development.

They are playing an important role in sustaining economic growth, increasing trade, generating employment and creating seedbed for enterprise development. However, MSMEs have been facing serious constraints and problems for their growth and development, more so in the context of globalization of the Indian economy. The Government of India has come out with the legislation to intensify its support to small enterprises and broad base their spread to include the medium enterprises and services sector apart from the micro enterprises.

Discussions with MSMEs, bankers, credit rating agencies and other stakeholders have indicated that MSMEs need skills not only to procure and manage their funds but also to effectively leverage latest technologies and reach out to relevant markets both domestic and international.

Keeping these imperatives in mind, All India Management Association is organizing its “Global convention on MSMEs” – a unique platform to bring the MSMEs from across the world together to foster collaborative learning and facilitate integration with world economy

Expose participants to the latest developments in MSME banking and within the MSME markets regionally and internationally

  • Learning innovative financing
  • Formulating risk management policies.
  • Enhancing your business through strategic use of Technology.
  • Distinguishing your products with value-added services to support the growing needs of the current MSME markets.
  • Growing your market share with your existing MSME customer while attracting new ones.
  • Benchmarking against experienced and renowned regional and international Enterprises through successful case studies and interactive panel discussions

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July 30, 2011, Neel’s Club, Rajkot

All India Management Association in Collaboration with Rajkot Management Association organized a workshop on “Management Skills to Source Financing and Management of Technologies by SMEs” on July 30, 2011 at Rajkot.
Shri Parakramsinhji Jadeja , CEO, Jyoti CNC Automation P.Ltd was the Chief Guest and inaugurated the workshop. Mr Chetan Kothari, President, Rajkot Management Association welcomed the invitees and participants.

While inaugurating the workshop Shri Parakramsinhji Jadeja, stressed on the position that in the economic development of industries in India, the contribution by SMEs was 55% but ironically at occasion the SMEs do not have proper knowledge of locating the funds available. Then the use of funds has not been proper for the purpose, these are given and the entrepreneurs look up for more finances to meet their current capital requirements. With this attitude, occasionally instead of enhancing the growth pattern of the concern and earning profits, they fall prey to losses. This leads to increased non-productive ­­­­­assets of banks. Under the circumstance he was glad to see coverage of all these aspects at one platform. The workshop was attended by local entrepreneurs, faculty members and students from a number of management and technical institutions.

Dr J S Juneja Chairman of SME- Task Force, AIMA described about growth pattern of SMEs in country, though there is an overall growth in the country in the recent past, the growth in western region specially in Rajkot has shown a positive  trend of 24% growth pattern. This calls for a rethinking and realignment of the various aspects of financing and technological innovation.

Mr D V Suchde, Chairman, RMA chaired the Technical Session. Mr V Vishwanathan, Regional Manager SME, State Bank of India shared his views on accessing of finance from the banks, and different Loan Schemes for SSI and SMEs, eligibility criteria for business entities and time frame for applying for loan. Mr Bharat Prajapati, Manager Marketing SME, Onicra highlighted about benefits of rating. It was a very interactive session and the participants were very satisfy with response of session chair.

Other speakers in the session was Mr Kalpit Sanghvi, CEO, Vision Informatics and Mr Shamendar Sharma, COO, Champion Agro Limited who shared his success story.

Dr. J. S. Juneja summed up the discussion and took note of the great activities done in the region. He also presented the Road Map for Technology up-gradation & its financing. A good amount of questionnaire was evolved for seeking more details and clarity on the topics discussed.

The workshop was well attended 100 participants.


For More Information, Please Contact :

Mr Nandan Singh
All India Management Association
All India Management Association
Management House
14, Institutioanl Area
Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003
Tel : 011-24645100 Extn 311

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