Small and Medium Enterprises play an important role as a growth engine of Indian economy. SMEs produce 40% of the total industrial output, contribute 40% of total exports and provide 70% of the employment opportunities. SMEs are the driving force behind a large number of innovations and contribute to the National growth through employment generation, investments and exports. Indian SMEs are making tremendous progress in Industry, Service, Retail, IT, Agro and Food Processing, Pharmaceuticals, Precision Engineering and Manufacturing Sectors. The flow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in these Sectors has also increased in the last decade. As a result, SMEs are getting more and more opportunities to enhance their activities and expand & diversify their business in core sectors
Normally an entrepreneur starts his small venture with his own capital or the finance taken from Friends / Banks / Financial Institutions. There are substantial challenges, however, in Knowledge and expertise in latest technology, required skills in marketing & management strategy, knowledge of domestic & international market conditions, special schemes introduced by government & other agencies etc. Also, there are requirements for Regulatory & Compliance procedure for the business entity, raising finance & listing in the stock market.
Day, Date & Timing:
Friday 8th March, 2013 09.30 a.m. 05.30 p.m.
ICSI-CCGRT, Plot No. 101, Sector 15, Institutional Area, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai
Focus of Coverage:
- Setting up & Selection of Organization structure of MSMEs- Guidelines. Legal process for setting up of MSMEs (PAN/TAN/Profession Tax/VAT/Service Tax/Excise/Labour Law registration and any other special registration). Important bodies/institution for MSMEs sector in India, Corporate Governance Framework
- Funding Options for MSMEs. Role of Banks / Financial institutions in financing MSMEs. Listing of SMEs (IMC BSE). Export promotion & Financial Assistance Scheme to Exporters
- Credit Rating for MSME
- Role of Government in enabling SME-Friendly Environment Recent development & Global comparison MSMEs. Case Studies
- Challenges faced by MSME. SWOT analysis of MSMEs. Growth outlook & Sustaining Competitiveness for MSMEs
Speakers being approached include:
From MSME Ministry, Regulator, Banks (engaged In SME Funding), Credit Rating Agencies and Senior Members
Company Secretaries, Chartered Accountants and other professionals, and students of various professional courses, dealing with the subject.
Fees (inclusive of Service Tax@12.36%): to cover the cost of program kit, lunch and other organizational expenses.
- Members: Rs 1350/- per Member
- Students: Rs 950/- per Student
- Others: Rs 1850/- per participant
Registration : The Fees maybe drawn by way of D.D / local cheque payable at Mumbai in favour of ICSI-CCGRT A/c and sent to Shri Gopal Chalam, Dean, ICSI-CCGRT, Plot No. 101, Sector -15, Institutional Area, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai 400 614, Tel: 022-27577814, 4102 1515; Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org