MSME sector has the potential to become the plinth for 'Make in India' Vision
India’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have a crucial role in promoting inclusive growth at the grass-roots and are perhaps the most crucial link between India’s economic growth and socio-economic transformation.
The Sector through more than 6,000 products contributes about 8% to GDP besides 45% to the total manufacturing output and 40% to the exports from the country. The MSME sector has the potential to spread industrial growth across the country and can be a major partner in the process of inclusive growth. (Source: MSME at a Glance 2016) With greater focus of policy makers on boosting country’s manufacturing sector and harnessing enterprising skills of ‘Young India’, MSME sector has the potential to become the plinth for ‘Make in India’ vision.
Micro Small Medium Enterprises team develops knowledge driven solutions to tackle sector specific challenges such as lack of adequate credit, non-availability of technology, low production capacity, inadequate marketing strategy, bottlenecks and labor costs.
Financing and Capital Infusion
Public Private Partnership (PPP) models
Global competitiveness and access to technology
Enabling Energy Efficiency
PAHLE INDIA FOUNDATION – YES GLOBAL INSTITUTE MONTHLY SEMINAR SERIES ON SMES
YES Global Institute partnered Pahle India Foundation to organize 12 part seminar series to deliberate on key issues and challenges in the SMEs and contribute towards policy development for growth of the sector.
CII 4TH REGIONAL MSME CONCLAVE, 2016
Sumit Gupta, speaking at the 4th CII Regional MSME Conclave, where YES BANK was the Banking Partner
SESSION ON MSME FINANCING
Knowledge Session on MSME financing organized in association with Bombay Master Printer Association
SME FUTURES SERIES IN ASSOCIATION WITH CNBC
Panel discussion on challenges and future opportunities for SMEs in India at SME FUTURES SERIES on driving growth through innovation