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TCS gets aggresive towards Indian SMEs

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Targeting the unfurling SMEs segment of India, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), one of country’s largest software companies, now targets a four-fold jump in the number of SME clients to 1,000 by the end of this fiscal year.

Last Updated ( Friday, 19 August 2011 23:48 )

Small Enterprise India Reflects on a Successful First Year

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Small Enterprise India has always been at the forefront of delivering important and useful information to Indian micro, small and medium businesses (MSME). And in doing so, we have achieved many milestones. One such milestone was achieved in July 2011. We are very delighted to announce that our portal completed one year of its operations this month.

Motivating and incentivising VCs for Indian SMEs: DIPP Secy

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India is considering unspecified incentives to encourage the flow of foreign venture capital into the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector. Indicating this, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) Secretary R. P. Singh said. He also added that foreign private equity was now going into the established companies and not the start-up firms in India.

Last Updated ( Monday, 18 July 2011 14:08 )

India -EU business ties getting stronger

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Business and economic relations between India and the European Union (EU) are on way to becoming more fruitful and strong. Technology partnerships, especially in the areas of waste management, water treatment and renewable energy between the two are set to go up with EU’s vast expertise in these areas and India’s proven need for the same. This was stated by the Minister for Science and Technology, Earth Sciences and Parliamentary Affairs, Mr Pawan Kumar Bansal, on the occasion of the National Technology Day.

Telecom Managed Services: An opportunity of USD 8-9 Billion

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Managed Services globally has grown to about $190 billion in revenues with expected growth rate of almost 14 per cent year-on-year for the next couple of years, experts said at the 3rd International conference on Managed Services.

Last Updated ( Monday, 11 April 2011 12:51 )

Securing GDP Growth through Inclusion

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Union Finance Minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, will inaugurate the CII National Conference and Annual Session 2011 on April 8 in New Delhi. During the two-day National Conference on the theme‘Securing the Future: Framework for Inclusive Growth’, senior policymakers, bureaucrats, industry leaders and  think-tanks would strive to develop concrete strategies for equitable economic growth of India in a post-recession world, beset with multifarious problems - political uncertainties, economic fragility and natural disasters being just a few.

During the last decade, every 1% increase in GDP created 1.6 million additional jobs, a CII study undertaken on the occasion of the National Conference has revealed; establishing that GDP growth and tackling unemployment & income distribution are closely aligned and must be addressed simultaneously for inclusive growth. Against this backdrop, CII National Conference would deliberate on various facets of inclusive growth viz. trade, skills, environment, security, information, ethics, governance and social responsibility, political leadership, globalization, etc.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 April 2011 11:12 )

Discussion on 'Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Development: Role of Government'

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The American Center, Mumbai, in association Small and Medium Business Developement Chamber of India and Indo American Chamber of Commerce  is conducting a discussion on  'Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Development: Role of Government'.  Smallenterpriseindia.com's content conributor and panel of advisor, Ashwin Merchant will be  talking to US authorities in SME segment via Live Digital Video Conferenc on Thursday, March 17, 2011.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 March 2011 12:33 )

Good News for Cotton Exporters as Govt Eases Norms

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The gvernment of India is all set to make the cotton export a hassle free procedure for the entrepreneurs. is all set to make the cotton export a hassle free procedure for the entrepreneurs. The government has also removed the export duty of '2,500 a tonne on raw cotton which it had imposed on April 9. On the back of steep rise in the prices of cotton and ballooning exports, the registration of cotton export was stopped from April 19 and only those under licence were allowed.



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