New Delhi: “India is a home to 6.3 crores MSME contributing a lot to the GDP of India. Large part of Indian economy and 30 percent of total overall employment comes from MSME Sector. The ease of doing business remains a bottleneck. There is a lack of financial expertise and lack of access to financing solution when it comes to MSME,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios while inaugurating the session on the International MSME Day organized by Bhavisha Buddhadeo of Rootskills in association with International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry.
Dr. Sandeep Marwah explained in length the kind of problems MSME are facing on day to day basis right at the grass root level. He explained how technology remains a major deterrent and how labor issues are handicap in the progress of business in India. MSME also need huge time to built-up their trust into the market in both while buying as well as while selling the products and services.
Dr. Marwah also mentioned the reliefs and benefits which Government of India has passed on to the registered MSME in last few months. “The best part is that now we have a Ministry of MSME to look after the largest part of business associates in the country,” condensed Marwah by giving a new definition of ATMANIRBHAR.
Gopal Krishna Bhatnagar Social worker, Manisha Kaushik founder Vidyut Engineers Samko Solutions, Anu Sahdev founder Aahaar Vichaar Diet Counsellor, Dr.Gaurav Goyal Managing Director Gopal, Ruchi Saxena President Sudha Society, Sumit Grover Senior Financial Professional, Simmi Khanna Nutritionist and Naturopath and Jaiveer Singh Vegetable Vendor Gurgoan also expressed their views.