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27/11/2017 02:50pm

US India SME council set up office in Hyderabad to support SMEs

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New Delhi, Nov 27 (KNN) Eyeing to strengthen the management of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and provide them financial support The U.S. India SME Council today inaugurated its first office in Hyderabad.

The council will conduct workshops for MSMEs on export and research and keep them posted about the growth opportunities.

The council will focus on areas like aerospace and defence, digital economy, energy and environment, financial services, food and agriculture, hospitality, Pharma and life sciences, tourism and culture.

Abdul Rahman Ilyas, president of the USISMEC-India in a press interview said that the council would provide financial and technical support to the MSMEs in the country and would also encourage accelerators in US to connect with startups in India.

He added that the Council has planned to take a delegation of 50 CEOs from India to the U.S. in March 2018.

Elisha B. Pulivarti, The USISMEC-U.S. president who is also a part of the U.S. delegation to Global Entrepreneurship Summit said that the main objective of the council is to support MSMEs in every possible way. (KNN/AG)

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