MSMEs in Aurangabad apprised about trade prospects in Germany
New Delhi, Sep 9 (KNN) The industries including the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Aurangabad region got insight about the business opportunities in Germany in order to help them step into international market.
The GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur International Zusammenarbeit) in association with the Marathwada Association of Small Scale Industries and Agriculture (MASSIA) held a workshop in the city recently.
German government officials presented a trade prospects to entrepreneurs in Aurangabad about Germany.
MASSIA President Dyandeo Rajale, GIZ representative Tassavar Ali, MASSIA Secretary Manish Agrawal, Arjun Gaikwad and others were present at the workshop.
While discussing the study tour to Germany organized by Massia and GIZ last month, where he appealed industrialist to use the trade opportunities in Germany to step into the international market.
Iris Baker, representative of State of Baden-Wattuenburg, Germany, in Maharashtra spoke with the local industrialists on the business opportunities in Germany.
In her address, Baker informed that the German government has initiated several projects to give a push to the growth of Micro, Small and Medium industries in Maharashtra.
The workshop was also a part of MASSIA’s vision to develop Aurangabad and Karlshrue as sister cities in trade exchanges and make Aurangabad a digital and auto mobile hub.