MSMEs need to address technology issues to be a part of global value chain
Jaipur, Nov 8 (KNN) Experts from trade and industry are of the view that if Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have to address technology issues if they want to be a part of the global value chain.
MSMEs have to focus on technology, improving productivity gains and upgrading the skill levels of its workforce so that they can join th global value chain said experts at the MSME event organised by FICCI-Rajasthan.
Assem Kumar, General Secretary of Garment Exporters Association of Rajasthan, agreeing with other's views said that there is enough scope for enhancing productivity by thinking innovatively and uniquely
Drawing attention to the evolving global trade situation, former president of Carpet Exporters Promotion Council Mahavir Sharma said that the MSMEs have to remain alert to the new situation.
According to media reports, Dileep Baid of Exports Promotion Council for Handicraft, stressed on technology and said that India is a leader in technology but unlike big corportaions, MSMEs are yet to deploy them and gain competitive edge. For competing on global stage we have to take technology and productivity from low to high.