WTC develops trade and exhibition platform for MSMEs & startups
New Delhi, Oct 9 (KNN) To help MSMEs, Women Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups to accelerate their reach to global markets, WTC Mumbai has developed a unique ‘Virtual Trade and Exhibition Platform’ – worldtradeexpo.org.
With an increased social distancing and remote working, MSMEs, startups and women entrepreneurs are increasingly looking for a simple, smarter and innovative digital platform to reach out to global markets and establish links with potential buyers.
The focus sectors include Textiles, Fabrics & Yarns, Engineering, Auto Parts & Accessories, Plastics, Chemicals, Agri & Agri Processing, Handlooms & Handicrafts, Electronics, Electricals and Healthcare. These are India’s priority exports sector. This online platform will promote MSME entrepreneurs to connect to potential buyers and will further help to increase India’s export.
It will also provide training modules on quality certification, packaging, trade barriers, opportunities in FTAs, research data as well as facilitate B2B meetings to MSME sellers. This platform will help to realise the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of digital MSME, Atmanirbhar Bharat and Vocal4Local.
Kamal Morarka, Chairman, MVIRDC WTC Mumbai said, “As MVIRDC WTC Mumbai completes 50 years of service to promote India’s international trade, the Virtual World Trade Expo will serve as an effective catalyst to connect MSMEs, Start-Ups and Women Entrepreneurs from India and overseas to explore possibilities of enhancing trade, exploring collaborations and contract manufacturing across sectors.”
Worldtradeexpo.org starts with the first virtual exhibition on Handlooms, titled ‘Handloom Festival’.