At the recently concluded International SME Convention 2018 with theme of “Business Beyond Borders”, which was attended by Union ministers, the general conclusion was that we need to do more to make our small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) globally aware, globally visible and globally competitive. SMEs are the lifeline and backbone of our economy, and for a vibrant India, we need a vibrant SME sector.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.At the recently concluded International SME Convention 2018 with theme of “Business Beyond Borders”, which was attended by Union ministers, the general conclusion was that we need to do more to make our small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) globally aware, globally visible and globally competitive. SMEs are the lifeline and backbone of our economy, and for a vibrant India, we need a vibrant SME sector.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.At the recently concluded International SME Convention 2018 with theme of “Business Beyond Borders”, which was attended by Union ministers, the general conclusion was that we need to do more to make our small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) globally aware, globally visible and globally competitive. SMEs are the lifeline and backbone of our economy, and for a vibrant India, we need a vibrant SME sector.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

At the recently concluded International SME Convention 2018 with theme of “Business Beyond Borders”, which was attended by Union ministers, the general conclusion was that we need to do more to make our small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) globally aware, globally visible and globally competitive. SMEs are the lifeline and backbone of our economy, and for a vibrant India, we need a vibrant SME sector.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

At the recently concluded International SME Convention 2018 with theme of “Business Beyond Borders”, which was attended by Union ministers, the general conclusion was that we need to do more to make our small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) globally aware, globally visible and globally competitive. SMEs are the lifeline and backbone of our economy, and for a vibrant India, we need a vibrant SME sector.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.Earlier this year, at World Economic Forum, the theme was to embrace globalization and global opportunities. Even the first statement that Union minister Suresh Prabhu made after assuming his new responsibility of industries and commerce ministry was “We need to increase exports”. This shows how much importance exports or rather global trade hold in shaping a country’s economy.

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Paul E. Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm.
Paul E. Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm.
For Vivek Paul, social networking is not about fun alone—it’s serious business.
For Vivek Paul, social networking is not about fun alone—it’s serious business.
Sunil Bharti Mittal, CMD, Bharti Airtel (centre) flanked by his generals. From left: Manoj Kohli, CEO (international) & joint MD, Sanjay Kapoor, CEO (India & South Asia), and Akhil Gupta, deputy group CEO and MD, Bharti Enterprises.
Sunil Bharti Mittal, CMD, Bharti Airtel (centre) flanked by his generals. From left: Manoj Kohli, CEO (international) & joint MD, Sanjay Kapoor, CEO (India & South Asia), and Akhil Gupta, deputy group CEO and MD, Bharti Enterprises.
Paul E. Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm.
For Vivek Paul, social networking is not about fun alone—it’s serious business.
Sunil Bharti Mittal, CMD, Bharti Airtel (centre) flanked by his generals. From left: Manoj Kohli, CEO (international) & joint MD, Sanjay Kapoor, CEO (India & South Asia), and Akhil Gupta, deputy group CEO and MD, Bharti Enterprises.
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Dependency on domestic markets is no more an option, especially for SMEs, for companies elsewhere recognise the potential global markets have and are looking to penetrate these markets including India.