New Delhi: “We are happy that our honourable Prime Minister has given a very strong and powerful word to all of us- ATMANIRBHAR- on the face of it means self-reliant and self-sufficient but the real meaning is hidden between the letters-Ambitious for new business, Tough to face all unforeseen circumstances, now you need to be Techno- Savvy too, develop self-Motivation , change your Attitude, be Nationalist, gather Information related to your business, Research before you jump for investment, Believe in yourself and be confident, be Human , polite and compassionate, be Aggressive and do not leave any opportunity and be Result oriented,” explained Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios while talking on MSME in India on International MSME Day in a program organised by WASME online.
Dr. Sanjeev Layek of World Association of Small Medium Enterprises invited large number of experts to speak on the current situation of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises in different parts of the World.
“Large part of Indian Economy and 30 percent of total overall employment comes from MSME. India is home to 63 million MSME contributing to great part of GDP. Pandemic has disturbed badly the current position of these entrepreneurs and very slowly the situation is coming back to normal. There are ample road locks and challenges when it comes to credit accessibility of these business houses,” added Dr. Marwah recently nominated Global Ambassador of NITI Aayog SDG Choupal while talking to the large international audience.
H.E. Dr. Kheswar Jankee Ambassador Mauritius to Russia, S.M. Zillur Rahman President WASME Bangladesh Chairman & CEO Rahman Group, Sampa Banerjee Executive Director Saadia Lakehal PDG & Fondatrice Emporia Industries Connect Canada also spoke on the day.
Sushil Agarwal Chairman AVON India Limited, Chandrima Chaterjee Policy Practitioner and Advocacy Expert on Trade and Competitiveness, Probir Roy Serial Entrepreneur, Arundhati Mukerjee CMO on Demand, Sarita Chauhan Director Farsghter Network and Anshu Anand expressed their views.