MSME CONCLAVE 2022

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Re-energizing global value chains for India’s MSMEs to achieve the 2021-22 export target of US$400 BILLION

Virtual international conference on Integrating Indian engineering MSMEs in Global Value Chains

January

19th 2022

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What is Global Value Chain & its significance

  • According to World Bank, today, over 50% of global trade involves Global Value Chains (GVCs).

  • GVCs helps MSMEs by integrating them into the global networks of product conception, design, development, distribution & support

  • Value-added trade contributes about 30% to the GDP of developing countries

  • Driven by emerging technologies such as Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing & ICT

Why India?

  • India is likely to lead the world in almost every category viz a viz overall population, number of college graduates, middle-class population, cell phone and Internet users, along with the third-largest military and third-largest economy, along with the world’s largest young population under 25 with 600 million

  • India is on course to witness a 4x growth in consumer spend

  • $2 trillion will be spent on infrastructure in just the next decade

  • By 2030, in India more than 40% of all purchases will be highly digitally influenced, up from 20-22% today.

What to expect from the Sessions

Knowledge & insights for building market competitiveness

Expand Business Connections

New market entry strategies

Policy Advocacy & Trade regulations

Post COVID 19 impact on Skills, Technologies & Trade

How MSMEs can build their global GVC linkages

Key Highlights

  • Government Bodies

  • Global Audience

  • Release of Knowledge Paper

  • Dissemination of Event Compilations & Knowledge Resources

  • International Speakers

  • Sharing Best Business Practices

  • Q/A Session

Speakers

Programme

Inaugural Session - Integrating Indian Engineering MSMEs in the Global Value Chain

11 : 00 - 11 : 45

Keynote Speaker:

Mr. B.B. Swain, Secretary in the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises


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Developing Growth and sustainability for Indian MSMEs in the Global Value Chains

12 : 00 - 13 : 00

  • Growing significance of Global Value Chains for MSMEs
  • How Make in India & Aatmanirbhar Bharat to catalyze Indian MSMEs in GVCs
  • Government of India initiatives to make GVCs more inclusive for India MSMEs 
  • Significance of Regional Value Chain Vs Global Value Chain

Invited Speakers:

  • Dr. Tamal Sarkar, Executive Director, Foundation for MSME Clusters, New Delhi

  • Mr. Neeraj Bansal, Partner, COO - India Global and Head- ASEAN Corridor, KPMG in India

  • Mr. Hubert Reilard, Former Managing Director, EFD Induction Ltd & Past President IGCC


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Enabling India achieve US$ 400 Billion exports target through GVCs

14 : 00 - 15 : 00

  • Various Government Schemes such as PLI Scheme & RoDTEP Scheme etc
  • Financing avenues for Integrating MSMEs in the Global Value chains
  • Government Initiatives in new & emerging engineering sectors such as Clean Tech, Healthcare, Advanced Manufacturing and Defense & Aerospace etc.

Invited Speakers:

  • Dr. Srikar K. Reddy, Joint Secretary in-charge of the FT-Africa, FT-WANA and EP-Engineering divisions
  • Mr. Sudatta Mandal, Deputy Managing Director of Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)
  • Mr. T. D. Sivakumar, General Manager, India Exim Bank
  • Mr. Anand Singh, GM – National Marketing Division, ECGC


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Emerging pandemic proof platforms of future – Latest Innovations, Technologies and Trends helping transform the future GVCs

16 : 00 - 17 : 00

  • How ICT, IIoT & Smart Manufacturing integration can help MSMEs move up the value chain
  • Changing landscape for workplace safety & standardization

Invited Speakers:

  • Mr. Dato' Ts. Madani Sahari, CEO, Malaysia Automotive Robotics & IoT Institute (MARii)
  • Mr. Sibin Varghese – Senior Engagement Manager, Roland Berger Inc.
  • Ms. Ambika Banotra, Chief Representative, NRW Global Business GmbH/India, Trade & Investment Agency of the German State of North Rhine Westphalia 
  • Dr. Chandan Chowdhury, Senior Associate Dean & Practice Professor, Indian School of Business


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Post Pandemic GVC Mega Trends & evolving landscape for MSME integration

17 : 00 - 18 : 30

  • How Government & Businesses can work together to facilitate sustainable manufacturing growth
  • Benefits of proactive Institutional collaboration by MSMEs
  • Emerging business perspectives for acquiring global technological competiveness
  • Opportunities and challenges for MSMEs in the evolving Clean Tech & Smart Manufacturing landscape

Invited Speakers:

  • Mr. Andreas Jahn, Member of the Federal Executive Board, German Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (BVMW)
  • Mr. Lawrence Pek, Secretary-General of the Singapore Manufacturing Federation
  • Ms. Lorela Chia, National Chair for International Trade, SAMENTA
  • Mr. Libor Musil, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association of Small & Medium Enterprises and Crafts of Czech Republic (AMSP)
  • Mr. Friedrich Birgelen, Deputy Consul General, German Consulate, Bangalore


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Session No. Time Session Name Link
19-Jan-2022 11 : 00 - 11 : 45 Inaugural Session - Integrating Indian Engineering MSMEs in the Global Value Chain View Details
Day 1, Wednesday 19th Jan 2022
Session I 12 : 00 - 13 : 00 Developing Growth and sustainability for Indian MSMEs in the Global Value Chains View Details
Session II 14 : 00 - 15 : 00 Enabling India achieve US$ 400 Billion exports target through GVCs View Details
Session III 16 : 00 - 17 : 00 Emerging pandemic proof platforms of future – Latest Innovations, Technologies and Trends helping transform the future GVCs View Details
Session IV 17 : 00 - 18 : 30 Post Pandemic GVC Mega Trends & evolving landscape for MSME integration View Details

About EEPC India

WHO WE ARE

We are the premier trade and investment promotion organisation in India. EEPC India is sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, and caters to the Indian engineering sector.

WHAT WE DO

We have played a lead role in promoting Brand India Engineering by organising exhibitions around the globe. We are now organizing a series of virtual trade fairs, exhibitions to help the exporting community in connecting with global buyers amid Covid-19 outbreak.

WHY US

  • We have been the face of Indian engineering exports for 65 years
  • We are now a full member of the France-based UFI – the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry
  • We have received BMO accreditation of the Quality Council of India (QCI) – NABET