Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) and Assocham will conduct a regional conclave on MSMEs here on November 29.

A press release said here on Wednesday that the regional conclave will focus on the theme ‘MSMEs: Building capacities for sustainable growth.’

It said the conclave aims to bring together various stakeholders and enable MSMEs (micro, small and medium enterprises) to take advantage of available avenues of institutional support. It will also provide an opportunity for delegates to deliberate upon issues having direct impact on growth of MSMEs such as capital leverage, quality improvement, technology upgradation and market promotion.

The release said that the conclave will discuss schemes and policies being offered by the Government and banking institutions, and will also focus on the roadblocks in obtaining finance from banks.

It said that issues such as cluster development as a strategy for MSME development, and concepts for successful innovation will be discussed at the conclave.

Representatives from various financial institutions and industry bodies will make presentations on the occasion.

J. Crasta, co-chairman of Assocham (Southern Regional Council), and Mohammad Ameen, President of KCCI, will speak. Murugesh Nirani, Karnataka Minister for Large and Medium Industries, will address the delegates at the conclave, the release added.

vinayak.aj@thehindu.co.in

(This article was published on November 28, 2012)
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