Get ready for the fourth India MSME Summit

Celebrating the accomplishments of entrepreneurs running small businesses, YourStory has returned with the fourth edition of the India MSME Summit—bigger and better than ever before!
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The MSME (micro, small, and medium enterprises) sector forms the backbone of the Indian economy, contributing 30 percent to the GDP and employing over 110 million people.

Celebrating the accomplishments of entrepreneurs running small businesses, YourStory has returned with the fourth edition of the India MSME Summit—bigger and better than ever before!

To be held between June 21-27, 2022, the week-long event will see MSME industry stakeholders, regulators, government bodies, policymakers, technology solution providers, SMB entrepreneurs, and more, deep dive into various policies and initiatives for the sector. 

The theme for the virtual summit this year is Beyond Resilience, exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how MSMEs survived.

Industry stakeholders, including Anil Bhardwaj, Secretary-General, Federation of India Micro and Small and Medium Enterprises; Crediwatch CEO Meghna Suryakumar; and Chandrakant Salunkhe, Founder and President, Federation of Indian SME Associations, will discuss the role of MSMEs towards making Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

Join us at India MSME Summit 2022 to be a part of an immersive, inspiring, and unique experience by registering on the link here. To partner at the India MSME Summit 2022, click here.


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