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Karnataka SME Yearbook 2014

We at our portal www.thesmetimes.com, one of the most reputed news portal for SMEs, are absolutely delighted to inform you, that after our website's launch, we have now ventured out to publish the compendium of information on SMEs titled ' SME Karnataka Yearbook 2013'.

The information published in this yearbook will primarily focus on opportunities on the existing government schemes, availability of expertise, management tips, facts and figures, buyers guide, business directory, product processes & technology, who is who and all allied information that will facilitate the existing SMEs to consolidate their business processes and plan for up gradations by collaborative efforts.

The small scale industries sector accounts for about 45 per cent of the manufacturing output and 40 per cent of the total exports of India. It employs about 59 million persons in over 26 million units throughout the country. The math is that Rs. 100,000 of investment in fixed assets in the small-scale sector generates employment for four persons. Further, this sector has consistently registered a higher growth rate than the rest of the industrial sector in India.

The SME Karnataka Yearbook 2013 will be the first of its kind publication followed by similar format of yearbooks on Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and other states.

It will be our privilege if you could kindly associate yourself with this publication by means of a release of an advertisement. We assure a highly cost effective publicity amongst your target audience. Every advertisement published in the yearbook will help you to promote your existing business and penetrate into new markets.

Industry

The small scale industries sector accounts for about 45 per cent of the manufacturing output and 40 per cent of the total exports of India. It employs about 59 million persons in over 26 million units throughout the country. The math is that Rs. 100,000 of investment in fixed assets in the small-scale sector generates employment for four persons. Further, this sector has consistently registered a higher growth rate than the rest of the industrial sector in India.

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Contents

Section I: Glossary, Technical Terms and Definitions, Stock Smart: Small businesses do everything large businesses do, only a little faster, Locate your Location: Some questions need to be answered before you choose your location to set shop, Hot to get your Lease of Life: If you’re a start-up, you’ll want to negotiate as short a lease as possible, Organised Work Culture: Your most often used items should be within easy reach so that you do not have to walk, Demand Forecasting: Now on Demand: Your demand forecast is driven by your order book, Quality of Quality Management: A TQM analysis have experienced an improved understanding of their customers’ satisfaction, Materialising Material Requirement Planning: Three questions get answered: What is needed? How much? and When?, Inside-Outside Communication: Communication needs to flow to ensure the success of the business, Project Management: Make it your Pet Project: Project Management Functions: Costs, Schedules & Controls and Evaluation, Time your Time: Here are tips for every small business owner to make the best use of their time.

Section II: Districts of Karnataka, District Facilitator.

Section III: Market Research: How to Search for Market Research? Business Plan: Failing to Plan = Planning to Fail, Pricing Strategy: Price Properly else Pay the Price, Customer Care: Serve your Customer, Save your Company, Marketing Campaign: Marketing: Selling the Seller’s Dream, Marketing Campaign: Sales Techniques that make your Business Sail, Advertising Campaign: Advertising Add-ons, Web Marketing: Email Marketing, Net Marketing: Are you On for Online Marketing? SME Public Relations: Tailored Good Publicity isn’t Bad at all! Mass Media, SME’s Magazines & Periodicals, Advertising & Marketing Agencies, Industrial Events-2013.

Section IV: Export Promotion Boards, Indian Embassies Abroad, Export Excellence Award 2012.

Section V: Industries in Karnataka, Industry Associations, Stratery Requirements, Standards, Boards & Corporations of Karnataka

Section VI: Financial Management for SME: Finance is very rightly described as the heart or engine of a small and medium enterprise (SME), Book Keeping Live by the Book: Entrepreneur Alert - Here are the Basics of Handling Finances to Live your Dream: Cash Management Cash on It: Discipline to manage cash flow from the first day of its operation, Wear Budgeting like a Badge: Financial budget is necessary from the time an entrepreneur conceives an idea untill operation, Forecasting Foretells your Success: Financial plan allows to track actual events, Credit and Collections is to your Credit: No matter how large or small, your credit policy should cover at least the..........., Financial Reporting It’s all about the Numbers: Financial reporting provides crucial financial information to its stakeholders, Financial Institutions, Programmes and Schemes of Government of Karnataka: Suvarna Kayaka Kousalyabhirudhi Yojane, Programmes and Schemes of Government of India, Industrial Act & Policies: The Factories Act, 1948 and The Karnataka Factories Rules, 1969.

Section VII: Human Resources for SME’s, Manpower Planning, Recruitment, Selection, Placement, Training, Occupational Health and Safety, Insurance, Termination and The Model Standing Orders, Education Institutions & Training Centres, Guidence Centres.

Section VIII: Emerging SMEs of Karnataka, Top 50 SME’s CEOs in Karnataka, Multinational Companies in Karnataka.

Section IX: Understanding of MSME: The profile and status of MSMEs sector captured graphically for a better understanding at a glance, News of the year.

Section X: Model Project Reports.

Section XI: GIM - 2012 Investors: IT & Electronics, Education, R&D and Knowledge Economy, Textiles & Apparels, Biotech & Pharma, Others, Energy, Tourism, Housing & Urban Development, Transport Infrastructure, Cement & Other Minerals, Iron & Steel, Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Industrial Infrastructure, Engineering, Agro, Food & Horticulture.

Section XII:

Who is who.

Please Contact

The Co-ordinator Karnataka SME’ Yearbook

3A, Casamiller, 96, Nandidurga Road

Benson Town, Bangalore - 560 046

Mobile #- 9591100992

Landline #- 080-41156483

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Web: ww.thesmetimes.com

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