Sh. Ravindra Nath, Chairman & Managing Director, National Small Industries Corporation, along with H.E. Ms. Vijay Thakur Singh, High Commissioner of India to Singapore, inaugurated the Global Summit on Make in India at Singapore on June 12, 2015. CMD, NSIC also led a delegation of Micro and Small Enterprises from India to Singapore on this occasion. Objective of the visit was to promote manufacturing strengths of Indian enterprises and explore opportunities for collaborations amongst enterprises of India and Singapore.
CMD, NSIC in his inaugural address said that Singapore and India have potential opportunities for development of sustainable business alliances in Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise sector. Therefore, closer cooperation with Singapore is perceived in this field which would be about sharing of knowledge, exchange of best practices, supporting innovation and building capacity & skills and enhancing cooperation between enterprises of Singapore and India in terms of technology transfers, joint ventures or any form of sustainable business alliances.
Sh. Ravindra Nath, CMD, NSIC along with H.E. Ms. Vijay Thakur Singh, High Commissioner of India at Singapore also released a Report on “Indian MSME Industry Overview and Opportunities” prepared by Frost & Sullivan.
Enterprises and oraganisations dealing with MSMEs from Singapore participated in the event. Also present on the occasion were Mr. Mahesh Gupta, Chairman, Kent RO Systems Ltd., Mr. R. Narayanamohan, Past President, Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) and Mr. S. Narayanan, Vice President, Frost & Sullivan and Mr. Pradeep Maithani, Chairman, Prospur Events Pte Ltd. organiser of the event were also present.