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SME Associations

The Internet Service Providers Association of India (ISPAI)

The Internet Service Providers Association of India (ISPAI) was set up in 1998 with a mission to 'Promote Internet for the benefit of all'. ISPAI is the collective voice of the ISP fraternity and by extension the entire Internet community.

Over the years ISPAI has helped influence, shape and mould the telecom policies, so that ISPs and entrepreneurs in the business of Internet can setup and grow their services in an environment that is supportive and enabling.

Rajkot Engineering Association

Rajkot machine tools association were established in 1983 with initial membership of 25 units. In past MTMA have perform various activities pertaining to common problems of machine tools Industries and strongly represents their hindrances  to concern authorities and MTMA have successfully established infrastructure of purchasing the bearings direct from manufacturer and distributing among their members with objective of to get genuine quality with reasonable price.

Indian Industries Association

Indian Industries Association, popularly known as IIA is an apex representative body of Micro, Small & Medium Industries with a strong membership base of more than 4500 Micro, Small and Medium Scale Units.

IIA's formidable presence is the direct result of its extensive network of more than 35 chapters spread in most of the important districts of the region.

In 1985, a group of committed young professionals joined forces and conceived the idea of an organization that can act as a catalyst for the promotion and growth for Micro, Small & Medium Scale Industries.

CODISSIA (Coimbatore District Small Scale Industries Association)

CODISSIA (Coimbatore District Small Scale Industries Association) started functioning in the year 1969 with 40 members and now the membership strength base has crossed 5200. The Association serves for the growth and prosperity of industries and it has made a significant contribution towards building a strong and stable industrial city of Coimbatore. The Association besides functioning as a grievance redressed unit is functioning as a development oriented association conducting series of seminars, training programmes, exhibitions, industrial trade fairs and industrial visits etc. The association work towards developing and creating awareness among industrial entrepreneurs. CODISSIA represents in all advisory and consultative committees at the district / state and national levels and plays a leading role in policy formulation and grievance redressed for the small scale industries.

Council for Leather Exports

The Council for Leather Exports (CLE) set up in July 1984, is an autonomous non-profit company registered under the Indian Companies Act, 1956 entrusted with export promotion activities and development of the Indian leather industry.

AIBA – All India Biotech Association

All India Biotech Association (AIBA) was established in 1994 as a non- profit Society to provide common Apex Forum at the national level to represent the interests of all those engaged in various aspects of Biotechnology. One of the main objectives of AIBA is to Promote and safeguard the overall interests of Biotechnology as a science, profession, industry & trade. In August, 1999, the Southern Chapter of AIBA has started Functioning at Hyderabad.

MSME-Development Institute

MSME-Development Institute, Bangalore, Karnataka, is established as a field office under MSMEDO-Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Development Organization, the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Govt. of India. MSMEDO is an apex body and a nodal agency for formulating, coordinating and monitoring the policies and development of small-scale industries in the country.

Federation of Indian Micro & Small and Medium Enterprises

Federation of Indian Micro & Small and Medium Enterprises (FISME), though established in the year 1995, traces its origin to 1967 when the National Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs (NAYE) was established to promote small industries. In the pre – liberalized era (prior to 1991), the agenda of an interventionist and highly protectionist India was adequately met by NAYE. However, post liberalization (after 1991), India needed to adopt a different approach for the promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). Subsequently, in the year 1995, NAYE along with eight state level associations formed FISME to lead SME in the refurbished economic environment.

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