World SMEs Association
International SME Conference in San Marino, 24-25 February 2010 A historic opportunity of for a new global organization. Deepening the structural, financial and human resources, crisis that a long time leading (based in India) World SMEs Association suffered during a couple of years has been hard to a lot of member organisations, but it has been hard in a particular way for thousands of small and medium enterprises who expected support and effective actions to overcome the crisis. Instead of isolating when it BBs getting tough in the economy, we must closely work together and speak with one strong voice. Though the Indian based SME widely lost sizeable her members and her reputation as a global institution, she could be a valuable partner for WUSME. We invite organisations to discuss with US new ways of co-operation at the international SME Conference of 24-25 February 2010 in San Marino\”all serious Indian, said Kapoor. WUSME has already worked out an action program with the following priorities: trade and quality production capacity building enhancing the capacity of SMEs and women entrepreneurs supportingOrganisations, especially in developing countries and countries with economies in transition to help SMEs to upgrade production to competitive quality standards and to participate in global trade. Assisting in the diffusion of modern and relevant technologies, through theUNIDO network of technology centres, support for technology management program, road-mapping and foresight.
Supporting the creation of export consortia, a specialised form of SMEs network. Designing and implementing national and with international partner agencies find regional commodity-based tradecapacity-building program, in co-operation, as WTO, ITC, UNIDO, FAO and CFC. Providing assistance in co-operation with UNIDO and specialised institutions of toaddress the growing significance of private sector requirements for enterprise systems and product standards. Fiscal and macro-economic policy within this policy area, the UNION wants to deal with macro-economic policy, which means monetary policy, fiscal policy and wage developments.