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The contribution made by the informal sector to India’s economy is substantial.

There is no denying the fact that our nation’s growth relies considerably on micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) that contribute significantly to the GDP by generating mass employment in every nook and corner of India. In view of its significance, the government is expected to provide adequate support to ensure MSMEs’ growth does not get hamstrung at any point, especially in the middle of a pandemic that has brought major global economies to a standstill.

Among all the sectors, MSMEs were badly hit following the lockdown as industries remained closed for more than two months between March-end and June. The current economic situation is not conducive to small industries as there is restricted liquidity in the system, though the government pumped in stimulus to keep the sector alive. Although the government has introduced several economic measures in terms of financing, certain gaps remain that prevent the sector from functioning well.


Ease Of Doing Business Remains A Bottleneck

Most start-ups in India face the problem in the initial stages because of too many regulations and approvals. Even as India managed to jump places in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index, there are several loopholes in the system that keep businesses on the edge and prevent them from expanding or flourishing.

Lack Of Financial Expertise

Even as entrepreneurs keep devising new strategies and plan the expansion of their existing business, there are still a large number of entrepreneurs who lack the financial knowledge to steer the business in the right direction.

Technology Remains A Major Deterrent

Most businesses fail to reap the benefits of the latest technological developments in their sector due to a lack of expertise and awareness. Hence MSMEs need to be apprised of the technological developments that are significant for the growth of their businesses.

Lack Of

It is seen that banks refrain from extending MSME loan since the amount remains small and also, banks believe MSMEs lack the required repayment capacity. In such a situation, they end up implementing stricter regulations on these start-ups


Collaborating and partnering for a New Self- Reliant India

Adapting to a business landscape that’s been affected by the pandemic crisis

Strategies for building greater corporate resilience

How CEOs can Lead in the New Normal (hybrid and remote)

Boosting innovation, technology and opportunity

How New Age Tech is Enhancing the Competitiveness of SMEs

Leadership in Action: Growth, opportunities and challenges for SMEs

Technology, Productivity & The Distributed Workforce

Rebooting Growth Through Digital-First Innovation

Leveraging The Startup Ecosystem For Innovation

Driving New Business Models And Customer Experiences

Building Trust And Motivating Teams in Challenging Times


Atmanirbhar Bharat Tech Summit 2022 will be attended by executives from SMB vertical. The key target personas include – Executive Management, ITDMs and Practitioners, LoBs, Product management, strategy, planning and more.


CEOs, MDs and owners of individual businesses who are seeking intelligence and guidance to identify growth opportunities with technology

CXOs & LoBs

CXOs and LoB leaders looking to network, learn, and share with colleagues and potential business partners


IT leaders looking for the latest in cutting technology content and strategic directions to enable business planning


Tech Practitioners and individual professionals looking to network and hear immersive content from industry leaders


Arjun Vishwanathan

Chief Knowledge Officer


Kanchi Shah

GM- Content Strategy


Ganesh Joshi

Chief Information Officer & AVP

Nilons Enterprises

Laxmikant Kandi

DC Partner account Manager - West region, India

Dell Technologies

Mandar Sahasrabudhe

Group CIO

Kirloskar Management Services

Saroj Kumar Panda

Infrastructure Services Manager- India

Hansen Technologies

Shrenik Kothari

Regional IT Infra Head – Asia Pacific

Gestamp Automotive India

Vinay G.

Chief Technology Officer


6:30 PM – 6:55 PM | Registrations and Networking
6:55 PM – 7:00 PM | Welcome note and context setting
Arjun Vishwanathan, Chief Knowledge Officer, StrategINK
7:00 PM – 7:20 PM | Inaugural Keynote – Guest of Honour
7:20 PM – 7:35 PM | Diamond Partner Session – Dell Technologies
Laxmikanth Kandi, DC Partner account Manager - West region, India, Dell Technologies
7:35 PM – 7:55 PM | Enterprise Panel 1 - Future Focus: Leveraging Technology to drive Business Growth
Ganesh Joshi, Chief Information Officer & AVP, Nilons Enterprises
Vinay G., Chief Technology Officer, Alitso

Moderated by: Kanchi Shah, GM- Content Strategy, StrategINK
7:55 PM – 8:10 PM | Fireside Chat 1: CXO perspectives: The future of Manufacturing
Mandar Sahasrabudhe, Group CTO, Kirloskar Management Services
Moderated by: Kanchi Shah, GM- Content Strategy, StrategINK
8:10 PM – 8:25 PM | Fireside Chat 2: Innovation Diaries: Navigating Complex Journeys to achieve Business Resilience
Laxmikanth Kandi, DC Partner account Manager - West region, India, Dell Technologies
Moderated By: Arjun Vishwanathan, Chief Knowledge Officer, StrategINK
8:25 PM – 8:35 PM | Customer Success Story
Shrenik Kothari, Regional IT Infra Head – Asia Pacific, Gestamp Automotive India Pvt Ltd
Saroj Kumar Panda, Infrastructure Services Manager- India, Hansen Technologies
Moderated by: Kanchi Shah, GM- Content Strategy, StrategINK
8:35 PM onwards | Networking Cocktails and Dinner

This 300 minutes exclusive mega event gives your organization various opportunities to showcase your products and services to more than 2000+ end-users in pan India . The various partnership options are available as per your need


Speaker Note

Skills Diffusion

Network and Engage

Customer Connect


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