Welcoming the new year 2024, SMEStreet participated in INDUS-TECH EXPO 2024 as an exhibitor. In this 4-day event starting from Jan 5th to Jan 8th, SMEStreet unveiled its Membership Program for 2024 which is designed for the MSME sector.
INDUS-TECH EXPO is an industrial exhibition in which MSMEs from the manufacturing sector participate while showcasing their products and services related to industries.
More than 700 stalls will be set up in this exhibition to be organized in 100,000 square meters, out of which 240 stalls have been set up by the entrepreneurs of Faridabad. The remaining stalls have been set up by industries from other districts of Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. More than 38 thousand industrial representatives from India and abroad will participate in this four-day-long expo.
Commenting on SMEStreet’s participation in the exhibition, Faiz Askari, Founder and Chief Editor of SMEStreet said, “Participation in this exhibition came at such a time when we embarked into the new journey of MSME engagement with us. This was the correct forum for us to make a soft launch of the SMEStreet Membership Program 2024. And we received a very positive response from the manufacturers and MSMEs who participated in the exhibition.”
SMEStreet Membership Program is aimed to help MSMEs who wish to grow to the next level and expertise such as marketing, business growth, entrepreneuria growth and policy understanding etc can be delivered through strategic relevance for the business.
In this exhibition, technology related to metal manufacturing like high-speed laser cutting machines, sheet metal working, welding machines, grinding machines, joining process, and metallurgy as well as everyday machines for industries like compressors, generators, transformers, control etc.
Panels, wires, LED lights etc. will be displayed by machine tool manufacturing companies, here many types of industrial products will be seen together, due to which they will not face any problems in choosing the product of their choice.
Faridabad has been a very big industrial hub of north India in which over 30 thousand micro, small and medium industries are operating. Industrial products are manufactured and engineering services are delivered from here, but not everyone is aware of the machines and equipment made here, due to which most of the industries in the city import them from other cities.