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Role Of SMEDA In Developing SME's In Pakistan
Role of SMEDA in Developing SME's in Pakistan
Posted to:Mister Imran AliPosted by:Ali Zahid MBE-SP08-003Kashif Aslam MBE-SP08-028
COMSATS Institutes of knowledge Technology M.A.Jinnah Campus Lahore. Department of
Management Sciences.IntroductionDeveloping several different and competitive medium and small
businesses (SMEs) is really a central theme towards achieving sustainable economic growth. SMEs
are very important towards the economic growth process and play a huge role within the country's
overall production network. Some advanced financial systems have been successful because SMEs
form an integral part from the economy, composed of over 98% of total institutions and adding to in
excess of 65% of employment in addition to 50 plusPercent from the gdp. Even though the amounts
may be reduced Pakistan, SMEs have the possibility to lead substantially towards the economy and
may give a strong reason for development of new industries in addition to strengthening existing
ones, for Pakistan's future development.Meaning of SMEs1. SMEDA Definition Small & Medium
Businesses are defined the following, as approved in SME Policy 2007.
Enterprise Category Employment Size (a) Compensated Up Capital (b) Annual Sales (c)Small &
Medium Enterprise (SME) As much as 250 As much as Rs. 25 Million As much as Rs. 250 Million2.
Condition Bank of PakistanBased on Condition Bank of Pakistan, SMEs are organizations which
Satisfies among the following criteria:* A trade / services anxiety about total assets at cost excluding
land and structures as much as Rs 50 million.* A production anxiety about total assets at cost
excluding land and accumulating to Rs 100 million.* Any concern (trade, services or manufacturing)
with internet sales not exceeding Rs 300 million according to latest financial claims.
Need for SMEsThe ideology behind the promotion of SMEs originates from the perceived failure of
huge businesses in creating sufficient productive jobs to soak up a substantial share from the quickly
growing work force in lots of developing nations. This belief inspired focus on the introduction of small
industries by worrying benefits for example earnings generation, dispersal of monetary activities to
small cities and rural areas, and mobilization of business talents.Following are a few points that will
reveal the significance of SMEs.* SMEs tend to be more labor-intensive than large businesses. *
SMEs are as efficient as L'ensemble des or even more efficient than large businesses.* SMEs tend to
be more equitable in disbursing the earnings they cook than large businesses.* SMEs may play a
greater role in rural development than large businesses.* The value of SMEs is connected mainly
using their role in stimulating economic growth.* SMEs create employment possibilities because they
are labor-intensive. * SMEs enhance regional development.* Create more equitable earnings
distribution. * SMEs play a complementary role with regards to bigger firms--as providers and
marketers.* SMEs function as a proving ground for developing the abilities of employees and
entrepreneurs. * The existence of SMEs curbs the monopoly energy of bigger firms.* A rustic can
help to eliminate its vulnerability to financial crises by strengthening its SMEs.* SME's would be the
backbone of the national economy, specifically in developing nations.* SME supply the platform for
small & medium entrepreneurs to operate being an arm taking of monetary and social indications of

the country.
Objectives of SMEsFollowing are a few broad objectives of SMEs.* Economic Growth* Economic
Development* Poverty Reduction* Employment* Social and economic sustainability
Qualities of SMEsFollowing are a few common qualities of SMEs.* Owner may be the manager &
couple of employees* Possessed & operated individually* Relatively small investment, production,
sales, dealings etc.* Insufficient efficiency of economic procedures.* No relationship along with other
firms or parties for Investment, Management, finance, tax
Record details regarding SMEs1. Based On The ECONOMIC CENSUS OF PAKISTAN
Sales below Rs..5M 84%Sales below Rs.1.0M 93%SMEs under 5 Years old 19%Survive beyond
twenty five years 4%Business businesses nation-wide 3.2MSMEs 2.96MHousehold Models.18M
2. Province smart Distribution of SMEs
Title of Area SME ModelsPakistan 2.96 MillionPunjab 65%Sindh 18%Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
14%Baluchistan 3%
3. Distribution of SMEs Based on the No. Of Employees
Total SMEs models 2.96 million (100%)SMEs employing 1-5 Persons 2.85 million (96.6%)SMEs
employing 6-10 Persons 79,000 (2.67%)SMEs employing 11-50 Persons 26,000(.87%)SMEs
employing 50 plus Persons 1617(.054%)
4. Economic Contribution of SMEs
Employment 78%GDP 40%Value Addition 35%Exports 25%
5. SMEs Be part of Sub-Sector
Sub-industries Percentage Share of SMEsCotton Weaving 13%Other Textiles 6%Metal Items
7%Carpets 4%Art Silk 5%Grain Milling 16%Jewellery 4%Wood & Furniture 10%Others 35%
Obstacles to SMEs GrowthSMEs are facing various obstacles when it comes to their development
and growth. Following are a few primary obstacles SMEs are facing nowadays.* Govt. & SME
Interaction* Taxation* Finance* Labor Legislation* Hr Development* Technology* Market &
Information About The Industry* Insufficient Infrastructure* Environment issues & compliance* Social
compliance issues* Ip Privileges
Medium and small enterprise development Authority (SMEDA)Premier institution from the Govt. Of
Pakistan under Secretary of state for Industries and Production, SMEDA was established in October
1998 to defend myself against the task of developing Small & Medium Businesses (SMEs) in
Pakistan. Having a advanced approach and professional management structure it's concentrate on
supplying an enabling atmosphere and business development services to medium and small
businesses. SMEDA isn't just an SME policy-advisory body for that government of Pakistan but
additionally facilitates other stakeholders in addressing their SME development agendas.SMEDA
VisionDevelopment of globally competitive SME sector via a favorable and assisting atmosphere and
support services being an engine of growth and sustainability to national economy.Mission
StatementTo function as promoter & company of SME sector in Pakistan by developing a favorable
and assisting atmosphere in addition to supplying and assisting service delivery to SMEs for
improving their capabilities and competition.SMEDA Objectives1. Formulate Policy to inspire the

development of SMEs in the united states and also to advise the federal government on fiscal and
financial the process of SMEs.2. Facilitation of economic Development Services to SMEs.3. Facilitate
the expansion and strengthening of SME representative body's associations/chambers.4. Setup and
run a service provider's database including machinery and supplier for SMEs.5. Performing sector
studies and analysis for sector development methods.6. Facilitation of SMEs in acquiring financing.7.
Strengthening of SMEs by performing and assisting workshops, training courses and training
programs.8. Donor assistances for SME growth and development of SMEs through programs and
projects.9. Assist SMEs to get worldwide certifications (for example UL, CE, DIN, JIS, ASME, KS,
etc.) for his or her items and procedures.10. Identification and services information possibilities based
on supply/demand gap.SMEDA ServicesSMEDA is presently offering following services to advertise
regulate and enhance SMEs in Pakistan.* Consultant Services* Training Services* Strategic Business
Plan Division* Financial Services * Information Resource Center (IRC)* Ip for Business Success*
Legal Services* Policy and planning1. Training services SMEDA organizes training programs,
workshops, training courses and conferences of short duration in main metropolitan areas across the
nation for raising awareness and capacity building of SMEs. These need based training programs are
affordable, appropriate and innovative. These programs are targeted at enhancing understanding,
abilities and expertise within the technical, marketing, financial, compliance, policy, regulating, legal,
and commercial along with other important functions. These programs assist in improving major
performance indications for example productivity, quality, competition and sustainability etc. The
outcomes include improvement in export potential, investment promotion, business transparency, hr
development, managing capacity building etc. These programs help lowering the amount of SME
mortality and growing efficiency.2. Strategic Business Plan DivisionStrategic Business Plan
development services is among the key services presented to enable existing in addition to potential
traders to create well investigated and informed investment choices.3. Financial servicesFinancial
Services Group (FSG) is among the support models of SMEDA. Because the title indicates, FSG
accounts for all financial talking to and advisory services that SMEs may need. For all of the support
functions, FSG suits both internal sector teams in addition to any exterior walk-in SMEs. Additionally
to such talking to services, FSG also functions as coordinator of presidency schemes, which entail
banking institutions.4. Information Resource Center (IRC)SMEDA Information Resource Center (IRC)
continues to be created focus on the data needs of SMEs and stakeholders from both private and
public industries. IRC keeps an accumulation of a lot more than 3400 books and Compact discROMs/Dvd disks besides signing up leading newspapers and most 20 journals of worldwide repute
on diverse business sections and related fields. Numerous full text online journals can also be found
for SMEs and scientists on different fields of understanding. IRC collection includes databases, sites,
reviews, yearbooks, annual reviews, and loose-leaf material that are offered for simple retrieval
through latest library management tools. Hard format of coaching programs carried out by SMEDA
can be found in IRC. SMEDA IRC collection is growing by an aggregate ten percent each year.5.
Policy and planning Policy & Planning Division of SMEDA has dual focus internal & exterior. It plays a
vital role in devising and matching guidelines, action plans and methods for SMEDA procedures.

However it features a mandate to handle research, contact stakeholders and advocate guidelines
with various tiers from the government by having an ultimate objective of making a conductive
business atmosphere for SMEs in Pakistan. P&P may be the hub of policy and regulating research
that delivers SME specific policy input to any or all tiers of presidency, government departments and
institutions, SME associations, industrial groupings and individual entrepreneurs.6. Ip for Business
SuccessIntellectual Qualities (Insolvency practitioners) are intellectual assets which are intangible for
example understanding, creativeness and originality. Ip in the essence is the fact that information that
has economic value when put in use available on the market. The explanation of protection also rests
around the premise that both types of assets (tangible & intangible) have potential of wealth creation.
Insolvency practitioners generally falls into two groups industrial property and copyrights. The
privileges of inventions, industrial designs, trademarks, integrated circuits and physical indication are
safe under industrial property as the copyrights include literary work for example books, poems,
plays, films as well as artistic works etc.7. Legal services We increase the value of the process of
Medium and small Entrepreneurs (SMEs) through facilitation in: * Solving legal issues through service
companies.* Creating understanding of legal privileges & duties by distributing info on existing
regulating/contractual needs through sample contract templates, business guides and workshops.*
Improving capabilities for enhanced compliance of laws and regulations, rules and rules through
training programs.* Legal opinions for your business queries, and * Interaction with regulating
government bodies and repair companies for getting rid of legal road blocks.8. Consultant services
SMEDA offer various working as a consultant services.
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