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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Electronic Hardware

Electronic Hardware
The components in production in India at present include TV picture tubes (Black & White and Color), monitor tubes, diodes and transistors, power devices, ICs, hybrid microcircuits, resistors, capacitors (plastic film, electrolytic, tantalum, ceramic), connectors, switches, relays, magnetic heads, DC micro motors and tape deck mechanism, PCBs, crystals, loudspeakers and hard and soft ferrites. However, at present, India imports about 55% to 60 % of its component requirements.

Estimated import requirement of electronic components is about US $ 26.60 billion by 2012. There is huge potential to produce and supply components to Indian market itself.

The contract-manufacturing opportunity in India: The global contract manufacturing market presently stands at US$ 149 billion and is expected to grow to US$ 500 billion by 2010. Indian contract manufacturers business is expected to grow phenomenally from a turnover of US$ 774 Million to US$ 2.63 Billion by 2009. It is estimated that the total potential for contract manufacturing in India is US$ 11 billion, or 2.2 per cent of the global market. India could potentially target a share of 1 per cent of the total contract manufacturing in North America, 2 per cent of Western Europe, 4 per cent of Asia and 5 per cent of the rest of the world .

Chemical Markets

Per capita consumption of chemicals in India is one of the lowest in the world. Currently, per capita consumption of most products of chemical industry in India is about 1/10th of the world average. With rising per capita income, the market potential is very attractive.

Inorganic chemicals: The inorganic chemicals industry had an output of approximately 5.9 million tonnes in 2006-07. Of this, alkaline chemicals contributed 5.26 million tonnes, or nearly 90 per cent and basic inorganic chemicals contributed 0.6 million tonnes. Among alkaline chemicals, soda ash is the largest segment, contributing to 40 per cent of the output caustic soda has a 36 per cent share and liquid chlorine has 24 per cent. Basic inorganic chemicals have grown at a CAGR of 10 per cent, from 374,000 tonnes to 602,000 tonnes. As a result of faster growth, the share of basic inorganic chemicals has gone up, from 8 per cent to 10 per cent. Carbon black, is the biggest segment in basic inorganic chemicals, with a share of nearly 71 per cent of the output. Calcium carbide with 16 per cent and titanium dioxide with 10 per cent, are the other significant segments.

Auto Components

With 6 car projects namely Ford, Hyundai, BMW, Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi-HM, Chennai is now emerging as one Top 10 Global Automobile manufacturing centers. By 2010-11, Chennai will have an installed capacity to produce 12,80,000 cars and about 3,50,000 commercial vehicles each year. This translates to 3 cars output every minute and one Commercial vehicle every 75 seconds. During 2008-09, Chennai produced 5.60 lakhs passenger cars accounting for 30.6% of India's production.

Since the mother plants operate on "Just-In-Time" principle, Government of Tamil Nadu has promoted Vendors' Parks along adjacent to the mother plants by Nissan, Daimler, Renault, etc., These Vendors' Parks a large number of ancillary projects notwithstanding the recession.

India enjoys a cost advantage with respect to casting and forging as manufacturing costs in India are 25 to 30% lower than USA and EU.

The exports of auto components industry reached around US$ 2.8 billion in 2006-07 and at a CAGR of 40 % between 2002-03 and 2006-07. Exports of auto components were growing at the rate of 35 % during 2002-07 and touched US$ 3.6 billion in 2007-08. It is estimated to reach around US$ 20 billion-US$ 22 billion by 2015-16. A majority of Indian exports are sent to Europe and North America.

Technical Textiles

Technical Textiles: Technical or functional textiles are those textiles that have some functional properties attached to it and are different from traditional textiles that are merely used for adoration. The technical textiles market which at present is around US$ 80.1 million and growing at a healthy pace of about 12 per cent, is expected to touch US$ 13.7 million by 2012-13.

Keeping this in mind, the government has designed Centers of Excellence for Agrotech, Buildtech, Meditech and GFeotech group of technical textiles at an outlay US$ 8.97 million. The government will shortly launch a US$ 122.42 million Technology Mission on Technical Textiles and also create a Development Council for Technical Textiles.

Agro & Food Processing

Standalone SME cold storages in India for agro processing shall be provided power tariff subsidy of 30%, 20% and 10% in the first, second and third year of commercial operation. 100% exemption from payment of Electricity Tax shall be provided for all new agro-processing units for a period of 5 year from the date of commercial production.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Major potential for plasma proteins in India

Major potential for plasma proteins in India

Hemophiliacs are the target population for players interested in plasma protein R&D. India needs about 900,000 liters of plasma proteins per year. India has been meeting this requirement so far by importing these proteins. None of the other Plasma proteins is being manufactured in India as yet.

The bio-services sector has growm by approximately 53 per cent in 2006-07. The sector contributed revenues of US$ 268 million to Indian biotechnology, second only to the bio-pharma sector. Bio-services is also the second fastest growing sector in Indian biotechnology after Bio-agri.

Bio-agri is the third largest contributor to Indian biotech industry during 2006-07 with a turnover of US$ 225 million, accounting for almost 11 per cent of the biotech pie. However, its growth rate of almost 55 per cent is the highest among all the biotech segments.

Sunday, November 08, 2009

SME Rating Agency of India Limited !! SMERA !!

SME Rating Agency of India Limited !! SMERA !!: "SME Rating Agency of India Limited (SMERA) is a joint initiative by SIDBI (, Dun & Bradstreet Information Services India Private Limited (D&B) (, and several leading banks in the country. SMERA is the country's first rating agency that focuses primarily on the Indian SME segment. SMERA's primary objective is to provide ratings that are comprehensive, transparent and reliable. This would facilitate greater and easier flow of credit from the banking sector to SMEs."

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Trade leads

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

TANSTIA | Tamilnadu Small and Tiny Industries Association, The Apex Body of Micro & SSIs in Tamilnadu

TANSTIA Tamilnadu Small and Tiny Industries Association, The Apex Body of Micro & SSIs in Tamilnadu: "TANSTIA is an apex body recognized by both state and Central Government.
It was established in 1956.
All district SSI Associations,Industrial Estate manufactureres Associations,Productwise manufacturing Associations and other areawise Associations are its members.
It has more than hundred Associations and more than thousand SSI units as its members.
It has a well organized district level set up.
It is recognized by state and central Government and their departments like TN-SSI, DC-SSI, NSIC, SIDCO, SIDBI etc."

Wednesday, October 07, 2009


Sticon 2009
Tanstia - Tamil nadu small & tiny Industry association is organizing conference STICON 2009
on 23rd October 2009 @ Image auditorium, chennai !

Sunday, September 13, 2009 - Industrial Chemicals - Industrial Chemicals: "2008-05-12
India: Chemicals industry offers excellent investment opportunities
Despite the strong performance, the valuations of the chemicals industry continue to remain reasonable, which offers scope for investment in this sector.
The Economic Times"

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Petrol Station - smart pump Kit

Electronic Weighing Machines Manufacturer,Electronic Weighing Machines Exporter,Electronic Weighing Machines Supplier,India: "Smart Pump Automation Kit is designed in such a way that it can be easily fitted to the existing digital petrol pumps and can also be fitted to mechanical pumps after some modifications.

Oil dispenser is also developed to deliver accurate quantity of oil within the accuracy of 1 ml. By this, old existing pumps can be modified to the state of the art technology, without a large investment. Because of the large requirement from different Oil Companies for Oil Dispensers only - Vamendu has developed a separate unit for Oil Dispensing - 'Smart Oil Dispenser'."

Stevia World 2009

Stevia World 2009: "But when Coca-Cola and PepsiCo both jumped onto the Stevia bandwagon, and the FDA granted a “No Objection” to the GRAS status of their REB-A sweetener in the USA, the entire stevia market dynamic changed."

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Banana Paper

Dear Sir,
This is Ramesh Ramkrishnan,Working as Research Officer in Chennai Branch. We are doing a Project in Koyambedu Wholesale Market, Chennai.In our Koyambedu Wholesale Market Complex (KWMC) daily waste generating an average 140 to 160 TPD, from that banana stem generating nearly 40 to 50 tons per day.and festival times it will go to more than 50 TPD. But we are simply dumping in the yard along with other waste. We come to know, you are manufacturing papers and other products from banana stem waste . Can you look in this matter for future ? and when you feel free, please call my mobile.waiting for your valuable reply.
Ramesh Ramkrishna
ICRA management Consulting Services Ltd.,Karumuthu Centre,5th Floor,634, Anna salai,Nandanam,Chennai - 600 035Phone: +91 44 2434 0043Fax: +91 44 2434 3663Mobile 99415 36002E.mail

Dear Sir
CD ROM described at
has the project information on Baana Paper produced from banana stem
To know how to order the CD ROM, see
best wishes

Monday, July 06, 2009

M.SundaraRajan (primaryinfo) on Twitter

M.SundaraRajan (primaryinfo) on Twitter: "how does gypsum different from phosphogypsum?
15 minutes ago from web just done this page
18 minutes ago from web"

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Phosphogypsum Gypsum Powder Machine /Equipment - China Phosphogypsumgypsum Machine, Phosphogypsum Gypsum Powder Machine, Phosphogypsum Gypsum Powder in Auto Repair Tools

Phosphogypsum Gypsum Powder Machine /Equipment - China Phosphogypsumgypsum Machine, "Phosphogypsum Gypsum Powder Machine /Equipment
Product Description
Phosphogypsum is the phosphate fertilizer industry solid waste, and phosphoric acid is the foundation of phosphate fertilizer industry. WPA production of sulfuric acid decomposition through phosphate rock formation extraction slurry, and then filter cleaning system in the phosphorylation. In the process of washing filters at the same time have a phosphogypsum"

more details at

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

The Holy Grail of Entrepreneurship: Venture Capital | Darren Herman

The Holy Grail of Entrepreneurship: Venture Capital Darren Herman: "I meet with many entrepreneurs who are under the spell that raising venture capital automatically validates your business and almost guarantees that you will succeed. If you raise $10M in venture capital, it gives $10M reasons why you will not succeed; the odds are against you. The stakes are higher, every decision becomes riskier. You have $10M to spend and we all know how easy it is to spend money.
Venture capital is sexy"

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Bragg Live Foods, Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar, Bragg Liquid Aminos,Systemic Enzymes, Bragg Live Organic Food Products, Patricia Bragg, Paul Bragg, Bragg Organic Olive Oil, Bragg Salad Dressings, Bragg Seasonings, Bragg Health Products

Bragg Live Foods, Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar, Bragg Liquid Aminos,Systemic Enzymes, Bragg Live Organic Food Products, Patricia Bragg, Paul Bragg, Bragg Organic Olive Oil, Bragg Salad Dressings, Bragg Seasonings, Bragg Health Products: "Apple Cider Vinegar FAQ's
This page is here to help enlighten you, our friends and customers, about the most common areas of interest concerning Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV). By presenting you with frequently asked questions we hope to provide you with simple and concise answers to your queries.
1 - What is Natural Apple Cider Vinegar?
2 - What is the nature of the Mother?
3 - Why is ACV not pasteurized?
4 - Is it okay to eat/drink the Mother?
5 - Since Apple Cider Vinegar is not pasteurized, is it protected from E.Coli bacteria?
6 - What type of barrels are used during production?
7 - Does Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar need to be refrigerated?
8 - What is the shelf life of Apple Cider Vinegar?
9 - Where is the expiration date printed?
10 - Is Apple Cider Vinegar safe to take during pregnancy?
11 - Is it possible to take too much Apple Cider Vinegar?
12 - Is it necessary to add honey to ACV?
13 - Is it okay to take the Apple Cider Vinegar by itself?
14 - What, exactly, are the internal and external benefits attributed to ACV?"

project ideas & project outlines for Vinegar

project ideas & project outlines for Vinegar: "Vinegar
Project Information Profile on CD ROM"

Places Around the World to Buy Apple Cider Vinegar.

Places Around the World to Buy Apple Cider Vinegar.: "02/17/2009: Nishma from Bangalore, Karnataka , INDIA writes: 'Hi, I would kindly request you to let me know where can we buy Bragg's Organic Apple Cider Vinegar With Mothers in Bangalore.( Karnataka ) I am in eager to reduce my weight. Please help.


02/18/2009: Sandy from Bangalore, India replies: 'In Bangalore, go to Majestic City railway station. Inside, there is Himachal Pradesh horticulture products counter (HPMC--Himachal Pradesh Horticultural Produce Marketing and Processing Corporation). They have HPMC ACV with mother. I dont know if its organic. Costs lesser than 100 rs per bottle, so pretty affordable.'"

Places Around the World to Buy Apple Cider Vinegar.

Places Around the World to Buy Apple Cider Vinegar.: "INDIA

[YEA] 03/12/2009: Ajitav from Pune, Maharastra writes: 'Apple Cider Vinegar is found at Dorabji's store in MG Road in front of Pyramids.''"

How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar at Home

How To Make Apple Cider Vinegar at Home: "How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar at Home
Updated: 04/12/2009
If you live in a country where apple cider vinegar is difficult to find, try making it at home. Here's a recipe we found on the web to make apple cider vinegar to do just that! If you have different instructions, please send them our way!
This information comes from the following website:
The Ohio State University
ExtensionHuman Nutrition
1787 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43212
Making Cider Vinegar at Home"

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Aahar The International Food Fair 2009, Chennai

ROC/AAHAR CHENNAI 2009/2009 22.05.2009




India Trade Promotion Organisation, a Govt. of India Enterprise under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, is organizing the 4th Regional Edition of Aahar The International Food Fair at Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai from August 27-29, 2009.

As India is a growing with a population of 17 Crores, food producing suppliers world over are looking at India’s Retail shelf space.

Aahar The International Food Fair 2009 is the ideal platform for Food Products Suppliers, Hoteliers, Caterers to congregate and conduct business. Business Visitors from India particularly from South India will visit Aahar The International Food Fair 2009, Chennai.

We invite your company to participate in this Show. We attach Brochure, Application Form & Layout herewith.

Thanks & Regards,

Kanchana Manavalan
India Trade Promotion Organisation
(a Govt. of India Enterprise)
Egmore, Chennai 600 008
Phone No. 044-28415416, 28554655, 28587297
Mobile No. 98410-82048
Fax No. 044-28554740

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Business Plan guides templates sample plans

Business Plan guides templates sample plans: "A business plan should include all the important matters that will contribute to making your business idea a
success. These generally include the following: Your basic business concept., Your products and services and their competitive advantages., The markets you’ll pursue, The background of your management and key employees, Your strategy and the specific actions you plan for implementing it., Your financial needs."

Information Services for Small Industry,Services & Business Establishments

Information Services for Small Industry,Services & Business Establishments: "Entrepreneurs Need Lots of Information while in the process of Starting an Enterprise of their Dreams or Managing their existing one. The information pertaining to project selection, location, markets, choice of technology and machinery, mode of finance, distribution channels, selection of suppliers of material inputs, recruitment of personnel, Logistics, Government Rules, Procedures & Regulations are some of the things the entrepreneurs will be searching for at one time or other.
There are many government, trade associations, consultants, customers besides Newspapers, magazines, technical literature in all the countries providing information to entrepreneurs . Despite the availability of wide institutional network getting adequate, timely, quick, reliable up-to-date information on what to produce, how to produce and market continues to be one of the major drawbacks and problems of the Entrepreneurs all over the world."

Home Page for Ministry of Agro & Rural Industries

Ministry of Agro & Rural Industries: "Worldwide, the micro and small enterprises (MSEs) have been accepted as the engine of economic growth and for promoting equitable development. The MSEs constitute over 90% of total enterprises in most of the economies and are credited with generating the highest rates of employment growth and account for a major share of industrial production and exports. In India too, the MSEs play a pivotal role in the overall industrial economy of the country. It is estimated that in terms of value, the sector accounts for about 39% of the manufacturing output and around 33% of the total export of the country. Further, in recent years the MSE sector has consistently registered higher growth rate compared to the overall industrial sector. The major advantage of the sector is its employment potential at low capital cost. As per available statistics, this sector employs an estimated 31 million persons spread over 12.8 million enterprises and the labour intensity in the MSE sector is estimated to be almost 4 times higher than the large enterprises."

ISO 9000 -  SISI Chennai ::

ISO 9000 - SISI Chennai :: "MSME-DI, Chennai conducts EARA (UK) approved Foundation Training Course (ISO 14000) in collaboration with SEQM, Ltd., UK. The course aims to equip Trainee Environmental Auditors with the basic knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to participate effectively in environmental audits and other related activities. It also helps to develop the approach to implement Environment Management Systems and prepare for what the certifying (ISO 14000) agency will look for.
20 officers have come out successfully in an EARA (UK) approved foundation course on environmental auditing (ISO 14000).

List of Units that obtained ISO 9000 Certification with MSME-DI, Chennai Consultancy Service"

Banks give Rs 9,000 cr in loans to MSMEs

Banks give Rs 9,000 cr in loans to MSMEs: "Banks have lent Rs 8,500-9,000 crore to the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the last few months as a part of the stimulus packages announced by the Union government.
Of Rs 7,000-crore refinance facility extended to the Small Industries Development Bank of India (Sidbi), Rs 4,300 crore have already been released to the commercial banks, Dinesh Rai, secretary in the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, said at an Assocham function here today. Sidbi is a state-run diversified refinancing agency, which lends mainly to the small scale sector."

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Agricultural Company

Hi Sundararajan,
We would like get some consulting support in forming Agriculture Company (Pvt Ltd). we would like to know the model to get all goverment and other bodies subsideries. we would like to know is it any special process required for Agriculture company.
Best regards,


We have several clinics that providre ibogaine therapy, be are current ly looking fro a secondary supply for Ibogaine HCL as well as the Iboga Rootbark.Can you provide information on this?Thanks in advance
Jeff David

Rice Flake making project

MFPI: "Rice flakes making units can easily be established in paddy growing rural areas either by an individual or on co-operative basis. Husk (22%), bran (5%) and broken flakes (2%) are byproducts. The husk can be used as fuel for heating the water required for soaking paddy, and for heating the grain roaster. The bran rich in oil (18-25%) is pure and stablised and can be used for extracting oil. The broken flakes can be used for preparing traditional food products.
Estimated project cost:
Capacity of the unit : 2000 kg/day
Building : 50 M2
Equipment : Rs.1,00,000
Working Capital (1 month) : Rs.50,000"

Musroom cultivation project

MFPI: "The cultivation of this variety of mushroom is very simple and quite economical in rural areas where raw materials and facilities required are easily available. The produce can be sold by adopting a suitable market strategy.
Estimated project cost:
Capacity of the unit : 25 kg/day
Building : 100 M2
Equipment : Rs.20,000
Working Capital (1 month) : Rs.5,000"

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Industrial Design

As a general rule, an industrial design consists of:
three-dimensional features, such as the
shape of a product,
two-dimensional features, such as
ornamentation, patterns, lines or color
of a product; or
a combination of one or more such features.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Small Business Administration - Success Stories

Small Business Administration - Success Stories: "Fulfilling her lifelong love of science, Payal Tak journeyed from her native India in the mid 1980s to continue her education in the United States. The life sciences soon gave way to computer science earning Tak academic degrees in Computer Science and in Telecommunications Systems Management.

Tak began climbing the career ladder in the information technology industry where she undertook several challenging assignments and was recognized for her significant contributions and leadership skills."

Social entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship—the practice of responding to market failures with
transformative, financially sustainable innovations aimed at solving social
problems—has emerged at the nexus of the public, private, and nonprofit

Small Business Administration - Assessment Tool

Small Business Administration - Assessment Tool: "Are You Ready to Start a Business?

This assessment tool is designed to help you better understand your readiness for starting a small business. It is simple to use and will take less than 5 minutes to complete. The tool will prompt you with questions and assist you in evaluating skills, characteristics and experience – as they relate to your preparedness for starting a business.
Your responses will be scored automatically and an assessment profile provided, when you click the submit button. You will also receive, based on your score, a statement of Suggested Next Steps, directing you to the most appropriate SBA resources to help improve your business preparedness. Such next steps may include free SBA online courses, direct access to online counseling and/or targeted links to appropriate resources."

Sunday, April 19, 2009

India News Updates: Jute makes inroads quite literally

India News Updates: Jute makes inroads quite literally: "Bhattacharya, also executive director of the National Centre for Jute Diversification (NCJD), added: “If jute fibres and cut-ends are mixed in cement instead of stone chips it evolves an equally strong but much lighter product called jute fortified concrete.”

Asked when the new product would hit the market, he said it was still at an experimental stage. “But it was tested and found to be really useful”."

Friday, April 10, 2009

From Innovation to Commercialization and Beyond - Mandy Haberman

From Innovation to Commercialization and Beyond - Mandy Haberman: "From Innovation to Commercialization and Beyond - Mandy Haberman
Inspired by her own child suffering from Stickler’s syndrome, graphic designer Mandy Haberman designed a feeder for babies with sucking difficulties. The Haberman feeder was patented in the UK in 1984 and Mandy Haberman initially set up her own company to commercialize the product worldwide before granting manufacturing and distribution licenses. The product’s success was significant, though the nature of the product limited its distribution to a very narrow market.
A few years later, Mandy Haberman, inspired this time by a friend’s child spilling blackcurrent juice over a cream coloured carpet, decided to set out to design a leak-proof cup that seals between sips and created the Anywayup® cup. In 1992, the first of many patents was filed (patent no. GB-B-2266045). The patent protected her idea that uses a slit valve to control the flow of liquid through the spout of trainer cup. Additional patents both for the UK and overseas were later filed and granted."

Welcome to TIMEIS

Welcome to TIMEIS: "Fruit vinegar is made from fruits e.g. pineapple, apple, grape, orange, banana, peach, apricot as well as sugarcane juice, coconut water, malt, molasses. The juice/ aqueous extract is fermented with Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast after adjusting sugar concentration. The fermented alcoholic liquor is passed through vinegar generator for acetic acid fermentation using acetobactor culture. It takes nearly 15 days for completion of fermentation process. Vinegar contains about 4% acetic acid. The brewed vinegar is aged in plain oak barrels for at least 6 months to improve the flavour and bouquet. The final product is filtered, packed in bottles and sealed."

Apply for Angel Funding online- Indian Angel Network- Resources for First Time Entrepreneur

Apply for Angel Funding online- Indian Angel Network- Resources for First Time Entrepreneur: "APPLICATION FORM FOR ANGEL FUNDING

All applicants must submit a clear & concise business plan no more than 2 pages and a 4 slide power point presentation.
For guidelines on the format, please download the elevator pitch template and submit in the form below for the Indian Angel Network
All completed elevator pitches will be circulated to the IAN member investors."


#selected: "Are you entrepreneurship material?"

Thursday, April 09, 2009

Startup Professionals Musings: MBA: Blessing or Not for an Entrepreneur?

Startup Professionals Musings: MBA: Blessing or Not for an Entrepreneur?: "when an MBA really helps an entrepreneur:
If you are already an entrepreneur, more education, including an MBA, will only slow you down. Consider it a waste of time.
If you plan to become an entrepreneur, and already have business experience or an undergraduate Business degree, skip the time and cost of the MBA.
If you have a technical career with no business background, and you want to start your own business, an MBA can be a blessing by giving you the basic knowledge you need to manage your business."

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Cos finding domestic markets increasingly attractive: ASSOCHAM

Cos finding domestic markets increasingly attractive: ASSOCHAM: "The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), in a report titled 'The Rise of Rural India' released on Tuesday, said companies in the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector have recorded higher growth in rural market, which has contributed substantially to their bottomlines.

'Majority of FMCG firms such as DCM, ITC have been recording higher growth rate and sales of their product in rural areas as compared to urban markets,' the report said.

India's FMCG industry is currently estimated at Rs.200,000 crore. Of this, domestic consumption accounts for Rs.17,189 crore."

Recession forces over 1.3 lakh MSMEs to seek debt revamp

Recession forces over 1.3 lakh MSMEs to seek debt revamp: "Under the global credit squeeze, over 1.30 lakh Indian entrepreneurs, mainly in the small and medium sectors, have sought relief from government-owned banks, which have completed corporate debt restructuring worth Rs 14,000 crore till February.

About one lakh micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) have approached the Union Bank of India for immediate corporate debt restructuring, while the State Bank of India has cleared 26,000 proposals for rescheduling loans, according to information given to the government."

Business Today - India's leading business magazine

Business Today - India's leading business magazine: "Indian banks’ finest hour?

The KPMG Annual Best Banks Survey is a check-point on the performance of the banking system in India. The past five years have seen the Indian banking industry gain significant strength. This strength is reflected in the high growth in credit and size of the balance sheets; well diversified portfolios across corporate, retail and SME; improved margins and spreads; healthy asset quality; reduction in non-performing assets with improving asset coverage ratio; and improvement in the implementation of the SARFAESI Act through effective use of debt recovery tribunals.
Not surprisingly, PSU banks, with low-risk appetites and being conservative followers of regulatory guidelines, have significantly improved their position. Driven by better technology and risk principles, they have seen considerable improvements in their asset quality, operational efficiency, spreads and margins."

Yale seminar to focus on business scope in India

Yale seminar to focus on business scope in India: "Ivy League business school Yale School of Management will Friday organise a seminar on emerging business opportunities in India during the current economic crisis.

The seminar will focus on the impact of the global financial crisis on the Indian economy and discuss the opportunities and challenges faced by foreign investors in India.

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Deputy Governor Rakesh Mohan and president of the US-India Business Council Ron Somers are among the speakers at the day-long conference."

Microsoft to expand SME partnerships in India

Microsoft to expand SME partnerships in India: "Entrepreneurs, he said, are more flexible and cited a survey done by the company which revealed that 86 per cent of small business owners indicated that despite the economic downturn, they still prefer owning their own businesses to working for someone else."

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Playing with Bacteria | Health & Wellness | Opportunities | DARE - Because Entrepreneurs Do |

Playing with Bacteria Health & Wellness Opportunities DARE - Because Entrepreneurs Do : "Although probiotics is a new concept in India, it is one of the fastest growing functional food markets worldwide. Globally, the market for probiotic products is estimated at $14 billion. In the US alone, more than 100 companies market probiotic products in supplement forms. The US market is forecast to touch $394 million in 2010 while the European market may reach $137 million, according to estimates by Frost & Sullivan"

Probiotics are live microorganisms (in most cases, bacteria) that are similar to beneficial microorganisms found in the human gut. They are also called “friendly bacteria” or “good bacteria.” Probiotics are available to consumers mainly in the form of dietary supplements and foods. They can be used as complementary and alternative medicine

holograms,bar codes for  protection and identity

holograms,bar codes for protection and identity: "Business Opportunities for Entrepreneurs in the field of Holograms
The Indian hologram market is growing at 18 percent per annum and has more than 38 players.There are three types of holograms — security, packaging, & promotional.Major players:Holostik, Holoflex, Alpha Lasertek, Everest Holovisions, Flex
Security: Security holograms have a market size of Rs. 145 crore. It is a technology-driven segment that needs constant
innovation. Around 35 players in India are manufacturing this type of hologram. It is a low-volume high-margin business.
Very high volume orders of security holograms become non-viable as the cost of manpower security is very high.
Packaging: This category has a Rs. 265 crore market, and is a high-volume, low-margin business. Here, the price competition
is greater as the customer buys the hologram not for its security feature, but just to ensure the presence of a hologram.
Hence, the customer looks for the cheapest option.
Promotional: Promotional holograms are a popular phenomenon abroad, but the trend does not seem to be catching on in India.
There are hardly any makers of such holograms, and its market is about Rs 80 lakhs. In the past, promotional holograms
have come in the form of tazzos in potato chips packets, but it has never shown any growth. The reason being that Indian
companies have still not identified it as a promotional vehicle.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

General, Patent, Product, Suppliers, Machinery, Uses,  Company Profiles  

Vinegar info - apple cider vinegar suppliers:
General, Patent, Product, Suppliers, Machinery, Uses, Company Profiles : "Vinegar is made by the oxidation of alcohol, either directly or through the medium of a ferment, or by the distillation of wood; the latter is known as pyroligneous acid.
The process by which vinegar is made is theoretically quite simple (liquid ingredients are fermented until they turn acidic, and then the resulting liquid is filtered and diluted) but the steps actually taken are many and complex.
The grapes are harvested and then cooked down to a 'must' (thick almost syrupy liquid) in copper cauldrons. It is then barreled, and here in lies the real secrets of the closely guarded family recipes. It is the type of wood, the aging and transferring of vinegar from barrel to barrel that makes the difference between balsamic vinegars.
The process is painstaking, slow and laborious, but worth every step. No shortcuts are taken, no inferior fruit picked, no spoiled wine made into vinegar: Minus 8 Vinegar is never boiled and never hurried."



1.Luoyang Foreign Trading
Address : 41 south shachang road, Henan, China
Zip/Postal : 471000
Telephone : 86-379-6333-8198
Fax : 86-379-6333-8195
Manufacturers of Apple Cider Vinegar.
Address :B - 10/ 8, Dlf I, Gurgaon, Haryana

Mr. G. B. Jain