FISME In Media

MSME body seeks green channel for e-commerce exports

The Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME) has urged the Union government to set up a green channel like China to facilitate e-commerce exports.

Easy documentation, increasing awareness, role of post offices to help boost e-commerce exports: Report

Steps such as increasing awareness, easier documentation, simplified customs processes and standard operating practice for product returns…….

Digital single window, easing import duty burden, developing postal services to boost MSME e-commerce exports: Report

Trade, import and export for MSMEs: “Given the present low participation of exporters in e-commerce, a wider scale of training opportunities to improve capacities of MSMEs to participate more extensively in e-commerce would expand the reach and scope of these exports,” the report said.

Ecommerce Going To Unleash Potential Of Indian MSMEs: Experts

Anil Bhardwaj, Secretary General, FISME, said, “There is an urgent need to educate MSMEs on the benefits of online selling, such as access to a wider audience and nuanced market intelligence”

FISME seeks GST parity between offline and online sellers for more MSMEs to get on e-commerce

Ease of doing business for MSMEs: The recommendations were made in consultation with over 40 delegates representing MSMEs, think tanks, payment service providers, e-commerce and last-mile delivery platforms, and industry organizations such as Amazon, Meesho, Zomato, BlinkIt, PayU, Shiprocket, among others.

FISME pushes for inclusive e-commerce policy through industry consultation

Industry body for MSMEs Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME) has suggested a level playing field for online and offline retailers under the GST legislation to allow both formats to flourish.