Haryana government has tied up with Walmart and Haqdarsak | MSME products will go to 24 countries of the world.

Haryana government has tied up with Walmart and Haqdarsak | MSME products will go to 24 countries of the world.

After signing the MoU with Walmart, while the products of MSMEs of Haryana will be displayed in 24 countries, 10,500 stores will be available under 48 banners.

Walmart signs MoU with growth-entitled MSME products available in international market.

Haryana Government has taken another important step on Wednesday to provide international market to the products of MSMEs of the state. In the presence of Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, the Haryana Government signed an MoU with Walmart Vriddhi and Haqdarshak Company on Wednesday. The MoU was signed by Vikas Gupta, Director General, MSME Department, on behalf of the government, Nitin Dutt on behalf of Walmart Vriddhi and CEO Aniket Doiger on behalf of Haqdarshak. Deputy CM, who also holds the charge of Industries and Commerce Department, said on the occasion that the state government wants to set up more and more industries in the state so that the youth get employment. In order to promote MSMEs apart from large industries, many important concessions have been given for investors in the Haryana Enterprise and Employment Policy 2020. He said that while the State Government is following the Make in India policy of the Central Government, Make in India.

On this occasion, Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said that the state government wants to set up more and more industries in the state, so that the youth can get employment. He said that in order to promote MSMEs apart from large industries, many important concessions have been given to investors in ‘Haryana Enterprises and Employment Policy-2020’.

The Deputy Chief Minister said that the state government is adopting the ‘Make-in-India’ policy of the Centre. At the same time, ‘Make-in-Haryana’ policy is also being given importance, so that Haryana can become an investment-destination. Dushyant Chautala said that the state government is giving priority to setting up industries in rural areas. While this will stop migration to cities, it will help the artisans of villages to strengthen their economic condition by preparing their products at low cost.

Haryana government has tied up with Walmart and Haqdarsak, MSME products will go to 24 countries of the world.

He informed that with the help of e-commerce companies like ‘Walmart’, the state government will cooperate with the traditional weavers of rural areas, handlooms and other handicraftsmen in displaying their products internationally. He directed the CEO of ‘Haqdarshak’ company, Aniket Doygar, to prepare a blueprint of two, three-three welfare and best schemes of each state of the country so that Haryana would get them under its ‘One-Block, One-Product’ scheme. work out the possibilities of implementation.

On this occasion, a senior official of MSME department informed that after signing of MoU with ‘Walmart’, where the products of MSMEs of the state will be displayed in 24 countries. At the same time, under 48 banners, it will be available in 10,500 stores. He said that MSMEs will also be provided training from industry experts as per the need.

Haryana government has tied up with Walmart and Haqdarsak | MSME products will go to 24 countries of the world.
Haryana government has tied up with Walmart and Haqdarsak | MSME products will go to 24 countries of the world.

He also told that after signing of MoU with ‘Haqdarshak’ company, MSMEs of the state will get easy access to the services of government and private welfare. Detailed information of this company’s 7,000 welfare schemes in 22 states of the country is available on the website, which will benefit MSMEs. On this occasion, Nitin Dutt on behalf of ‘Walmart Vriddhi’ and CEO Aniket Doiger on behalf of ‘Haqdarshak’ expressed happiness over the MoU signed with Haryana Government today and said that Haryana is a progressing state. His company will fully cooperate in showcasing the products of MSMEs of the state at the international level.