The Global SME Watch is a fortnightly bulletin which provides small businesses with essential and up-to-date information relating to activities in the sector. It highlights and analyses events, trends, best practices and opportunities. It also reports on policies and new laws which have the potential to impact the world of small businesses.
Fresh and intuitive in design, the Bulletin focuses on key developments in the world arena and presents them in a succinct and easy-to-read manner. We review the scattered news and information across the globe and bring them in the form of a bulletin for the convenience of the readers.
The publication has a large readership base which cuts across the small business community, governments and decision makers, researchers and academicians and support organizations working for the development of the sector.
The bulletin is distributed in two week intervals in both paper and electronic formats (pdf file) and is FREE OF CHARGE to members, affiliates and partners of ISSME.
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The Global SME Watch debuted in August, 2011 as a fortnightly bulletin and since then it has been serving as a unique source of information and means for communication within the small business world.
One can have complete information about the latest news world over with a cursory glance at the Bulletin. It provides useful information on the SME community across the world.
The readership includes the heads of the organisations, top decision makers, policy makers, business owners, heads of the foreign missions, ministers, CEOs, DGs, MDs, etc. from the government and public sector organizations; UN agencies, multi-Lateral & bi-lateral agencies, aid agencies, INGOs, S&T parks, academics and researchers, financial & banking institutions; chambers of commerce, industry and other trade bodies including trade promotion organisations; universities, training and research institutions, resource organisations and networks in the SME sector, government and private libraries, private companies and public sector undertakings, and diplomatic missions based in different countries.
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Title: Global SME Watch
ISSN: 2249-6815 (Print)