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For long, SMEs have felt the compelling need to voice their concerns, having been ignored by most of the mass media. ISSME has finally provided them the perfect platform for recognition through this monthly newsmagazine which features news, articles, events, case studies, success stories, trends, policy briefs and much more for SME Leaders and entrepreneurs.
Besides business, SME VOICE also talks about the social aspects when it comes to the humble small entrepreneur.
The magazine made its appearance in August, 2011 as a monthly theme-based newsmagazine and since then it has been serving as an unrivaled source of information and means for communication within the small business world. It features news, research, case studies, success stories, trends and policy briefs by seasoned writers and professionals.
In the “Conversation” section, readers of SME Voice get an up-close-and-personal look at prominent small business entrepreneurs and CEOs. SME Voice is the ultimate companion for the small business-minded individual.
Each section of SME Voice aims to voice the concerns of SMEs among the policy makers and other national, regional and international organizations or agencies responsible for the promotion and sustainable development of SMEs. It brings together the entire SME sector on one platform to enable sharing of thoughts, ideas, cases, best practices, concepts, and the latest happenings in the sector.
SME Voice is read numerous SME support institutions & stakeholders and millions of SMEs in all countries throughout the world. A publication with incredible global reach, SME Voice provides useful information on the SME community across the world.
The readership includes the heads of 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 foreign missions in India and abroad.
SME Voice features contributions from members, affiliates, partners and readers from the small business sector around the world.
You can also write for SME VOICE
We are looking for writers, experts and entrepreneurs to contribute original stories and articles. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your story idea and let’s get talking.