Author - René Van Berkel, head, UNIDO Regional Office, India, Satoshi Sasaki, officer in charge, ILO, India and Shombi Sharp, UN Resident Coordinator in India.
Hindustan Times| | 27 June 2023
By Rene Van Berkel
Several of Tamil Nadu’s industries are both energy intensive and customer price sensitive..
The Times of India| 12 Sept 2022
A workshop to enhance productivity and innovation and explore ways to control odour in the Indian paper industry was organized as part of a DPIIT-UNIDO project on Firm-level demonstration of technologies and productivity enhancement for the pulp and paper industry.
Media Coverage| 20 August 2022
Over 100 people from India’s paper industry participated in the workshop ‘Productivity enhancement measures, innovation and odour control technology in the Indian paper industry’ organized by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in collaboration with the Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI) and the paper industry associations at Vapi on August 19.
The Blunt Times | 20 August 2022
By Rene Van Berkel and Reshmi Vasudevan
It is evident that Government of India's objective for Industry 4.0 promotion and support need...
The Economic Times| 30 July 2022
By Dr. René Van Berkel, Dagmar Walter and Shombi Sharp
These businesses are the ones that have faced the harshest of environments over
The Hindu | 27 June 2022
There is increasing awareness that businesses need to be sustainable and ensure they do not have a negative impact on the environment and the society. With the United Nations spelling out the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), there is a clear, well-defined path for different stakeholders to undertake....
The Economic Times| 22 Apr 2022
Circular economy offers a clear and credible pathway to achieve sustainably — one that equally puts focus on people, the planet and profit, said experts at Sankalp Global2021.
The Economic Times | 28 October 2021
MSMEs are essential in the economic and social fabric of India. The United Nations found that Indian MSMEs have been set back severely by the pandemic and are largely ill-equipped to bounce back swiftly, with widespread losses observed of jobs, livelihoods, sales and profits.
The Daily Guardian | 15 July 2021
The United Nations commemorates 27th June as World Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Day. MSMEs continue to be heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Economic Times | 28 June 2021
Manufacturing in India particularly in Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) is often associated with lower productivity, quality, occupational health and safety and environmental performance.
The Economic Times | 26 April 2021
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) of India's Ministry of Commerce and ..
NEW DELHI | 14 April 2021
The United Nations observes since 2017 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) day on June 27. This year's global observance reflects on the theme of "MSMEs: first responders to societal needs".
The Economic Time | 27 June 2020
As MSMEs pan-India are in a dire need to get back into business post the nation-wide COVID19 lockdown, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) reached out to 85 MSMEs to take stock of their perceived challenges,
The Sunday Guardian | 22 April 2020