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Malabar Shopping Festival

The most popular Brand "Malabar Shopping Festival"

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Malabar Shopping Festival is an annual celebration of Kerala  with various kind of activities. Shopping is the one of the key feature of the festival with attractive offers in purchasing. Shopping | Entertainment |Kids Park| Carnival |

Cultural Night | Fish Show | Bird Show |

Game Zone | Medical Zone | Food Court | Entrepreneurs & 

Investors Conclave | fireworks, concerts, raffles, prizes, and of course, the best retail experiences. The 2019 edition of the Malabar Shopping & Cultural Festival is the biggest and grandest of all.  


Online B2B2C Marketplace

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www.malabarshoppingfestival.com is a Online B2B2C Marketplace from Kerala-India.

  

What is B2B2C e-commerce? 

  The business to business to consumer e-commerce model can be viewed as a combined forces approach by businesses with the ultimate goal of reaching and interacting with new markets and customers. This can be achieved through blogs, websites or portals connecting to e-commerce sites. With this method, the primary supplier pays the affiliate business for the users, leads or sales generated through their channels. The end result for the consumer is access to relevant products, while the producer increases their customer base without rattling any cages with their distributors.


What Is an Online Marketplace?

An online marketplace, sometimes called an electronic marketplace, is an e-commerce site where third-party companies can sell their products or services to consumers. All of the transactions are processed through the website owner. But, Here, a change is, All of the transactions are processed through the network of  Manufacturer-Retailer-Consumer. 

B2B2C e-commerce – connecting manufacturer and consumer.


B2B2C e-Commerce – Connecting Manufacturer and Consumer.

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After looking at the more traditional e-commerce models in part one of our guide, we are now going to delve into the relatively new player in town. The B2B2C e-commerce model is forcing manufacturers to reconsider their role in the supply chain. It is becoming increasingly common to blur the traditional lines between B2B and B2C supply systems. Before examining why that is happening, we need to understand what the B2B2C e-commerce marketplace is. 

Window tIndustries & Commerce Kerala

KSIDC | KINFRA | K-BIP | RIAB | KMML | KSDP

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Travancore Titanium | Malabar Cements | Travancore Cements

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KEL | UEI Ltd | TCC Ltd | TELK | Ceramics Ltd | Keltron

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KSIE | SIDCO | Metal Industries | SAIL-SCL | KAL | SIFL |

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Autokast | KSTC | Spinning Mills | KELPAM | Cashew&Bamboo |

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KIED | FITL | IT MISSION | KFC | Industry & Commerce | Coir

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Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme (NMCP)

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The Government has announced formulation of National Competitiveness Programme in 2005 with an objective to support the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in their endeavor to become competitive and adjust the competitive pressure caused by liberalization and moderation of tariff rates. Para 59 of the Budget Speech 2005 are as follow. 

 "Worldwide, it is manufacturing that has driven growth. In order to revive the manufacturing sector, particularly small and medium enterprises, and to enable them to adjust to the competitive pressures caused by liberalization and moderation of tariff rates, I propose to launch a new scheme that will help them strengthen their operations and sharpen their competitiveness. The scheme will be called the "Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme". The design of the scheme will be worked out by the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council (NMCC) in consultation with the industry". 

Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme for Technology Up-gradation

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The objective of the Scheme is to facilitate technology up-gradation in MSEs by providing an upfront capital subsidy of 15 per cent (on institutional finance of upto Rs 1 crore availed by them) for induction of well-established and improved technology in the specified 51 sub-sectors/products approved.

 The Scheme is a demand driven one without any upper limit on overall annual spending on the subsidy disbursal.

Nature of assistance:

The revised scheme aims at facilitating technology up-gradation by providing 15% up front capital subsidy to MSEs, including tiny, khadi, village and coir industrial units, on institutional finance availed by them for induction of well established and improved technologies in specified sub-sectors/products approved under the scheme.

MARKET DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE SCHEME FOR MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES

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The scheme offers funding for:

1.Participation by manufacturing Small & Micro Enterprises in International Trade Fairs/ Exhibitions under MSME India stall.

   2. Sector specific market studies by Industry Associations/ Export Promotion Councils/ Federation of Indian Export Organisation.

   3.Initiating/ contesting anti-dumping cases by MSME Associations and

   4.Reimbursement of 75% of one time registration fee (w.e.f. Ist January 2002)(Under MDA Scheme) and 75% of annual fees (recurring) (w.e.f. Ist June 2007)(Under NMCP Scheme) paid to GSI (Formerly EAN India) by Small & Micro units for the first three years for bar code. 

Why Kerala ?

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  • Strategic location on the trans-national trade corridor.

 • Well-connected road and rail network.

 • Three international airports at Thiruvananthapuram, Kozhikode and Cochin.

 • An international seaport with container cargo-handling facility at Cochin.

 • Excellent communication network.

 • Highest density of science and technology. personnel.

 • 100% literate workforce.

 • Highest physical quality of life index.

 • India's most advanced society.

 • Rich natural resources - minerals, marine products, agri-products.

 • A range of industry - specific walk-in-and-manufacture environments.

 • Quality power and water supply Highlights of the Government Industrial Policy.

 • Pro-active government policies and pro-enterprise incentives.

 • Necessary assistance for marketing of industrial products.

 • Simple and transparent procedures for investment.

Kerala - Export Indicators

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EXPORT FROM KERALA(TOP 20 COMMODITIES w.r.t 2015-16) (in Rs. Crore)

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Principal Commodity

2014-15 

2015-16

2016-17

1.Jewellery Of Gold And Other Precious Metals

1629.58 : 2014-15

4966.73 : 2015-16

6350.86 : 2016-17

2.Marine Products

5271.70 : 2014-15

4716.67 : 2015-16

3281.16 : 2016-17

3.Spices

3068.04 : 2014-15

3800.67 : 2015-16

2149.23 : 2016-17

4.Cashew

3585.25 : 2014-15

2980.20 : 2015-16

1458.13 : 2016-17

5.Petroleum Products

1209.24 : 2014-15

1020.03 : 2015-16

394.43 : 2016-17

6.Rmg Cotton Incl Accessories

827.49 : 2014-15

915.91 : 2015-16

492.57 : 2016-17

7.Other Rubber Products Except Footwear

679.80 : 2014-15

665.07 : 2015-16

359.50 : 2016-17

8.Tea

549.17 : 2014-15

631.65 : 2015-16

409.81 : 2016-17

9.Auto Tyres And Tubes

527.67 : 2014-15

508.39 : 2015-16

271.03 : 2016-17

10.Carpet(Excl. Silk) Handmade

173.78 : 2014-15

490.53 : 2015-16

307.54 : 2016-17

11.Coir & Coir Manufactures

690.88 : 2014-15

428.69 : 2015-16

272.23 : 2016-17

12.Medical And Scientific Instruments

343.38 : 2014-15

365.28 : 2015-16

214.10 : 2016-17

13.Electric Machinery And Equipment

383.74 : 2014-15

360.05 : 2015-16

246.90 : 2016-17

14.Fresh Fruits

308.40 : 2014-15

358.73 : 2015-16

217.96 : 2016-17

15.Fresh Vegetables

251.58 : 2014-15

339.19 : 2015-16

201.47

16.Coffee

362.48 : 2014-15

281.77 : 2015-16

224.14 : 2016-17

17.Residual Chemicals And Allied Products

223.72 : 2014-15

242.40 : 2015-16

146.93 : 2016-17

18.Ceramics And Allied Products

246.31 : 2014-15

241.04 : 2015-16

168.75 : 2016-17

19.Cotton Yarn

237.81 : 2014-15

214.33 : 2015-16

80.01 : 2016-17

20.Buffalo Meat

234.66 : 2014-15

204.35 : 2015-16

129.68 : 2016-17

Kerala Business Meet-2017

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Vyapar-2017 

The Department of Industries & Commerce, Government of Kerala has been in the forefront of activities in showcasing Kerala as a manufacturing base and a reliable supplier of quality goods and services. This has been partially achieved by participating in Trade Meets and exhibitions within the Country and abroad. But the need has been felt to accord enhanced levels of access to outside markets for a wider spectrum of sectors and, more importantly, to a greater number of manufacturers in the Small & Micro Enterprises Sector. This can be achieved by organizing B2B Meets, Trade Meets within the State and ensuring participation by business establishments from all over the State.

With this objective, the Department of Industries & Commerce, Government of Kerala is organising ‘VYAPAR 2017’ , the 6th edition of KERALA B2B MEET at Bolgatty Palace & Island Resort, Kochi, Kerala, India from February 2 to 4, 2017.

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