Chennai, Jan 7 (UNI) NASSCOM, today announced a unique capacity-building partnership programme with Centre for the Promotion of Imports(CPI), Netherlands for its 'Export Development Programme'(EDP) to developing countries.
The programme was available, exclusively for NASSCOM members, who were looking for an opportunity to work with European countries in the Small and Medium(SME) segment companies, a NASSCOM release said here.
NASSCOM and CPI were now inviting applications for Consultants to conduct a training programme, planned as a precursor to EDP.
Once the applicants meet the requirements, they will undergo an intensive training module, which would certify them as CPI NASSCOM trainers and they may in turn go for a consultation with Indian SME companies to ensure that they get EU export ready.
NASSCOM was working as a 'Partner Business Support Organisation' to CPI, and helping them to implement innovative export development services.
Currently, both the organisations were in the process of designing a framework for EDP, which would focus on the enhancement of exports to the EU by SME companies in the 'Service Industry'. A Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) signed in 2006, would enable them to to work as 'Knowledge Centres' to fulfil the EU business outsourcing demands, the release added.
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