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Small and Medium Enterprises Development

Authority(SMEDA)

Muhammad Tayyab BC15-220


Arslan Bashir BC15-221
Mohsin Ali BC15-225
Sadam Hussain BC15-226
Ali Usman BC15-228

Prof. Tanvir Baig

Hailey College of Commerce


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Contents
Introduction 3
History 3
Vision 3
Mission 3
Head Office 4
Branches 4
Management 6
Management Hierarchy 6
Capital Structure 6
Objectives 7
Functions 7
Achievements 10
SWOT Analysis 10

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Introduction:
Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority -
SMEDA
Premier institution of the Government of Pakistan under
Ministry of Industries & Production. With a futuristic approach and professional
management structure it has focus on providing an enabling environment and
business development services to small and medium enterprises. SMEDA is not
only an SME policy-advisory body for the government of Pakistan but also
facilitates other stakeholders in addressing their SME development agendas.

History:
SMEDA was established in October 1998 to take on the challenge of developing
Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Pakistan.

Vision:
"Growth of globally competitive SME sector, through a
conducive environment and support services, serving as an
engine of sustainable growth for national economy"

Mission Statement:
"To assist in Employment Generation and Value Addition to
the National Income, through Development of the SME Sector,
by helping Increase the Number, Scale and Competitiveness
of SMEs"

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Head Office:

Address: 4th Floor, 3rd Building


Aiwan-e-Iqbal Complex
Egerton Road
Lahore
(042) 111-111-456,
Tel:
99204701-12
Fax: (042) 36304926-27
Email: helpdesk@smeda.org.pk

Branches:
REGIONAL OFFICES
Balochistan
Address: Bungalow No. 15-A
Chaman Housing Scheme
Airport Road
Quetta
Tel: (081)-2831623 - 2831702
Fax: (081)-2831922
Email: helpdesk.balochistan@smeda.org.pk

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Address: Ground Floor
State life Building
The Mall
Peshawar
Tel: (091)-111-111-456, 091-9213046-7
Fax: (091)- 5286908
Email: helpdesk.KhyberPakhtunkhwa@smeda.org.pk

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Punjab
Address: 3rd Floor, 3rd Building
Aiwan-e-Iqbal Complex
Egerton Road
Lahore
Tel: (042)-111-111-456
Fax: (042)-36304926, 36304927
Email: helpdesk.punjab@smeda.org.pk

Sindh
Address: 5 TH Floor
Bahria Complex II
M.T. Khan Road
Karachi
Tel: (021)-111-111-456
Fax: (021)-35610572
Email: helpdesk.sindh@smeda.org.pk

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Management:
Mr. Sher Ayyub Khan is the Current CEO of SMEDA.

Management Hierarchy:

Capital Structure:
SMEDA is the institution of the Government of Pakistan under Ministry of
Industries & Production. Its gets its funds from Government of Pakistan to fulfill
its functions. And other sources are nominal fees from their customers e.g.
Feasibility report fee.

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Objectives:
 Formulate Policy to encourage the growth of SMEs in the
country and to advise the Government on fiscal and
monetary issues related to SMEs.
 Facilitation of Business Development Services to SMEs.
 Facilitate the development and strengthening of SME representative bodies
associations/chambers.
 Set up and manage a service provider’s database including machinery and
supplier for SMEs.
 Conducting sector studies and analysis for sector development strategies.
 Facilitation of SMEs in securing financing.
 Strengthening of SMEs by conducting and facilitating seminars, workshops and
training programs.
 Donor assistances for SME development of SMEs through programs and projects.
 Assist SMEs in getting international certifications (such as UL, CE, DIN, JIS,
ASME, KS, etc.) for their products and processes.
 Identification of service opportunities on the basis of supply/demand gap.

Functions:
SMEDA has country wide outreach with four main regional offices each headed
by a provincial chief each of the four provinces of Pakistan i.e., Punjab, Sindh,
Baluchistan, and north west frontier province. These are further extended to 23
major cities of the country with a one-man office housed in prominent chambers
of commerce and industry which is called regional business coordinators. the
outreach division also includes industry support cell and training department
which is responsible for ‘providing training services to SME’s. Business and
sector development services.
 SMEDA facilitate SME’s in securing finance
 SMEDA also strengthening SME’s by conducting and facilitating
seminars, workshops and training program

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 SMEDA gets donor assistance to SME’s
development through national and international
organizational societies

 Help SME’s through projects and programs


 Assist SME’s in getting international certificates

Other Functions:
1. Training Programs
(Foundry Service Centre)
... These programs are aimed at improving knowledge, skills and competencies in
the technical, marketing, financial, compliance, commercial and other
important functions. These programs help to improve major.
2. Guidelines on Developing an effective Business Plan
(PM Loan Scheme)
1. What is a Business Plan a. It is the face of your business; Functions like a
magnet, attracting your clients, investors and strategic ...
3. Honey Processing & Packaging Common Facility Center - Mingora Swat
(Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP))
... A modern honey processing plant with quality control functions and
capabilities to produce refined, high quality product is an imperative requirement
in the state.
4. SME Policy Development
(Uncategorised)
... of SME in the economy and was expected to take a key role in this process.
Its functions include, inter alia, the facilitation on policy making and the provision
of overall planning, programming, research.

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5. How to Approach Banks
(SMEDA Publications (Research Books))
... of the banking sector, different type of financial
institutions, their functions and scope of work. This section
has been designed to give you an introduction to the banking sector of Pakistan.
6. About Training Services Department
(Training Services)
... policy, regulatory, legal, commercial and other functions through the provision
of direct and indirect training services. Functions Brief Backstopping SMEDA
Regional Offices in identifying ...
7. Expression of Interest for Trainers
(Training Services)
... policy, regulatory, legal, commercial and other important functions through the
provision of direct and indirect training services. Training programs and
workshops are organized by SMEDA in all the
8. Training Services
(Training Services)
... regulatory, legal, commercial and other important functions. These programs
help to improve major performance indicators such as productivity, quality,
competitiveness and sustainability etc.
9. Financial Services
(Financial Services)
Financial Services (FS) functions with in the Business and Sector Development
Services (B&SDS) of SMEDA. As the name implies, FS is responsible for all
direct and indirect activities ...

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10. State of SMEs in Pakistan
(Introduction & History)
... This inherent characteristic of an SME makes it
imperative that there should be a mechanism through
which it may get support in different functions of business including technical
upgradation, marketing,

Achievements:
Formulated strategies for sectors including Dairy& livestock, marble granite
gems and jewelry marine fisheries leaders and footwear, textile surgical
instruments and transport
Other services
Identification of viable business through help desk.
Prefeasibility studies & business plan development
Development of women Business incubation center (WBIC)
Technological up-GRADATION establishment of common facility centers (CFC”
s)
Access of finance for SME clusters, marketing support, improving HR skills and
awareness on international certification & regulations.

SWOT Analysis:
A study undertaken by an organization to identify its internal strengths and
weaknesses, as well as its external opportunities and threats

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Strengths:
High qualified staff
Research work
Support of Government

Weaknesses:
Financial issues
Restrictions by the Government
Favoritism

Opportunities:
SME sector in Pakistan is very large about 3.2 million SME business units in
Pakistan, over 78% of nonagricultural sector employment, generate 25% of
manufacturing export earning therefore if SMEDA are allowed to work free and
fairly it can facilitate SME’s more effectively.

Threats:
 SMEDA is a Governmental institution and it has no direct competitor so it
has no competitors.
 Government Policies
 Political Instabilities.

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