January 31, 2023
Pragati Pandey

MSME day 2022- All you need to know

International MSME Day 2022: On June 27, the world will commemorate Global MSME Day 2022 to raise awareness of the importance of MSME to economic progress. 250 people can be found at micro- and medium-sized businesses, which also account for 70% of all employment.

The purpose of International MSME Day is to raise awareness of MSMEs' vital role in sustaining the world market, where they account for around two thirds of all jobs created. 90% of enterprises and 50% of the GDP in the nation's economy are MSME, which serves as a pillar. The background, relevance, and subject of International MSME Day 2022 have been addressed in this article.

What is a micro-, small, or medium-sized enterprise?

1. The standards used to determine a business's size vary from nation to nation. In India, the financial annual and expenditure in plant, technology, and equipment are used to define micro, small, and medium-sized firms.

2. A microbusiness is an organization with a revenue under $5 billion and an expenditure in plant, machinery, or equipment under Rs. 1 crore.

3. A small business is one whose annual revenue is less than Rs. 50 crore and whose investment in plant, machinery, or equipment is less than Rs. 10 crore; and

4. A medium-sized business is one with a sales under $250 billion and an expenditure in machinery, equipment, and plant which does not surpass Rs 50 crore.

Every business must sign up online at the Udyam Registration Portal in order to receive a "Udyam Registration Certificate."

To achieve the Sustainability, micro, small, and medium-sized businesses are essential, especially in fostering innovation, creativity, and meaningful work for everybody.

The Sustainable Development Goals must be implemented in a way that increases access to credit for SMEs in vital national economic sectors (SDGs). The improvement of SMEs' exposure to banking services is called for in SDG objectives 8.3 and 9.3. SDG 8 (good work and economic growth) and SDG 9 (industry, innovation, and infrastructure) implementation also heavily relies on SMEs.

Global MSME Day in 2022: History

The International Council for Small Business first noticed the necessity for acknowledgment of Micro-Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises during the 2016 World Conference since they were playing a significant role in global development (ICSB). The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) voted to commemorate International MSME Day in its 74th Plenary on April 6, 2017, as it recognised that MSMEs can make a significant contribution to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Afterward, the United Nations decided to recognise June 27 as International MSME Day.


The purpose of International MSME Day is to educate the public about Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises. MSMEs are thought to be responsible for 70% of jobs since they produce content for the unemployed. MSMEs are ranked second in the sector that creates jobs. The existence of millions of families depends on Micro-Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises. On June 27, 2022, MSME celebrated its fifth anniversary.

Therefore, more MSMEs should be established in accordance with market demand to help the business grow and provide employment for the jobless. The purpose of International MSME Day is to honour those who work for the various MSMEs and contribute to the nation's GDP.

Theme for International MSME Day in 2022

Resilience and Rebuilding: MSMEs for Sustainable Development is the topic of International MSME Day or World MSME Day in 2022. The theme emphasizes the importance of micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises for the socioeconomic development of a nation.

During the last few years MSME suffered heavy losses due to the COVID-19 Pandemic as restrictions were imposed all over the world.

Numerous jobs had to be lost, and several MSMEs were shut down entirely. Now that we have healed from all these causes and we know that MSMEs are crucial for creating our economy, the Government needs to adopt measures to rebuild the MSMEs for Sustainable Development.

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