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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

CNBC-TV18's Emerging India Award salutes best SME players

CNBC-TV18's Emerging India Award recognised the achievements of those SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises), which dared to think global in a glittering function in London, on Tuesday.

Microqual Techno - a company that provides microwave components to telecom operators walked away with ‘Best SME of the Year’ title.

In the auto ancillary and engineering category, Shivalik Bimetal Controls walked away with the title.

And in the FMCG, Food & Agri-business category, plant nutrient and insecticides manufacturer Aries Agro was the winner.

The CNBC-TV18’s Emerging India Awards felicitated winners in 17 categories including the Woman Entrepreneur of the Year - which was bagged by Avanti Shah of Next Brick Solutions Ltd.








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