Handicrafts represent India’s rich craftsmanship of Artisans. The exports of handicrafts during 2015-2016 were Rs.21458 crores. Exports of Handicrafts business is very low investment venture. To learn how to export, what and where. Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts(EPCH) New Delhi invites Young Startups, Working Housewives & Makers & Dealers of Handicraft Gift and Utility Products & Decorative Furniture, Home Textiles & Life Style Products for Home Décor, Fashion Bags, Fashion Jewellery and Accessories etc. to join Council’s 5th Batch of “Skill Development Course “. The above course is also available On-Line / Distance Mode to the interested candidates and they can enrol any time of the year irrespective of the start date of Online / Class Room Batches
EPCH has designed this course to educate 1st/2nd generation entrepreneurs/exporters in Handicraft Sector to set-up a business of their own and manage it successfully. The course is also providing an excellent opportunity for MSME entrepreneurs in developing value-added products for international markets and for our Indian domestic markets as well. Simultaneously, this course includes Product Sourcing & Innovating New Products, Foreign Trade Policy and Procedures in details, rules governing International trade, various procedures/issues relating to Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax as well as Banking, Export Finance, Insurance and Risk Coverage etc. Experts on the subjects will also
give practical training and following subjects will be covered in the certificate course:
Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) was established under Companies Act in the year 1986-87 and is a non-profit organization, with an object to promote, support, protect, maintain and increase the export of handicrafts. it is an apex body of handicrafts exporters for the promotion of exports of Handicrafts from the country and projected India’s image abroad as a reliable supplier of high quality of handicrafts goods & services and ensured various measures keeping in view of observance of international standards and specification. The Council has created necessary infrastructure as well as marketing and information facilities, which are availed both by the member’s exporters and importers.