Export performance (FOB + Deemed) during the preceeding financial yearRate of Annual Subscription
More than or equal to Rs. 1 croreRs. 21000/-
More than or equal to 50 lakhs and up to Rs. 1 croreRs. 16000 /-
More than or equal to 10 lakhs and up to Rs. 50 lakhsRs. 11000/-
Up to Rs. 10 lakhsRs. 7000/- for Non SSI and Rs. 4000/- for SSI companies.
The above fees includes Rs. 1000 towards the subscription of monthly Newsletter “Elsoftex” and cost of various other mailings

Understanding the importance of membership fees. A strategic investment for exporters

In the realm of export-driven industries, membership in organizations like ours, the Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC), is not merely a formality but a strategic investment. Our annual membership fees structure is designed to reflect and accommodate the diverse needs and capabilities of our members, ensuring equitable access to resources and benefits.

The fundamental premise behind membership fees is simple: to sustain and enhance the services and opportunities provided to our esteemed members. Let’s delve deeper into why paying membership fees is crucial for exporters:

  1. Access to exclusive resources. Membership fees enable us to curate and provide a wide array of exclusive resources tailored to the needs of exporters. From market intelligence reports to trade leads, networking events to training workshops, these resources are instrumental in empowering exporters to navigate the complexities of global trade effectively.
  2. Advocacy and representation. By paying membership fees, exporters contribute to collective advocacy efforts aimed at representing their interests at various levels of government and industry forums. This advocacy is vital for addressing policy challenges, removing trade barriers, and creating an enabling environment conducive to export growth.
  3. Networking and collaboration opportunities. Membership fees facilitate the organization of networking events, trade delegations, and business matchmaking sessions, fostering collaboration and partnership opportunities both domestically and internationally. These platforms facilitate knowledge exchange, market exploration, and the forging of strategic alliances, ultimately enhancing the competitiveness of member exporters.
  4. Capacity building and training. A portion of the membership fees is allocated towards organizing capacity-building programs, workshops, and seminars aimed at enhancing the skills and capabilities of exporters. These initiatives cover diverse areas such as export documentation, market entry strategies, regulatory compliance, and technological advancements, equipping exporters with the knowledge and tools needed to thrive in the global marketplace.
  5. Sustainability and growth. Membership fees play a pivotal role in ensuring the sustainability and growth of organizations like ESC. These fees contribute towards operational expenses, staff salaries, infrastructure maintenance, and the development of new initiatives, thereby enabling us to continuously innovate and adapt to the evolving needs of our members.

In conclusion, membership fees are not merely financial obligations but strategic investments that yield substantial returns for exporters. By paying their dues, exporters gain access to a plethora of resources, advocacy platforms, networking opportunities, and capacity-building initiatives that empower them to succeed in the competitive world of international trade. At ESC, we recognize the invaluable contributions of our members and remain committed to delivering maximum value for their investment.

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