In the present economic scenario, entrepreneurial development has assumed increased significance because the objective of industrial development, regional growth, and employment generation depend greatly on it. In fact, entrepreneurial development is a key to economic development. Similarly, small-scale industries and small business enterprises today constitute a very important segment in the Indian economy, and are also closely linked to entrepreneurial and economic development. However, the process of liberalization and economic reforms since 1991, though creating tremendous opportunities for the growth of entrepreneurship and SSIs, have thrown up new challenges of building competitive strengths, introducing technology up-gradation and quality improvement, and increasing productivity. Entrepreneurship Development and Small Business Enterprises examines these issues and offers valuable input and insight to students of this subject. Enriched by the author's rich experience in both industry and teaching, it successfully reduces the gap between practical industry experiences and theoretical institutional studies by giving real and practical examples.