This study investigates the share of SMEs in foreign exchange earnings. The data was collected from primary and secondary sources. The experience of ten developed nations showed that promoting SMEs sector is one of best way to boost up economic activity, and particularly its setup in less developed countries such as Pakistan. As Pakistan is a developing country and can increase its foreign exchange earnings through accelerating its exports, which can be achieved through promoting SMEs sector. Underlying research is case study of Sindh Province which is the hub of Pakistan’s business activities and SMEs are playing a significant role in exporting the different varieties of fruits such as Dates, Guava and Mangoes and handicrafts, that contribute much in the export earnings of Pakistan. Based on the survey data in hand and its analysis justifies that the small scale business which are commonly known as small & medium enterprises are the back bone in certifying export activities. On the other hand research have proved that SMEs have major contribution in foreign exchange earnings by exporting major fruits and hand made garments to developed countries.