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Indian Property Show records brisk business

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The 14th edition of indian property show which concluded successfully over the weekend received phenomenal response during the three-day event at world trade centre.

the 14th edition of the indian property show was attended by more than 22000 visitors. — supplied photo

the exhibition witnessed highest number of visitor footfall in its history as over 22000 people visited the show while exhibitors did brisk business with increased number of enquiries and business transactions.

“we had a fabulous show it was indeed the best ever in terms of number of visitors and business. i think the promising outlook and the healthy environment after the formation of a stable government at centre were few of the reasons which attracted such a great number of people to our show” sunil jaiswal ceo sumansa exhibitions organisers of indian property show said sunil jaiswal chief executive of sumansa exhibitions organisers of indian property show.

alok anchan assistant general manager rajesh lifespaces said: “we had a very good number of walk ins to our booth at the show. there was immense crowd much higher than any of the shows we have attended in the past leading to about 300 business leads and i am confident of converting and selling about 25000-30000 square feet. we are truly delighted with our association with indian property show.” nishant singhal director strategy at investors clinic said: “we have been participating in this exhibition for last three years however this time the event was very special because change in the government has happened in india and it has significantly revived sentiment towards investing plus the footfall was way better hence we are expecting very good conversions as compared to last events.”

sanket r. kathe assistant manager marketing at soundlines realty said: “it was an ideal platform set up by sumansa to interact with the nris in dubai. we are thrilled with the response that we received throughout the show and appreciate sumansa’s efforts. the arrangements were fantastically done and every query was catered to immediately. in a nutshell i would like sumansa to keep up the good work and would definitely wait to hear about the next show dates”.

on the other hand visitors seemed equally thrilled and happy a visitor to the show manoj chaurasia felt that the exhibition was very nice everything was perfect and lots of options were available. he has previously visited the exhibition twice and wants to buy a property in mumbai.

another visitor vasudevan looking for a property in his hometown chennai expressed that the exhibition was very good all exhibitors had good information and there were a lot of options to choose from. he felt it was a good place to do pre research before the purchase.

overall the three-day show did great business and both visitors and exhibitors are now looking forward to the next show.

— businessئkhaleejtimes.com


Indian Property Show records brisk business

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