Exhibitions India Group
Launched in 2015, and hosted by the India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) & Exhibitions India Group,
this Mega Event incorporates five expos with the view to develop attractive, safe and smart cities that evoke pride, passion and a sense of belonging among citizens:
One Mega Event is the largest trade show and conference of its kind in the country to attract industry experts and leaders from the city, government and community to share their views and proposals to make cities more sustainable, efficient, transparent, and, above all, enhance the quality of life of its residents.
From ground-breaking start-ups to blue-chip multinationals, companies from 40 countries unveil the latest in technology products and services across 20,000 square metres of exposition space.
In his congratulatory message to the Exhibitions India Group for hosting One Mega Event 2018, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi wrote, "Our Government's urban development initiatives are aimed at creating state-of-the-art urban spaces. Whether it is the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) or Smart Cities Mission or Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana - Housing for All (urban), the welfare of our citizens is central to all initiatives," adding that it is commendable that One Mega Event aims to provide a platform for interactions on various aspects of urban development. "Such a forum will help the industries and policymakers to learn from the expertise of each other and explore the latest technologies."
India's urban population is expected to increase to 843 million by 2050 - accounting for about 50% of the population. The Prime Minister's Smart Cities Mission is part of the overall strategy to accommodate the massive urbanisation that is expected in the future. The Centre's mission to develop smart cities opens up big opportunities for the private sector.
One Mega Event features action-packed conference sessions, panel discussions, plenary sessions, and provides opportunities for one-to-one meetings, group discussions and networking activities. A full line-up of over 50 conference sessions enables delegates to collaborate and share best practices across a wide range of smart technology areas. A world-class exhibit space ensures an experiential trade show for all those involved in promoting efficient buildings, solar power, smart transportation, smart cities and smart water management.
This trade show brings together global industry leaders, exhibitors, industry associations, speakers, government administrators, municipal bodies, urban planning experts, investors, pioneers, technology innovators, architects, academia and the media to envision the cities of tomorrow. Government and business delegations from all across the globe will attend the expo.
One Mega Event is ranked number 1 on Google listings, and is considered a must-attend event in this genre worldwide.
We will be delighted to receive your expression of interest to participate in the expo.
Exhibitions India Group
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