IDE Consulting, a global real estate solutions provider, will host the 12th edition of Hotelier Summit – India, which connects the buyers from across India and suppliers of various hospitality products and services from all over the globe.
As per the Press Release, taking place in the Sahara Star Hotel, Mumbai on June 6 and 7, 2017, the Hotelier Summit will bring together more than 1000 delegates from around the world illustrating to influential hotel owners, operators, developers, architects, interior designers, consultants, service providers and investors how to profitably leverage returns on their products and services.
The event will offer a solution-oriented platform by facilitating more than 1500 face-to-face meetings and showcasing more than 300 projects.
“India is rapidly becoming an attraction for foreign investment and hub for successful businesses. Global companies participating at the summit will have the opportunity to not only establish their brand presence in the region, but also have a chance to interact with major stakeholders,” said Ganesh Babu, Director at IDE.
“Real estate developers today are faced with a multitude of purchase needs, and the fulfilment of these requirements is a monumental task. As such, it is imperative for real estate project owners to completely redefine the way they develop, own, operate and service their projects. Procurement of the best products and supplies within the budget is a critical aspect of ensuring that the supply chain operates smoothly and effectively. To address this pressing need, IDE, serves as the ultimate mediator between suppliers and buyers, and are notably focused on areas of Investments, Real Estate, Hospitality and Construction amongst many others,” added Babu.
The Projects Team works on inviting buyers that have upcoming or on-going hospitality projects in the region and the Supplier Acquisition Team qualifies global suppliers based on their ability to cater to Indian market. From B2B summits to B2B consulting, IDE’s USP lies in providing end-to-end solutions to real estate developers, right from investment to project completion and sell-off.
“With continued growth in the real estate sector and an increasing number of visitors to the country, the possibilities for the hospitality industry in India are exciting. And it is against this backdrop that Hotelier Summit – India seeks to step in and meet customer expectations that will not just boost industry, but also give hoteliers a chance to discuss best practices and opportunities to improve operations,” concluded Ganesh Babu.