About the Conference
Delegate Profile
Conference Brochure
Download Form
Register Online
Speaker Profile
Organisers
Contact Us
Sponsorship Details
Press Release
Conference Update

Relevance 

The best way to predict the future is to invent it.

It is not enough to peer through the mists and see into the future. The practical manager will ensure that his actions in the present, as much as sensible reactions to the past, will help him create the most desirable future. A future that is not an end in itself but a continuation of growth, a present capable of delivering the promises of yesteryears. It is not enough to eulogize the past and reward oneself for the accomplishments of the present. The future is the key. And the future is invented by what we undertake today.

The Indian realty sector is a sector from which much is expected in the future. It is much maligned sector, subject to the vagaries of the economy, highly susceptible to changes in policies and yet directly affects the well being of the nation and its people. Hence it is important not just to see into the future but to make the future happen as we would like to see it: A future that bodes well for all: A future with as little anomalies as possible. A future that will ensure homes for all, prices that are practical and reasonable, cities that are safe and sound…

About the conference 

The CW Property Today 2nd Annual India Realty Conference, after a highly effective and successful one last year, is back again year on a bigger platform, a bigger idea and bigger names in the industry.

Mr. Anuj Puri, Chairman & Country Head (India), Jones Lang LaSalle has kindly consented to be the Conference Chair for this conference.

The conference theme this year is not about the past or the present or even the future. It is about seizing the day and ensuring that tomorrow shapes up as we want it to. The subject matter covers the most crucial aspect facing the industry on a gigantic proportion – HOUSING FOR ALL – to the policies and practices that hold the key to achieving the impossible. The larger picture does not impair our visibility on other matters that are equally important – innovations that can help transform the future of construction, of financial aspects that hold the key to development and growth, of balance and stability.

The conference is one of its kind that attempts to go beyond the ordinary and analyse, predict and invent the future. With industry leaders playing the lead roles in this conference, the sector can rest assured that journey to the future will not only be well begun, but by the end of the day, we will have reached our destination half way. The other half will be the implementation and creation of the future.

Key takeaways

  • How can the industry help in making ‘housing for all a reality’ without losing sight of its top lines
  • What can the government do in bringing about policies and regulations that are builder friendly
  • The proper targeting of the vast middle class market and a burgeoning luxury home buyers
  • Making the most of innovations in construction technology, material, design and architecture
  • The most fruitful and practical routes to funding in the future
  • The importance of going green and making it count, ecologically and economically
  • Business models that can work in any market, churning or otherwise 

Format

Our conference is headed by a Conference Chair, an eminent personality connected with the policymaking sphere relating to the industry. The Chair, along with Session Chairs, leads and summarises the conference’s key points, and makes recommendations to policymakers and the industry.

ASAPP Conferences believes that interactivity at conferences results in better spread of understanding ground issues as well as in involving our delegates in discussions in regards to operations, technology and policy. Such interactivity also helps in evolving critical issues and taking them further in the form of recommendations. Consequently, the conference is replete with panel discussions, often involving delegate participation, and exhaustive Q&A sessions.

A typical session opens with the Session Chair’s introduction to the session’s main subject. This is followed by related addresses by the panelists in that session, a panel discussion, and Q&A. The session concludes with a summary by the Session Chair.

Our typical conference includes two coffee breaks and a lunch break during the day, allowing plenty of time for business and professional networking opportunities among attendees.

www.freepressjournal.inwww.firstinfocentre.orgwww.99acres.comwww.indiaproperty.comwww.Domain-b.comwww.costructionupdate.comwww.constructionworld.inwww.cwpropertytoday.comwww.indiancementreview.comwww.joneslanglasalle.co.inwww.baionline.in