The biggest real estate exposition to augment double digit growth announces
“Housing: The Game Changer; Leading to double digit growth”
Dec 02, 2013
Source : Newssuperfast

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) as an apex body today organized its regional Patna chapter at Hotel Windsor, Patna. Mr. Narendra Kumar, President, CREDAI Patna & Director, Kumar Buildcon and Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, President, CREDAI NCR & CMD Amrapali group discussed about the CREDAI conclave 2013.

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) as an apex body aims to bring together more than 9000 Real Estate Developers from 137 city chapters across 20 states of India under a single umbrella. It will continue its legacy of creating a platform for all its members, representatives from allied industries to understand different markets across India, at National Conclave 2013 on December 13- 14, 2013 at newly launched JW Marriott in New Delhi. Over the years, CREDAI has been taking various initiatives to increase the potential of the housing sector and accordingly themes for the conclaves are selected.
This year, the theme for the CREDAI CONCLAVE 2013, is “Housing: The Game Changer; Leading to double digit growth”


Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma, President, CREDAI NCR & CMD Amrapali group, “Today, real estate sector is the largest generator of economic activity contributing 6.3 % to GDP of our economy. Today, to maximize this growth to double digit, CREDAI is making a focused attempt to synergise all the efforts in creating a national congregation for the industry. CREDAI Conclave 2013, at New Delhi scheduled on November 13-14 will build a common platform on a large scale for industry players, dignitaries from ministry and governmental organizations, to put across and engage in the vision for the sector”


In this conclave 2013, CREDAI and Cushman & Wakefield, seek to understand how the potential of the housing sector can be maximized to ensure its contribution to its best capabilities towards the country’s economic growth. A white report will be also unveiled focusing on the contribution of real estate sector to the economy of the country.

 

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