Founded in 2006, ET Acetech was conceptualized to bring all the architects, designers, developers, engineers, contracting companies, material suppliers and technology providers under one roof for displaying and sourcing products expediently. But the concept has evolved over time and has become a premier platform for hosting and promoting innovations in the industry and creating better business networking opportunities among decision makers of procurement companies and suppliers.
Expanding Footprints: The exhibition was conceptualized and organized in Mumbai for the very first time and now it has expanded its presence across major cities such as Delhi, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru. An indisputable leader in the Indian trade fair domain, Acetech is also deemed the largest exhibition in Asia and the third largest in the world.
Exclusive Conferences and Allied Events: The show format enables exhibitors from around the world to showcase their potential by providing detailed demonstrations of latest products and services within industry-segmented pavilions.The Allied Events and Conferences formulated by Acetech aims to bring the industry leaders and government bodies together to network, exchange ideas and invest in a progressive nation-building activity. The Global Green Summit was instituted to focus on green initiatives while International Lighting Summit serves to bring together Indian and international lighting designers to highlight the innovations in lighting industry. Design Wall brings latest products and innovations to the fore for review by industry experts whereas Connect offers the opportunity for procurement teams of companies to directly meet and source from material suppliers and technology providers on project requirement basis.
Government Support: Over the years, top government authorities have extended their support to the exhibition. Last year, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra inaugurated the Mumbai exhibition, while Shri. Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister of Urban Development inaugurated the Delhi exhibition and Shri. Prakash Jawadekar, Hon’ble Minister of Environment & Forests and Climate Change was part of the Global Green Summit in Delhi.
As the contribution of the construction sector to India’s GDP continues to soar Y-O-Y, the GDP growth for 2015 is estimated to be at a healthy 9 percent. With so much buzz around PM’s plan to build 100 smart cities, there are innumerable opportunities for developers and architects to create a blueprint for a progressive India. ET Acetech is thereby an enabler that creates a global market to propagate business development of its participants. This year, too, ET Acetech promises to bring new innovations to the fore and support promising brands by giving them a platform to showcase their products before the bigwigs of the industry.