Acetech New Delhi at Pragati Maidan was apportunity to source from over 4285innovative products and technologies showcased by 2715+ exhibitors
Acetech is the largest annually held exhibition in India on architecture, construction, engineering, building
materials and allied sectors. The exhibition provides an authoritative representation of every sector in architecture and design and shows the latest innovations in the construction industry. Acetech is a perfect platform for designers, architects, developers, product manufacturers and service companies. The exhibition is accompanied by a symposium for new ideas and solutions for construction related issues.
The Acetech in New Delhi took place from Thursday, 14. December to Sunday, 17. December 2017. Focussed on the progressive architecture, construction and design industry, Economic Times Acetech deals across 22 product categories that cater to wide audience across various segments.
It may be mentioned that Acetech is a series of Asia’s largest architecture, building materials, design and decor exhibitions, recognised as India’s premier portfolio of events for bringing major international and domestic
players from the building and interiors industry. Originated in Mumbai in 2006, the show now also runs in Delhi, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad. The Acetech series of events annually attracts over 2,800 exhibitors (combined) and showcase the latest products, technologies and services available in the market.
Economic Times Acetech New Delhi is a leading trade event in Asia and the third of its kind in the world. Hosted over a span of 4 days at Pragati Maidan, this year’s show availed its participants and visitors an opportunity
to exhibit, exchange, invest and progress at a pace newly accomplished. Exhibitors from across the world were seen celebrating the chance to showcase their potential by providing detailed demonstrations of latest products and services, within industry segmented pavilions. The exhibition features the presence of a plethora of knowledgeable and influential stalwarts from the aforesaid sectors.
Top government authorities have graced the event over the years, right from Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister of Urban Development; Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of Ministry of Human Resource Development, and Nitin Gadkari, Honourable Union Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping to name a few.