HYDERABAD: In a major opportunity for real estate companies in South India, Telugu Association of North America (TANA) is organising an International India Expo (IIE) in Detroit, USA from July 2 to 4.
The three-day expo which will take place at the 20th TANA conference at COBO Center, Detroit, will provide an opportunity for upcoming as well as established real estate companies from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh to promote their brand and products on an international stage, thereby attracting more investors to the state.
“The conference would provide an ideal platform for any player in the real estate industry to interact and connect with the NRI clientele in USA. We are offering everything under one platform -- from budget real estate players to luxury villas,” said Rajesh Sukumanchi, founder and CEO, IIE.
The organisers feel that emerging players in the industry would benefit immensely from the expo as they will get a chance to interact with a large number of NRI investors and will get an opportunity to showcase their brand.
“We are looking at limited number of exhibitors for the expo and we already got a good response from the initial tapping we did. This would be a great opportunity for the emerging brands as it accentuates the brand recall in the international arena,” Rajesh said.
While the organisers are expecting around 30 to 40 companies from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to attend the expo, apart from a few more companies from Bengaluru and Chennai, they are leaving no stone unturned to ensure the exhibitors feel comfortable. “We are distributing exhibitor directory for the registrants at TANA to create greater brand recall post-show for the exhibitors. We would also provide booth staff at the venue to help the exhibitors. In addition to this, we offer a comprehensive package which includes travel, visa and accommodation assistance for the benefit of the exhibitors,” Rajesh added.
The brochure and webpage www.iiexpo.in, were unveiled here on Thursday by Garapati Prasad, TANA India coordinator and Subbarow Chennuri, deputy India coordinator.