Are you planning to visit anytime during the month of November in Delhi? If so, then think of booking business class flights to Delhi and visit the India International Trade Fair (IITF). The capital city of India plays host to many trade fairs and exhibitions every year, and the IITF is undoubtedly a major trade event which is eagerly awaited by both the business community and consumers alike.
The India International Trade Fair, which was first launched in 1980, is organized by India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) every year during the month of November. The ITPO is Government of India’s nodal trade promotional agency. The IITF has ever since its inception being continuously organized for above two decades now. It has evolved into a premier event for the business community from India and worldwide. The ITPO holds the IITF between November 14 to 27 every year at New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan, which has become its permanent venue.
The annual India International Trade Fair is quite significant and grander in scale and participation. The prominent feature of this event is that every year there’s a new Partner State and Focus State from India. Since the IITF sees major participation from foreign countries, on the lines of Indian States there’s similarly a new Partner Country as well as Focus Country in this grand tradeshow.
The India International Trade Fair has over the years emerged as the largest and unique tradeshow of its kind in Asia. It has become a major attraction for exporters, importers, traders and manufacturers, and a huge number of consumers as well. Moreover, the tradeshow has also become a tourist attraction where the people are regaled with cultural extravaganza and diverse delectable cuisines from India and other countries of the world.
Exclusive pavilions from around 30 States and Union Territories of India are set up in an area spanning 94,300 square meters. The tradeshow has so far seen the participation of over 7,000 domestic and foreign companies from 48 countries. The huge popularity of IITF can be gauged from that fact that nearly40,000 domestic business visitors and 63 foreign trade delegations have participated in the tradeshow. The countries from where trade delegations visited include Oman, Nigeria, Nepal, Mexico, Malaysia, Malawi, Lesotho, Kenya, Japan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Iran, Hong Kong, Ghana, Germany, France, Costa Rica, China, Canada, Burkina Faso, Brunei, Bangladesh, Australia, Angola and Afghanistan. The trade fair has also attracted over one million general visitors.
The prime objective of India International Trade Fair is to demonstrate before the world India’s technological advancement and industrial progress. The tradeshow offers an effective platform and a great opportunity to the companies who want to showcase their products from diverse sectors such as power, telecommunications, healthcare and body care products, cosmetics, jewelry, processed food, household and kitchen appliances, garments, textiles, and engineering and electronic goods. The Indian consumers also take advantage by visiting the 14-day-long tradeshow and buy products on offer at the IITF.