Mumbai, Apr 23 (ANI/Business Wire India): Terrapinn is back with one of India's most significant annual real estate events in Mumbai 'Real Estate Investment World India (REIW) 2008'.
With less than a week away, this groundbreaking conference will be held from April 28-30 in Mumbai. The three-day long forum will serve as a key platform to map out opportunities within India's property sector.
India's nine per cent GDP growth rate and the opportunities in its real estate market are well chronicled.
The fundamental issue that REIW India purports to address is how to successfully tap into the rich and deep real estate sector while maximising its untapped potential.
REIW India 2008 is a world-class conference that allows industry luminaries within the Indian real estate market to meet, network and conduct business.
Participants at this established platform can look to penetrate the complex and multi-faceted Indian property sector, refine their portfolio management and investment strategies while forging rewarding joint-venture partnerships.
Featured speakers include: Dr. Khater Massaad, Chairman | Chief Executive Officer - Rakindo Developers | Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority, Anuj Puri, Chairman and Country Head - Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj, Pranav Ansal, Vice Chairman and Managing Director - Ansal Properties and Infrastructure, Peter Morgan, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific - HSBC, Kapil Wadhawan, Vice Chairman and Managing Director - Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited amongst many others trusted industry voices.
"REIW India was an enriching experience. It provided a superb networking platform for our Capital Markets team. We foresee this event evolving itself to become a premier real estate event in India," said Vivek Menon, Head of Marketing and Communications - Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj, India.
Sponsors for the 2008 event include: DHFL, Rakindo Developers, Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj, Mahindra Lifespace Developers, The Triangle Real Estate Fund Managers, True Value Homes amongst many other renowned industry players.