Infrastructure Innovation Summit 2018 is all set to lay the platform for the biggest Infrastructure Innovation forum on 23rd and 24th May 2018 in Mumbai. Jointly supported by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (Govt. of India) and the Ministry of New and Renewable energy (Govt. of India), the forum is ready to witness some of the biggest names in the industry.
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IIS 2018 brings about immense opportunities for networking. With an equal opportunity for all participants to be part of discussions; participation of Architects, international and domestic Consultants, Urban planners, Developers, Ministry delegates, Tech CXO's, regulatory authorities to name a few, the forum will enable a huge networking opportunity, with the topics discussed being closely related to the future of infra metamorphosis.
The infrastructure sector is one of the key drivers of the Indian economy, which may also be the reason for the vested interest of the Govt., as well as a keen eye of foreign and domestic investment. However, there is a huge gap between the expectation and reality. A recent study shows that the required capital funding for meeting the urban population demands over the next two decades will be approximately US$1.2 Trillion. About 200 million people will move from rural to urban areas in India in the next 15 years. To have a sustainable development, the tentative investment required in infra is estimated at US$ 778 Billion, by 2022. Apart from sustenance, being at the forefront of innovation and designs, India has also seen a rise in path-breaking projects. This spirit can be seen in projects like World One and Yamuna Expressway. Understanding the future scope and decoding the current scene of Indian Infra has become the major challenge.
The IIS 2018 forum will give 300+ professionals from various domains, a chance to network and understand current trends and innovations from industry stalwarts who have opulent experience in the infrastructure domain.