Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia 2018 in Expansion on New Exhibition grounds
Boasting 11 000 m2, Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia 2017 were as big as never before. After several successful events at the Gujarat University Exhibition Hall in Ahmedabad, with steadily growing exhibitor and visitor figures (2017: 283 exhibitors and 7110 visitors), the organizers reached the capacity limits.
Therefore, a strategic decision for a new location had to be taken, which would guarantee a further expansion of the event. The third event as a co-location will now take place at the Exhibition Centre, Helipad Ground in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India, from 7–9 March 2018. Moving to the new venue is the strategic step for the future of the events: the new venue will help the exhibitors and visitors to see the potential future growth of the exhibitions. Apart from an area of approx. 15 000 m2, the new grounds for the Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia trade shows offer an outstanding, state-of-the-art infrastructure. They are deemed to be one of the largest exhibition grounds for international events of India. Moreover, Helipad Ground distinguishes itself by extraordinarily good arrival and parking facilities. The proximity to the government of Gujarat and industry associations also has a positive effect. Furthermore, the new venue is very well received by international and local key players. This can be seen in the fact that numerous exhibitors intend to enlarge their booth spaces by up to 30 %. Thus, the event of the ceramics industry in the Southeast Asian region, which has meanwhile become indispensable, consolidates its position as major platform of the industry and attracts more and more decision-makers from user industries and ever more visitors to the trade show. This leads to synergies for exhibitors and visitors alike, also in respect of the even greater international mix and the broader range of products and services on offer, as all major exhibitors from around the globe will gather on the extended area.