14,000 people visit The Indian Property Show 2007 held during 17th-19th May at Airport Expo.This figure reveals the record success of this 'Indian property show'. Find out what the news headlines say:

Sunil Jaiswal, CEO of Sumansa Events, organisers of the Indian Property Show commented, 'The figures speak for themselves. In addition to the Rs. 2,500 Crores (US$ 513 million) of enquiries, there has been over Rs. 265 Crores (US$ 54 million) of deals actually completed at the show. It once again goes to show that the three day Indian Property Show continues to be the largest property show of its kind in the world.'

'From 12,000 visitors over the four days of our first Indian property Show in 2006 we have just had over 14,000 people visit our second show in only three days- a growth of over 10% in terms of visitors overall and a daily increase of 25%. Airport Expo has proved itself to be a very successful venue for us and we are now in the process of planning the next Indian Property Show which will be held on the 13th to the 15th December, again at Airport Expo.'

The Vatika Group, Alliance Projects, Devansh Construction were some of the many developers present at the show and investment opportunities were available for land, houses, apartments and commercial properties in regions across India.

Also at the show, visitors were also able to discuss legal issues and financing options with exhibitors. ICICI & Emirates Bank launched another exciting and valuable service to its customers by offering NRI's- Non Resident Indians- the opportunity to avail of 100% home finance to buy their dream home in India.

source of information: Ameinfo.com
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  • that seems like a great show..

    Is there a way to get a profile of these visitors?