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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Mission Transparency-CREDAI CONCLAVE on 24-25th Nov.


S.S. Dogra

CREDAI Conclave will be held on 24-25th November, 2011 at Taj Place Hotel, New Delhi. The CREDAI Conclave will showcase the very top brass of Government, influential corporate bigwig, renowned international luminaries, business and banking experts and every significant player in India’s burgeoning real estate Industry. Sh.Kamal Nath-Minister for Urban Development, Kumari Selja-Minister for Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Sh.Saugata Roy-Minister of State for Urban Development, Prof.K.V.Thomas- Minister (Independent Charge) for Consumer Affairs, Sh.Arun Maira-Member of Planning Commission & Sh.Santosh N Hegde-Ex. Lokayukta, Karnataka will be the main speakers. The Conclave will include five key topics such as From the eyes of the Generation Next: Young Developers Summit, Empowering financial institutions for a sustainable fund flows, The big picture, future of India in urban development context, Aligning Centre, State & Local authorities for transparent governance & Turning point & key issues of growth from top developers of the country.

Brief Introduction of CREDAI

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) is the apex body for private Real Estate developers in India. CREDAI represents over 6,000 developers through 18 member associations across the country. CREDAI links private real estate developers to the government and customers through numerous initiatives and activities. CREDAI’s success in bringing the majority of organized private real estate developers under a single umbrella is a potent force that promises the rapid development of the realty sector—one that knows itself as a major driver of India’s economic growth. For more detail about the conclave please visit www.credai.org/conclave.


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