I am also conscious of the fact that no one would dare to file a case. It will only make them a laughing stock and force me to further expose their fault lines and consumer grievances/backlash in the public domain. This is one business where there is always more to conceal than reveal.
As per the statistics, the Exhibition had 20 000+ visitors 8,000+ VIPs and 200 foreign exhibitors; altogether about 150 orders of intention were signed; the transaction amounts reached up to USD 1.2 billion. Ninety percent of the exhibitors were satisfied with the Exhibition, which was also highly praised by relevant government departments and industry.
The Indian real estate sector has always been perceived by investors across the world as attractive proposition in terms of quality assets across segments. The recent policy changes and reforms have further shaped the perception of global investors on India as these reforms are seen as India’s endeavour to given an image makeover to the real estate business.
Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) will also support International Real Estate and Investment Show (IREIS) as Strategic Partners in organizing the “Abu Dhabi Investment Forum 2018”, a specialized investment conference with a lineup of topnotch global experts, renowned academics, and seasoned practitioners to enlighten audiences with Abu Dhabi’s current investment trends and potential opportunities.
The International Real Estate and Investment Show (IREIS, a B2C sales and networking platform where spot sales are permitted, the 10th edition is bringing leading local and foreign real estate developers under one roof will reflect the attractiveness of UAE‟s real estate sector and will attract investors from various parts of the world.
The UAE residents from Syria, Yemen, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, India and Pakistan have increased demand for Caribbean citizenship to 51%, especially to St. Kits & Navis, Dominica, Grenada, Antigua & Barbuda and St. Lucia – the highest in the world – according a report released by AAA Associates, a Dubai-based immigration consultancy.
Irony is that even though the sector has succedded to some extent in attracting the young talent by poaching on professionals from established and matured sectors like IT/ITeS, banking, finance and telecom etc, the retention of these professionals have been quite challenging.