Messe Frankfurt Highlights Growth in India

June 21, 2016

Messe Frankfurt recently highlighted growth in its portfolio in India. Its subsidiary Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India has grown from a small office in Mumbai ten years into a company of over 100 employees managing 22 B2B trade fairs in India.

Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India’s portfolio now includes events such as ACMA Automechanika New Delhi, Ambiente India, Heimtextil India, Techtextil India and Light India. It has also acquired trade fairs including Automotive Engineering Show, LED Expo, Media Expo, Indian International Elevators and Escalators Expo.

The company also recently acquired Cerebral Business Research, an organiser with a portfolio of specialised conferences. This acquisition resulted in the expansion of Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India’s portfolio of up to 30 conferences covering telecoms, oil & gas, infrastructure, transport and logistics.

Raj Manek, Executive Director and Board Member of Messe Frankfurt Asia Holding said, “Redefining the contours of trade platforms in India, many initiatives and enhancements are planned for Messe Frankfurt’s flagship events in India in the near future. The company‘s strong growth metrics represent the efficiency and profitability of its business platforms and its dedication to provide rich trade fair experiences.”

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