India Big7 is re-scheduled to 14-17 October 2020
Dear Exhibitors, Partners, and Visitors,
In light of the constantly changing global situation relating to the COVID-19 virus, the lockdown in India has been extended to 17th May. With a long battle ahead of us all, we have continued to monitor the impact it is having not just on our industry which is at great pain, but on society in general. Many external and internal meetings took place and we reviewed various options about how, when and in what form to organize India Big7 and what is best for the industry. After consultations with key industry stakeholders, we have agreed that the best course of action, and with everyone’s best interests in mind, is to postpone the event which was due to take place on 16-19 September but still endeavor to organize it well before main buying seasons in India – Diwali and New Year.
India Big7 is now scheduled for 14-17 October 2020 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, NESCO in Mumbai.
India Big7 has recently joined a growing portfolio of Reed Exhibitions’ gift shows in Germany, Japan, Australia, Russia and China. We continue our relentless effort to further develop product segments, build and enhance a top quality exhibitor and visitor audience that is a trademark of our events, making it the leading corporate gift show in India. While these are uncertain times, we are determined to be fully ready for October.
We continue to closely monitor the on-going situation and will remain in close contact with all our India Big7 stakeholders over the coming weeks and months in our endeavors to ensure that a successful India Big7 can be conducted as per the aforementioned schedule.
Soon, we will step out from behind of our screens, we will look each other in the eye and we will do face to face business again!
Our thoughts remain with all those impacted by the virus.
If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact:
Chaitali Davangeri firstname.lastname@example.org
Mehraj Waghu email@example.com uk
Thank you for your understanding and continued support of India Big7.