Indian International Trade Fair the biggest conglomeration of national and international businesses in India unwrapped on the 14th with ‘Rural Development’ as its theme for the year.
This year will mark the 38th edition of the fair that represents India on a global level and brings together a plethora of businesses that also represent the many states and union territories that we have.
Businesses from participating countries for this year are China, Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Iran, UAE, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, South Africa, South Korea, Netherlands, Thailand, Tunisia, Vietnam, Turkey and Myanmar; with Afghanistan as the partner and Nepal as the focus country.
A considerable number of rural craftsmen, artisans and small-medium enterprises are participating in the event which would bring over 800 businesses together. The tickets for the event are available in 66 metro stations including INA, Saket, Rohini West, Shahdara, Rithala, Inderlok, Noida City Centre, Samaypur Badli, Seelampur, Azadpur, GTB Nagar, Rajiv Chowk, Central Secretariat, Hauz Khas, Malviya Nagar, MG Road, Huda City Centre, Noida Sector -15 and Akshardham. The tickets will not be available at the Pragati Maidan metro station.
For IITF 2018 Business Days are limited to three (14-17 November) while Public Days stretch to ten (18-27 November). Due to the construction of International Exhibition cum Convention center at Pragati Maidan, the entry is limited to three gates, Gate No. 1 (Bhairon Road), Gate No. 8 (Mathura Road) and Gate No. 10 (Pragati Maidan Metro Station).
Entry Fee Business Days: ₹500 per person, ₹1800 for season tickets
Business Days: November 14-17
Entry Fee Public Days: WEEKDAYS ₹60-Adults and ₹40-Children | WEEKENDS/PUBLIC HOLIDAYS ₹120-Adults and ₹60-Children
Public Days: November 18-27
Timing: 9:30 AM to 5 PM
Venue: Pragati Maidan