Mumbai will host the India’s first ever Show on Housing Societies Management – Housing Societies Management Show 2017 on 10th, 11th & 12th March 2017 at Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai.
The expo will create the common platform for members of Societies and wide range of professional/certified service providers/manufacturers who will include 40 categories – electrical, plumbing, sanitation, leakage, cementing, color, painting, fire safety, CCTV Surveillance, Access Control Systems, Automated Boom Barriers, Composting Machines for Organic Waste, Solar Energy and Rain water harvesting systems amongst others.
While commenting on the idea behind this show Dilip Raghvan – Director, Intellize Expo Pvt. Ltd. said “Maharashtra has millions of members residing in over 1,02,000 Registered Societies. In Mumbai alone the estimated combined annual expenditure for maintenance of societies in the Mumbai Metropolitan region is over Rs.1200 crore. The huge segment like this had no common platform where the professional services providers/manufacturers on one hand and seekers of these services i.e. members/Office bearers of the societies on another can meet, connect, communicate and transact whereby the members of societies not only find solutions to their existing problems but also get value for money service/products for maintenance and improvements in their respective societies”.
The members of over 3000 housing societies expected to visit this expo will get to witness, meet and interact with over 40 different categories of competent and certified vendors under one roof. And who knows, many looking to fix the certain problems in their society for years, may find its solution right here, instantly and at ease!
The expo has already garnered the support of some of the reputed bodies/associations such as Maharashtra Societies Welfare Association (MSWA), Professional Housekeepers’ Association (PHA), National Solid Waste Association of India (NSWAI), Indian Pest Control Association (IPCA), All India Real Estate Agents’ Association (AIREAA) and Women’s Legal Forum for Housing Societies (WLFHS).