UBM Index Trade Fairs will be hosting the second edition of India Kitchen & Bath, its exhibition for the kitchen and bath industry from July 22 to 24 at Pragati Maidan, in New Delhi.
According to a press release, the three-day fair is a strategic platform that will bring buyers and traders from sectors such as kitchen and bath equipments, OEM white goods, accessories, kitchen and bath furniture and fittings, lighting products with architects, interior designers, builders, project managers, consultants,procurement heads across the hospitality, corporate and Government, under one roof.
The event is supported by the Institute of Indian Interior Designers, All India Hardware Association, Hospitality Purchasing Managers Forum, India council of Ceramic Tiles & Sanitary ware and endorsed by the India Design Council.
The fair will be marked by knowledge forums, seminars, an art enclave, a sculpture zone and a Kudos Gallery (a tribute to Indian architecture design). The trade fair will also see a presentation on the ‘India Design Mark’ by The India Design Council, to promote innovations of budding architects and designers of the industry.
The release said the event will witness the presence of renowned brands such as Hafele, Geberit, Godrej Interio, Century Ply, Kkolar, Labacha, Saniflo, Hardwyn,Blum, Liebherr, Nagold, Glint Faucets, Lifetime, Brassage, Ecostone, JB Glass, Slimline, Karcher, Wadbros, Aquarium Bath, Sanituf, Mahalaxmi lumbers,Supreme Solar, Venus and Surajwood among others. It will see participation from countries such as France, South Korea and China.
Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India, said, “With the luxury market in India growing at a CAGR of 25 per cent over the last couple of years, the modular kitchen and sanitary ware markets have witnessed a shift from utility to luxury.Factors such as increasing disposable incomes, higher standards of living,increasing expenditure on beautifying homes and purchase of premium products,the industry is expected to further grow in the coming years. Against this landscape, UBM Indexfairs India with its second edition of India Kitchen and Bath will help tap and further harness the potential for this growing market in India”.