Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs partners Business Broadcast News

NEW DELHI: Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India and Business Broadcast News have formed a strategic partnership to introduce a series of trade shows in the Indian market.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two is aimed at developing exhibitions in India around various themes including but not limited to infrastructure development, power and energy as well as telecommunications. The two companies are expected to synergise to deliver innovative offerings in the Indian market.

Reliance Broadcast Network, which is part of the Reliance Group of India and is associated with Business Broadcast News, owns and manages a portfolio of media vehicles across India that covers everything from radio and television to print and digital media.

The MOU was signed by Raj Manek, Managing Director of Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India, and Sriram Kilambi, President of Business Broadcast News, in Mumbai. Messe Frankfurt, through its own initiatives and experience, has already established a series of shows within India, including Light India, ACMA Automechanika and Techtextil India. These fairs have become highly-recognised staples in Messe Frankfurt’s global portfolio, which includes more than 100 exhibitions annually worldwide.

Speaking at the ceremony, Manek noted: “Messe Frankfurt has received great success and recognition so far with the three shows we have in India. But in order to continue on the growth path, and tap emerging opportunities in the country, it is imperative that we form strong alliances with strategic partners where we complement each other’s strengths. To date we have received fantastic support from government departments and industry associations, and believe this will now only increase and further enhance after our tie-up with an experienced powerhouse Business Broadcast News, which will enable us to reach these new sectors in India and install both the heritage and proven professionalism of the Messe Frankfurt brand within this market. We very much look forward to working with our new partners, and I believe our firms will benefit greatly from this cooperation.”

“We entered this new partnership because we truly believe that Messe Frankfurt is committed to the India market. They offer professional platforms which have been proven again and again to be effective, informative and well-rounded. Our goal is to present Messe Frankfurt a better understanding of key growth areas in India’s economy and ultimately work together to conceptualise and ideally position our joint exhibitions as the leading events within the chosen sectors. Through our extensive network of media channels and products, as well as our knowledge of the Indian business needs, Business Broadcast News plans to grow our influence in the Indian exhibition industry,” said Kilambi.

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