The G20 summit will be held at the renewed ITPO complex, also known as the Integrated Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre (IECC) at Pragati Maidan, which will be inaugurated on 26 July. The Delhi will finally have a top-notch convention and exposition centre that would allow the national capital to become a major event destination.
The convention centre will compete with the Hannover exposition Centre in Germany and the National Exhibition and Convention Centre (NECC) in Shanghai for the top 10 spot among exposition and convention complexes worldwide.
The Details Of ITPO Complex, New Delhi
The Pragati Maidan Convention Centre is India’s largest MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibits) venue, with over 123-acre campus area.
The renewed and modern IECC complex, is now rival for big names like the Hannover Exhibition Centre, Germany and the National Exhibition and Convention Centre (NECC) in Shanghai in terms of space covered.
Capacity For Seating At IECC
A majestic seating capacity of 7,000 people wait on level 3 of the conference facility, making it even bigger than the famed Sydney Opera House’s seating capacity of roughly 5,500 people in Australia.
The IECC is now recognised as a location suitable for holding major conferences, international summits, and cultural shows on a global scale with this amazing feature.
Exhibition Spaces To Display Goods
Seven cutting-edge places are available in the exhibition rooms to display goods, inventions, and concepts. These ultra-modern rooms offer the perfect site for exhibitors and businesses to interact with their target market, encouraging professional development opportunities.
The IECC boasts a spectacular amphitheatre with 3,000 seats among its many remarkable features. This massive modern art amphitheatre is equivalent to the space of three PVR cinemas that offers place for exciting performances, cultural events, and entertainment activities. The IECC is made to offer great comfort to guests with more than 5,500 parking places.
Source-Times Of India