The city of Mumbai is regarded as the major commercial and financial district of India. The city’s largest port helps government to generate maximum revenue for the nation. According to recent survey reports, Mumbai has also become the 5th costliest city in the world. Being a treasury of wealth and opportunities, the city has also become a favourite destination for trade shows. Recently, many trade shows in Mumbai have been organised and many more are expected to feature soon. To accommodate them, various exhibition centres in Mumbai have been opened.
One of the most reputed and busy exhibition venues in Mumbai is Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC). This permanent exhibition centre was erected in 1991 at NSE Mumbai, Goregaon (E). It enjoys the privilege of hosting maximum number of trade fairs and exhibitions in Mumbai. This is an ideal venue for any small to large events. The facilities of BEC are updated and easy to access.
Air conditioned seminar or convention halls, air conditioned restaurants, western style lounges, cafeterias are the most sought-after facilities of Bombay Exhibition Centre. The centre feature business communication centres, service centres and site offices also. Besides, it has the provision for parking space too.
Among all the exhibition centres in Mumbai, the Bombay Exhibition Centre so far has hosted different array of trade shows for pharmaceutical ingredients, textiles, cosmetics, toiletries, perfumery, health care, edible oil and Indian agro, spices and processed food items.
The other exhibition grounds in Mumbai that again remain busy with trade show schedules are World Trade Centre Mumbai, MMRDA Exhibition Center, Bhanushali Hall, Renaissance Hotel & Convention Centre and Nehru Centre. The JVPD Ground is another interesting exhibition centre in Mumbai, which hosts marvellous car and bike shows.
Apart from these, the other venues that are booked for high-end trade fairs in Mumbai are Grand Hyatt and Taj Lands End. These venues are many times accessed for organising the exhibition for jewellery, fashion, and lifestyle sectors in India at grand scale.