India International Trade Fair Delhi 2013
The India International Trade Fair (IITF) began in 1980 and since then has evolved as major event for the business community. It is a leading event organized by the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO).
The IITF theme this year will be “Inclusive Growth”, which is most relevant and extremely important aim for India today. This year will mark the 33rd edition of the IITF and as always will have B2B (Business to business) and B2C (Business to consumer) components. The fair presents an interesting range; right from local artisans to MNC’s, covering diverse sectors, primarily in the consumer goods category. The IITF is one of the largest trade fairs in the world, in terms of exhibitors and visitor participation and has evolved as an iconic national event.
The unique aspect of the IITF is the participation of almost all states and union territories of India, apart from domestic and foreign companies. The IITF, offers participants from different segments of the industry adequate visibility for their products and services among fair visitors with demarked halls representing different sectors. Through its special display section of techmart, representing products and technologies of small and medium enterprises, Saras, highlighting tribal and rural handicrafts, good living, focus on products and goods relevant to daily living, ensuring a distinct visibility for generic product categories.
The entry tickets for the trade fair can be purchased from the ticket booths at Pragati Maidan from 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on weekdays and from 9.30a.m. to 2.00 p.m. on holidays.
It can also be availed from Customer Care Centres of 27 metro stations, namely Dilshad Garden, Mundka, Rajiv Chowk, Anand Vihar, Dwarka Mor, Punjabi Bagh, Dhaula Kuan, Noida City Centre, Rithala, Govindpuri, Noida Sec-15, HUDA City Centre, Janakpuri West, Central Secretariat, Barakhamba, Badarpur, Vaishali, Inderlok, Saket, MG Road, Kashmere Gate, Dwarka Sec-9, Peeragrahi and Jahangirpuri metro station between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on any day. Also the entry ticket can be booked online at http://www.iitf.itpoindia.biz by filling up a form.
20 token and smart card counters have been set up within Pragati Maidan, which will be functional from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. near gate no. 10 for the visitors using metro.
Entry fee for India International Trade Fair 2013
Business Visitors: Rs 400
- On weekdays: Rs. 50 for adults; Rs. 30 for children aged five and above.
- On weekends and holidays: Rs. 80 for adults; Rs. 50 for children aged five and above.
Dates and Timing
- Business Visitors: November 14-18, 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
- General Public: November 19-27, 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
How to reach
- DTC bus service is available from Rajghat to Pragati Maidan or from Dayal Singh Collage to Pragati Maidan.
- Delhi Metro can be taken to reach Pragati Maidan Metro Station (on blue line).
- Bus or truck: Rs. 350
- Car: Rs. 125
- Scooter or motorcycle: Rs. 50
- Bicycle: Rs. 2
Location of Stalls at the IITF
Here is a table displaying the location of various stalls at the IITF:
|Hall Number||Proposed Products Profile|
|1 Foyer||Incense/ Perfumes|
|1 Front||Textiles, Jute, Leather Goods, Footwear, Travel Goods, Artificial and precious/semi precious Jewellery|
|1 Rear||Food, Processed Foods and Agro Products.|
|2||Chattisgarh State Pavilion|
|3 & 4||Government Departments|
|5||Jharkhand State Pavilion|
|6||Government Participant and Foreign Participants|
|6 Mezza.||Uttarakhand State Pavilion|
|7 ABC (AC Halls)||SARAS-Display by Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART)|
|7 D (AC Hall)||Department of Social Justice|
|7 E (AC Hall)||Ministry of Water Resources|
|7 FGH (AC Halls)||Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)|
|8 (AC Hall)||New Product Launch|
|9 (AC Hall)||Coir, Handicrafts, Paintings, Crystal Glassware & Bone Chinaware, Corporate Gifts.|
|10 (AC Hall)||Service Sector:- Banks, Insurance, Financial services, Consultancy services, Construction and reality etc.|
|11 (AC Hall)||Government Departments|
|12 (AC Hall)||Cosmetics|
|12 A (AC Hall)||Consumer electronics and white goods like Fridge, Washing machines, Electronic Safes etc. Clocks, Laptops, Desktops and Computer hardware, Software, Mobile phones, Electronic Storage Devices, Video Games, Electronics related chain stores.|
|14 (AC Hall)||TECHMART by National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC)|
|15 (AC Hall)||KVIC - Display by Khadi and Village Industries Commission.|
|18 Ground (AC Hall)||Government Departments, State Pavilions and foreign Participants.|
|18 Upper (AC Hall)||Government Departments and Foreign Participants.|
|20||Government Departments/ State Pavilions|
|21*||Government Departments/ State Pavilions|
|22*||Home and Kitchen Appliances, Kitchen Hobs & Home Décor, Decorative items, Stationery, Kids items and Toys, DIY Tools.|
|24*||Hall No.24 (Hangar) Near Hall No.1A|
|25*||Hall No.25 (Hangar) Near Phoolwari|
|26*||Hall No.26 (Hangar) Near Hall No.12A|
|K-11||Defence Pavilion - Open Display Space|
Hall # 21, 22 & 23 are Hangers. Hangers shall be AC but the charges will be as per non-AC Hall for bare space/ shell scheme.
Last Updated on : 15/11/2013