The second edition of ‘TFT Round Table’, organised at BCEC- Mumbai, has opened yet another window for peeping in past, present and fate of exhibitions in the city.
Numerous inquiries, which were expeditiously replied by concerned government officials with successful prompt results, would have been tended to long back to spare enormous entirety put by organisers in benefiting obligatory permissions to hold exhibitions in Mumbai
Envision, an officer requesting that organisers approach and apply for licenses yourself; rather than steering through an ‘Agent’, furthermore- committing on the all conceivable help to avail these licenses.
In any case, we live in an ‘Agent’ era where everything must be steered through and an ‘Agent’ and thus, Exhibition is no exemption.
The whole Fraternity must acknowledge Sushil Shah, the VP Strategy at BCEC and his team who agreed to address such a forum in spite of knowing the most extreme warmth will turn on them.
Worth mentioning that while Sushil’ son was being attended by a doctor at a city hospital, he was able to answer hard hittig questions by Ashish Gupta- the great moderator, myself , the organisers and the invited authorities.
I must specify that…
1- The TFT Round Table is a not for profit forum and non sponsored event by any company; including BCEC
2- We shall address all issues one by one or as it happens with same zeal and enthusiasm
Many thanks to recognized specialists for making the occasion live and result oriented and of course – the participants, without whom the occasion would not have seen the sunlight.
TFT demands the organisers to backing such forums as this just helps the whole exhibition fraternity of the nation
M Q Syed
Editor In Chief