The show, ‘Tracking the Recovery – Real Estate’, aims to be the final word on India’s real estate story
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | August 1, 2014
Bloomberg TV India, the English business news channel, is launching a series called ‘Tracking the Recovery - Real Estate’. The show will put the spotlight on the road to recovery of India’s real estate and analyse the triggers of the industry’s growth by engaging industry stalwarts in a series of exclusive round table discussions. The show will also rank India’s most successful real estate firms.
The realty sector in India is upbeat about Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s Budget promise to provide incentives for the establishment of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT). This has sent the stocks of real estate developers soaring, and there has been a continued improvement in the overall macro-economic scenario – both telltale signs of the real estate sector coming back on track.
The Indian real estate sector has enormous potential at churning out huge revenues and contributing to the country’s economy. Yet, the sector has to overcome a lot of challenges in order to move ahead and be stable. The show will help one understand the challenges faced by the real estate industry, as well as the means to clear the roadblocks in its path.
Lavneesh Gupta, COO, Bloomberg TV India, said, “‘Tracking the Recovery – Real Estate’ promises to serve as a reality check for the Indian real estate market. Our efforts will be to focus on the larger issues around the real estate industry and its future growth, as the country’s best thought leaders highlight the growth triggers and map the sector’s road to recovery. Taking into consideration our position, as a responsible business news channel, we will present an up-to-date analysis on an industry that contributes to the development of the economy.”
‘Tracking the Recovery – Real Estate’ will be a five-part series comprising panel discussions with the best minds in the sector, on a single platform, to be held in Mumbai and New Delhi. The panels will be moderated by Mini Menon, Executive Editor, Bloomberg TV India.