After Mumbai, Pune and New Delhi, World Trade Centre (WTC) is all set to start one of its centres in Nagpur in coming three to four years. World Trade Centre Association (WTCA) India’s director Zubin Jall while addressing media persons on Tuesday in Nagpur said that they have identified a suitable location in Sitabuldi considering the fact that it has maximum inter-change of metro routes.
WTCA, which has set up its centres in New York and Mumbai, has planned to be interconnected and hold regular seminars in Nagpur. Most importantly, these seminars would be attended by various CEOs of prominent companies.
Speaking about the current dull phase in reality sector due to implementations of demonetisation, GST and Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Jall said that India had faced similar situation in 2008. He also lauded government’s decision of implementing demonetisation, RERA and GST by saying that it was done for the betterment of the consumer and in the long run, the real estate would benefit and flourish.
Jall also spoke about WTCA’s decision of setting up a centre in a two-tier city like Nagpur over a metro city. He said that there was hardly any scope of growth in cities like Mumbai, Pune and Delhi as they’re already saturated.