The advent of the shared economy model disrupted the way people commuted, travelled, worked & lived. It enabled a self-sufficient ecosystem pulling in consumers and investors alike. How can an economy built on shared resources survive in the times of Corona? Is the gig economy model still relevant & sustainable or does the new world order signal the return of older, traditional norms? How is this impacting investor sentiment in 2020 and beyond?
Key Highlights:
  • One can expect a sharp 80-90% improvement in the shared RE sector in the coming months. The rest 10-20% recovery will take more time.
  • To restart and reboot the economy, it has to be a joint effort between the government and the entrepreneurs.
  • Many Indian states are aggressively reaching out to manufacturers across Asia to draw investments in their states
  • At the back of the pandemic, customer sentiments are changing with an increased focus on safety and well-being.
  • Technology, evolution from just being space providers to solution providers will play a vital role in ensuring long term sustainability of businesses. India is one of the most attractive destinations for investment, will attract surplus capital from around the world in the next 6-12 months.

Attended by 800+ participants from Duff & Phelps, IKEA, HDFC Realty, Corenet, CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, Indiabulls, Edelweiss, ANAROCK, Citibank, Innoven Capital, Colliers, Knight Frank, Savills and many more.