Korean consortium appointed to manage India’s largest convention centre

New Delhi, 24th July: A consortium led by the eSang Networks, a leading exhibition organiser in Korea, and KINTEX, operator of Korea’s largest exhibition venue, has won a bid to manage and operate the India International Convention and Exhibition Center (IICC) in New Delhi for 20 years. IICC is often referred to as the Dwarka project.

The consortium will become the first foreign operator of a major venue in India. IICC and KINTEX established a local subsidiary in India last week. The new company will be named Kinexin Convention Management. That company has been appointed to manage the venue since 2020.

Located 10 km from the Indira Grandhi International Airport, IICC is still under construction. By the end of 2019, when the first phase is completed, it will feature 60,000 m2 of gross indoor exhibition space. When completed, the second stage will feature an addition 180,000 m2.

Source: Exhibition World article