‘Congregations India Summit’ on Government, Political and Religious Events to be Held on December 24
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | December 8, 2020 | News
EEMA Tagglabs Congregations India
What is the future for big congregations in India post the COVID-19 pandemic? Can Government, political and religious events, which are large-format by definition, be physical events or remain in virtual or hybrid form? What will be the impact on tourism and allied industries? How does India plan to return to the old normal, but with safety protocols? In order to get these answers and to effectively understand the situation, EVENTFAQS Media will conduct the 'Congregations India' Summit, a virtual event in association with the Event & Entertainment Management Association (EEMA), on December 24, 2020. Several Union and State Ministers, senior bureaucrats and event industry leaders are slated to participate in the event.
Conducting safe large format events
Congregations India is a first-of-its-kind forum that envisions the future of events post-pandemic by presenting an opportunity for the Government and the event industry to continue to work together by discussing the values, processes and scope of various Government-conducted events. It aims to provide insights, knowledge and guidance for the smooth conduct of such events in 2021, post the pandemic.
Congregations India will showcase the appeal of government events to the event industry, addressing 5000+ industry professionals in the domain of entertainment, media, events and experiential marketing. As the path to normalcy for large format events is fraught with challenges, through this summit, the Government and event industry stakeholders will come together to set SOPs, in accordance with Government guidelines and WHO norms, that will allow the event industry to begin work in this category again.
Watch out for invaluable insights
The ‘Congregations India’ sessions will be insightful and refreshing, adding to the resolution of industry leaders to be self-reliant and progressive, moving ahead, blending technologies and techniques. The panelists include seasoned political leaders, top event professionals and other government representatives.
“The Government sector is critical for growth of events. The biggest congregations are done by them. Be it the BRICS summit or the South Asian games, the Mahakumbh or Indo-Africa summit, we have seen the sector grow tremendously. EEMA has members that have done all of these and more. As we say ‘India is an event’. Due to the pandemic, it will be even more critical to see how we can work closely with the Government to create more congregation event opportunities for our members,” said Roshan Abbas, MD, Geometry Encompass and EEMA President.
Curators of the summit include: Harindra Singh, Chairman & Managing Director, Percept Limited; Khurshid Ahmed, Founder and CEO, Advantage Services; Lalit Gattani, CEO, Showcraft Productions Pvt.Ltd; Manoj Goplani, Director, Seventy Seven Entertainment; Oum Pradyut, Managing Director at Phase1 Events & Entertainment; Pravin Shah, Founder, Big Brand Theory; Roshan Abbas, MD, Geometry Encompass and EEMA President; Sabbas Joseph, Founder & Director, Wizcraft International Entertainment; Shubhra Bhardwaj, Founder & CEO, Ferriswheel Entertainment and Ujjwal Chowdhary, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Adamas University, Kolkata.
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Through this summit, EVENTFAQS Media brings together government and event industry stakeholders to set SOPs, adhering to Government guidelines and WHO norms, for large format events in this category.