Index Fairs is India’s leading trade fair for interior design and architects; spread over 300,000 sq. ft., this is one of the largest events in this sector. The event, held in Mumbai in May, attracts worldwide participation from across the world: Turkey, Australia, Italy, the UK, Germany, Taiwan, China, etc.
Index Fairs is known for its design-led spaces and initiatives, all of which are irresistible to top trade visitors – architects, builders and interior designers.
This show provides a unique and focused B2B platform for interacting, networking and transacting business with trade buyers from India and across the globe.
Mumbai is located on the Western coast of India. The city is serviced by one domestic airport at Santacruz and an international terminal at Sahar, the iconic T2. Both are a little confusingly called Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport! (Tip: Look for the ‘domestic’ or ‘international’ tag).
Mumbai enjoys a tropical climate. We have three main seasons – the summer, from about March to June, the Monsoon or Rainy Season from about June-July to September, and a very mild winter between November and February.
Mumbai is a relatively easy city to get around. There are ample public transport options like railways, buses, auto-rickshaws and taxis. You can find ride-sharing apps like Uber and a local alternative, Ola, which are very popular. We would recommend that overseas visitors stick to these, or use prepaid or privately hired taxis.
The standard unit of exchange in India is the Indian Rupee. The conversion of a rupee is typically INR 66 to 1 USD and INR 70 to 1 Euro. Indian coins come in denominations of 1, 2, 5 and 10 rupees, while the notes are in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 2,000 rupees.
We welcome you to Mumbai and are confident you will thoroughly enjoy your visit to our country and our vibrant city.