Bangalore, India, June 29, 2018: The Indian Wedding market is big and fat in all the aspects. The wedding business in India is thriving and the socioeconomics unmistakably confirms this reality. A normal Indian spends more than one-fifth of his lifetime’s savings on a wedding. With each passing year, the size of the wedding market continues expanding, and we at EWPC, scale the tempo to make these multi-day celebrations as sumptuous and grand as possible. India, being one of the biggest wedding markets, witnesses nearly 10 million weddings every year, with total spends ranging anywhere between INR 25 lacs to INR 25 crores.
Exito Media Concepts Pvt. Ltd. has announced the 6th edition of their flagship event; the Exotic Wedding Planning Conference – to bring together more than 150 wedding planners from around the globe. The event is an ROI driven platform enabling the confluence of wedding planners, vendors and service providers in the industry to initiate meaningful business relations.
The industry leaders and innovators are invited to share their knowledge and experience with the peers at the conference through keynotes and panel discussions. The first list of speakers includes some really big names in the fraternity: Gunjan Bansal (CEO, L’amore Weddings), Alison Phillips (Chief Wedding Orchestrator, Engaging Events Ali), Meltem Bayazit Tepeler (Founder President, KM Events), Sarah Young (Director and Owner, Sarah Young Events), Rosemary Ratnam (Proprietor, Rings and Roses), Nadia Duran (Director, Events by Nadia), Devika Narain (Founder, Devika Narain and Company), Chris Stephenson (Creative Director, Exquisite Productions), Rituraj Khanna (CEO, Q Events Pvt. Ltd.), Mohomed Morani (Director, Cineyug International Entertainment), Rahul Kumar (Director, Vivaah Weddings), Mushtaq Ali (CEO, Celebrations), Elie Berchan (Creator, Elie Berchan Weddings and Event Creations), Aarti Mattoo (Founder and Chairperson, Momentum Group), Samit Garg (Founder/ Director, E Factor), Neelabh Kapoor (Creative Director and Founder, Studio Neelabh Experiential Weddings.
Apart from their phenomenal body of work and unique experiences, the speakers will be deliberating on the following topics including, ‘The usage of technology to gain momentum’, ‘Licenses and the norms of hosting Weddings’, ‘In a world of online vendor directories, is there a need for a Wedding Planner?’, ‘TMI! Too much information for the client: ‘Effective’ or ‘Harmful’?’, ‘The role of a Wedding Planner: The Couple v/s The Parents’, ‘With so many new destinations opening up to weddings, how does one keep focus?’, ‘The art of client servicing’, ‘Managing wedding planning logistics’, ‘Leveraging the power of Social Media and its advantages’, ‘How to recycle your decorative items while preserving their quality?’, ‘Wedding industry 4.0’, ‘The change in attitude with the rise of Middle Class’, ‘ Budgeting – Bang for their buck’, ‘CSR initiatives for wedding planning companies’
EWPC aims at extending a holistic platform to the wedding planning fraternity; facilitating learning, networking and collaborations over the two days’ in a celebratory setting.