Retirement Living World India 2011

Venue: New Delhi

Location: New Delhi, India

Event Date/Time: Dec 07, 2011 End Date/Time: Dec 09, 2011
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India’s elderly population is growing rapidly. By 2020, it is estimated to double to 177 million, and continue to increase to 240 million by 2050. With 60% of Indian families being nuclear, the senior citizens are unable to depend on the traditional family support system. The need for retirement living facilities is highlighted due to the absence of any family members to take care of the elderly, creating strong domestic demand.
Indian diaspora adds to strengthen the potential of the retirement village market. India is well-known for its immigration of educated workforce to countries across the globe, and some of the early immigrants have become successful and financially capable, and most importantly they plan to come back to India to retire. This group of people boosts the market demands by creating the need for more luxurious housing and service.
Further to the aforementioned factors, the more recent economic exodus means that the parents of the young immigrants (or sometimes rural-to-urban migrants) are left back in India (or rural areas for the latter) without their children to take care of them and keep them company. With the change of mind set on how to spend the sunset years, they look forward to community and facility to lead a hassle-free life independent from their children.
Retirement Living World India is a senior level executive forum for developers, operators, investors and various industry solution providers to use as a platform to satisfy this growing demand by discussing industry growth, development, investment strategies and new return opportunities.
This will be the ONLY event that brings together the decision makers from a balanced mix of property developers, operators, financiers and non-for-profit organisations, providing a myriad of networking and educational activities that is extremely well received by delegates, speakers and sponsors.