The Ideal Venue for any business occasion, display and meeting.
Chennai Trade Center was set up in 2001 by the India Trade Promotion Organization (Government of India) and Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (Government of Tamil Nadu) as a joint wander. Spread more than 25.48 sections of land, the Center has three huge Exhibition Halls and a Convention Center.
The three Exhibition Halls stretch out more than 10,560 square meters of aerated and cooled space, with no discontinuous columns or sections. They can be used for presentations, gatherings, traditions, item dispatches and for leading exchange, business and other industry-related occasions. Lobbies 1 and 2 are between lined by a vast hall, which has a section with two spaces for the coordinator. Lobby 3 is associated with a vestibule that prompts the Convention Center's dinner corridor. All the Exhibition corridors and Convention Center are interconnected.
Chennai Convention Center's offices are of global gauges and incorporate a scope of lobbies from 250 sq. ft. to 20,000 sq. ft. obliging from 25 to 2000 agents. The Convention Center has two corridors –A and B– with an aggregate seating limit of 2000 agents. It has a great hall range at the passageway, improving a similarly vast porch, finished with lavish gardens and spouting wellsprings.
The Trade Center is structurally and in fact intended to be a "best in class" Exhibition Complex. The Air – Conditioned lobbies with no discontinuous columns or sections, are prominently reasonable for multi-reason utilization of arranging displays, gatherings, traditions and leading other exchange, business and industry-related occasions. Every one of the lobbies are between connected and Hall No. 3 is associated with tradition focus.