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GIREM (Global Initiative for Restructuring Environment and Management) is an independent body focused on urban planning, development and Corporate Real estate. GIREM has been at the forefront in creating platforms to facilitate thought-sharing, exchange of ideas, knowledge and expectations in key areas related to infrastructure, urban planning, and environment issues to capture the business expectations, by bringing together all the important stakeholders of urban development and real estate in the country.

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  1. 1. www.girem.inA Platform for Corporate Real Estate Professionals GIREM Leadership Summit & GIREM City Focused Summits Snapshot
  2. 2. About GIREMWhat is GIREM - Global Initiative for Restructuring Environment and ManagementGIREM is an independent body focused on urban planning, developmentand Corporate Real Estate. THE PLATFORM FOR CORPORATE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS
  3. 3. What GIREM does…GIREM has been at the forefront in creating platforms to facilitate thought-sharing,exchange of ideas, knowledge and expectations in key areas related to infrastructure,urban planning, and environment issues to capture the business expectations, by bringingtogether all the important stakeholders of urban development and corporate real estate.
  4. 4. What is the GIREM Advantage.. GIREM connects all stakeholders of Corporate Real Estate in a common platform, so there is alignment of minds and myriad perspectives are unleashed. GIREM places special emphasis on the Corporate End Users of commercial and office spaces in India by addressing their needs and concerns to establish and operate in the urban Indian environment. GIREM acts as a catalyst to engineer change, to accelerate development in a structured and sustainable manner
  5. 5. Alignment of minds of Objective Closer integration of work betweenpolicy makers and the Corporates, office spacebusiness community developers and the government Learning from expert Enhancing knowledge presentations from of latest trends in the across the world Corporate Real Estate
  6. 6. GIREM Audience Corporate Real Estate Professionals – Buyers / Occupiers: ― COO’s, CEO’s, HR fraternity of Corporate India Urban Planners & Policy makers Central Ministers, Principal Secretaries, Bureaucrats Presidents, CEOs, Directors, Senior Managers of the real estate fraternity Builders, Developers, Construction companies Architects, Designers Real Estate Consultants, Marketing Agencies & Service Providers Real Estate Legal Firms Property Investment companies & Banks
  7. 7. EDGE Corporate End UserConnect to the key policy makersDiscover a platform to air your views andexpectations from the government Developer, Infrastructure providersNetwork with your peers from the industry Showcase your new projects and office spaces to the office occupiersDiscover from the city planners what beckons thecity’s future Discover GIREM as a platform to interact, debate, discuss, exchange news and views as well as exhibit Investors Learn and understand about new business opportunities Discover a large variety of Real Estate projects across the world Meet 200+ Corporate end users from different industries under one roof Obtain information on ongoing and upcoming projects Cultivate the right connections Interact directly with companies that fall under Connect to key decision makers your strategic investment guidelines Optimize your investment portfolio anda get the deal done faster
  8. 8. Policy Makers Architect/Consultant/City PlannersFacilitate growth and investment Network with influential business leadersin all sectors Connect with the key decision makers in theProvide a platform for the end real estate communityusers to air their views Meet office occupiersCreate new business districts Understand your clients/customers betterEnable effective, conducive town planning Gain knowledgeEnsure significant infrastructuredevelopment Build long term relationship with customersImprove mobility by creating wellconnected, user friendly transport systemconnecting business districts, city centre andkey locationsHear on Energy and other amenities key tothe growth of business in the city
  9. 9. GIREM Platforms1. Leadership Summit (Annually @ Goa) GIREM Urban Planning & Real Estate Leadership Summit2) City Focused Summits a) Bangalore b) Gurgaon c) Mumbai d) Pune e) Chennai f) Hyderabad g) Noida
  10. 10. 2011 CalendarEvent DateLeadership Summit Sept 29, 30 & Oct 01, 2011GIREM Bangalore March 04, 2011GIREM Gurgaon May 20, 2011GIREM Mumbai – Corporate Capital July 08, 2011GIREM Pune July 29, 2011GIREM Chennai August 19, 2011GIREM Hyderabad November 25, 2011GIREM Noida December 16, 2011
  12. 12. What happens in the Leadership SummitGIREM draws upon its unique internationalcoverage and reputation to bring together themost influential decision makers –Corporates, Developers and Policy-makers fromacross the world. Our Global Partner Immense Opportunity to showcase ongoing & upcoming projects, Participation from 24 countries - Top notch commercial office spaces and business stakeholders in the Corporate Real Estate destinations fraternity from across the world share their to the corporate audience presence at one meet
  13. 13. Three days to Win the Decade Cocktails & Gala DinnerPanel Discussions Talk back Leadership Keynotes Awards CEO ConclaveKnowledge forums Leadership Talks Enriched learning Networking & Deal Making
  14. 14. 1st GIREM 2008 Taj Exotica, Goa• Leadership talks by Shri. Jaipal Reddy, Honorable Union Minister for Urban Development and Mr. Som Mittal, President, NASSCOM• Over 150 attendees @ the event• The presence of Shri Jaipal Reddy, Minister for Urban Development shows the commitment to this industry• Key topics addressed included Hyderabad airport, retirement housing, refurbishing cities, green buildings, SEZs, responsible investment and more• Eleven GIREM Leadership Awards were given away to the worthy winners in the urban planning & Real Estate sector
  15. 15. 2nd GIREM 2009 Majorda Beach Resort, Goa• 160 participants attended GIREM 2009• Key topics included Affordable Homes, Private Equity investors and Indian Developers, Demand in the real estate market, Urbanization and Infrastructure, and more• Awards Night interaction with Shri. Digambar Kamat, Honorable Chief Minister, Goa
  16. 16. 3rd GIREM 2010 Zuri White Sands, Goa• 262 people witnessed and participated in the GIREM Leadership Summit• Focus: Development Inclusive Environment, Sustainable townships, Urban waste management, Tall buildings, Energy Management, Connected Real Estate: Remote Facility Management, SEZ, Project Management, What and where are commercial office space users looking for?, What are investors looking for?, Smarter Cities, Smarter Planet , City focus –Delhi/Gurgaon , City focus – Pune, A Model Real Estate (Regulation of development ACT)• Leadership Talk by Ms. Yashasvini Ramaswamy, MD, e2e people• Dr. Chenraj Jain, Chairman, Jain University delivered the leadership talk during Awards Night. He presented the awards to 11 worthy winners of GIREM Leadership Awards. The winners were selected by high profile jury members based on the scoring system, process verified by Ernst & Young.
  17. 17. Segment wise breakup of participants 2010
  18. 18. Some speakers at GIREM2008 & 2009Shri. Jaipal Reddy, Honorable Union Urban Mr. Graham Lieshman, Renaissance retirementDevelopment Minister living, AustraliaShri. Digambar Kamat, Hon’ble CM of Goa Mr. Sanjay Dutt, Jones Lang LaSalle MeghrajMr. Sushil Mantri, Mantri Developers Mr. Sachin Sandhir, RICS IndiaMr. Anuj Puri, Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj Mr. Subba Rao, CholamandalamMr. Som Mittal, NASSCOM Mr. Amit Bagaria, ASIPACMr. Simone Goode, John Mcaslan + Partners, UK Mr. B. R. Nagaraj, Google India Pvt. LtdMr. Santosh Martin, Divyasree (P) Ltd Mr. Srinivasan Karanam, CapgeminiLt. Col. Ramesh Menon, Cognizant Mrs. Kum Chun Seetoh, Jurong Consultants
  19. 19. Speakers at GIREM 2010Dr. Chenraj Jain, Jain University Maj. Gen. Kuldip Singh Sindhu, IBMMa’am Pamela Maria Mascarenhas, Dept of Tourism Mr. Joe Joseph, IBMMr. Naresh Narasimhan, VA Group Mr. Anshul Singhal, JSW Severfield StructuresMr. Ravi Rajan, DLF Goa Mr. Sanjay Dutt, Jones Lang LaSalle MeghrajMr. Vivek Dahiya, Gen-Real Mr. Bose Varghese, Ernst & YoungMr. Ashok B Lall, Ashok Lall Architects Mr. Sridhar Raghavendra, Mphasis HPMr. Arunjot Singh Bhalla, RSP Architects Mr. Sunil V, Tavant TechnologiesMr. Ulhas Parlikar, ACC Mr. Avinash Narvekar, Ernst & YoungMr. Raj Menon, InterfaceFLOR Mr. Rupam Dey, UBS SecuritiesAr. Yeshwant N Bivalkar, Architect & Planner Mr. Sumeet Anand, J.P. MorganProf. Chandrashekar, Indian School of Business Mr. Akhil Ganatra, ONE GroupMs. Yashasvini Ramasmamy, e2e People Practices Mr. Nick Scott, JSW Severfield StructuresMr. Naveen Puri, Genpact Lt. Col Ramesh Menon, CognizantPG Ganapathy, Milestone Ecofirst Advisory Services Mr. Aman Dutta, Ernst & YoungMs. Pinky Chandran, Radio Active CR 90.4 MHz Mr. Abhay Deshpande, VIAN TechnologiesMr. Marwan Abubaker, Radio Active CR 90.4 MHz Mr. Anckur Srivasttava, Prosperitous CapitalMr. Hardeep Dayal, ICICI Ventures Mr. Indraneel Basu, Synergy Property
  20. 20. Key end-users 2008 & 2009Alcatel-Lucent Huawei TechnologiesAMD India IBMAricent Technologies Indian School of BusinessBritannia Industries Kotak MahindraCapgemini LeviCareer Launcher LGCholamandalam MahindraCognizant MicrosoftDeutsche Bank Stratify Software IndiaGeneral Electric Tata consultancy ServicesGoogle Thomson ReutersHDFC Wipro TechHSBC
  21. 21. Key end-users 2010HSBC Software Development India Quatrro BPO SolutionsSasken Yes BankCollabera Solutions India Tavant TechnologiesAMD India Private Limited Mphasis HPEtisalat HCLLG Soft India Thomson ReutersTESCO Hindustan Service Center Nokia Siemens NetworkGenpact AOLCognizant Technology Solutions Mercedes-BenzWipro Technologies Alcatel LucentIBM Huawei TechnologiesTata Consultancy Services BirlasoftPhilips Innovation Campus
  23. 23. At GIREM Bengaluru 2010 & 2011 6.9% 2010; Total Attendees – 14513.8% Corporate End users • Corporate end users - 70 48.3% • Developers/Builders - 45 Developers/Builders Architects/Designers 31.0% and consultants City Planners • Architects/Designers - 20 • City Planners - 10 9.1%2011; Total Attendees – 165• Corporate end users - 70 21.2% 42.4% Corporate end users• Developers/Builders - 45 Developers/Builders• Architects, City Planners & Policy Makers - 3527.3% Architects, City Planners & Policy Makers• Media & Others - 15 Media & Others
  24. 24. At GIREM Gurgaon, 2010 Corporate End users10.7% 10.7% 42.9% Developers/Builders Architects/Designers and consultants 35.7% City Planners Total Attendees – 140 • Corporate end users - 60 • Developers/Builders - 50 • Architects/Designers - 15 • City Planners - 15
  25. 25. At GIREM Pune, 2010 9.7% Corporate end users 12.9% 45.2% Developers/Builders 32.3% Architects/Designers City planners, Consultants & OthersTotal Attendees – 155• Corporate end users - 70• Developers/Builders - 50• Architects/Designers - 20• City Planners, Consultants & Others - 15
  26. 26. At GIREM Hyderabad, 2010 9.4%12.5% 43.8% Corporate end users Developers/Builders34.4% City planners, Consultants & Others Architects/Designers Total Attendees – 160 Corporate end users - 70 Developers/Builders - 55 City Planners, Consultants & Others - 20 Architects/Designers - 15
  27. 27. Speakers at GIREM Bengaluru, Gurgaon, Pune & Hyderabad• GIREM Bengaluru 2010 and 2011, Gurgaon and Pune were well represented by speakers from the corporate world, real estate companies, consulting firms, architects, developers, Metro, Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Police Commissioner, Add. Commissioners of Traffic Police, Principal Secretary, Development Authorities, MLA’s and many more.• Speakers from top corporate companies included Infosys, IBM, Microsoft, AOL, Larson & Toubro, Mphasis HP, Genpact, Etisalat, Wipro Eco Energy, Maruti Suzuki, Intelinet, Capgemini, Cognizant and more.• GIREM Witnessed speakers from the real estate companies, consulting firms, developing firms, architectural firms, government corporations including CB Richard Ellis, DLF, IBM India, Certes Realty, Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj, Venkataramanan Associates, RSP Architects, GenReal Property Advisors, KGD Architects, Magarpatta, Christopher Charles Benninger Architects , Synefra Engg. & Construction Limited, One Group, Eco Solutions, Lanar Realtors, IDG Ventures, Synergy Property Development, KSRTC, BMTC etc.
  28. 28. Speakers GIREM BENGALURU 2010 GIREM GURGAON 2010Dr. A. Ravindra, Government of Karnataka Shri. Deependra Singh Hooda, MP, Rohtak, HaryanaDr. Ashwin Mahesh, Urban Research Strategist Mr. P.K. Jain, GCCIMr. Ram. T. Chandnani, CB Richard Ellis Shri. S.S. Deswal, Police Commissioner, GurgaonMr. Naresh Narasimhan, Venkataramanan Associates Shri. R.K. Kataria, Deputy Commissioner, GurgaonMr. Arunjot Singh Bhalla, RSP Architects Mr. Subinder Khurana, CyberCity SocietyMr. Rajiv Mathur, GMU RESO, IBM Ms. Vidya Srinivas, GenpactMr. Vinod Mathews, Microsoft Mr. Vivek Dahiya, GenReal Property Advisers Pvt. Ltd.Mr. Seetharam Vishwanath, AOL Online India Mr. Sachin Gulaty, JLLMShri. Praveen Sood, I.P.S, Bangalore Traffic Police Mr. Anoj Tewatia, Design Forum InternationalMr. N. Sivasailam, IAS, BMRCL Mr. Ramesh Sanka, DLFMr. Vivek Menon, Invicus Engineering Mr. Ajay Gupta, KGD ArchitectsMr. T.V. Varadarajan , Larson & Toubro Mr. Jasbir Singh, TEZMr. Sridhar Raghavendra, Mphasis HP Mr. Ravindar Dubey, Exergy.inMr. Sudarshan Ananth, Wipro EcoEnergy Mr. Samir Jasuja, Prop Equity Pvt Ltd.Shri. Krishna Byre Gowda , MLA, Bengaluru Mr. D.D. Goyal, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.Dr. C. N Ashwath Naranyan, MLA, Bengaluru Mr. D.P. Singh, Intelenet
  29. 29. Speakers GIREM PUNE 2010 GIREM HYDERABAD 2010Shri. Mahesh Zagade, Municipal Commissioner, Pune Shri. B.P. Acharya, Principal Secretary, Industries & Commerce Dept. & CIP, Govt. of Andhra PradeshMr. Satish Magar, Magarpatta Township Development & Shri. S. Vishwanath, Director – Planning, Hyderabad MetropolitanConstruction Co Ltd Development AuthorityProf. Charles Benninger, Christopher Charles Benninger Shri. M. Gopi Krsihna, Special Secretary to Government, ITArchitects Pvt Ltd PromotioMr. Praveen Apte, CB Richard Ellis Mr. George Johnson, City Head - Hyderabad, Jones Lang LasalleMr. Sanjay Bajaj, Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj Shri. N.V.S. Reddy, Managing Director, Hyderabad Metro RailMr. J.K.B. Singh, Capgemini Shri C. Sreedhar, Executive Director, Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure CorporationMr. Sridhar Raghavendra , Mphasis HP Mr. Joe Joseph, Smarter Planet Leader, IBM General Business, India / SA, IBM India LimitedMr. Akhil Ganatra, ONE Group Mr. Bhawarlal Jain, Executive Vice - President, Andhra Pradesh Real Estate Developers Association (APREDA)Mr. J.R. Tanti, Synefra Engg. & Construction Limited Mr. Sreedhar Reddy, President, Andhra Pradesh Realtors Association (APRA)Ar. Anshul Gujarathi, Eco Solutions
  30. 30. Speakers GIREM BENGALURU 2011Mr. Sankey Prasad, Chairman & MD, Synergy Property Development Services Pvt LtdMr. T.V. Mohandas Pai, Director – Admn, Education & Research, Finance, Human Resources, Infosys TechnologiesMr Sunil V, Director – Facilities, Tavant TechnologiesMr. K R Niranjan, Special Commissioner, Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP)Girish KS, Sr Vice President - Strategic Consulting, Jones Lang LaSalleMr. Sudhir Sethi, Founder, Chairman & Managing Director, IDG Ventures IndiaMr. Gaurav Gupta, Managing Director, KSRTCDr. T.G. Sitharam, Centre for infrastructure and Sustainable Transportation & Urban Planning, Indian Institute of ScienceMr. Jagannath Rao, Dy. General Manager, LG Soft IndiaMr. Naresh Narasimhan, Principal Architect, Venkataramanan AssociatesMs. Reeth Abraham, Indian Athlete & Arjuna AwardeeMr. Sridhar Raghavendra, Head of Facilities & Admin, Mphasis HPMr. K. M. Auradakar, Div Controller - Volvo Division, Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC)Mr. Mallesh Reddy, Chief Executive Officer, iTrans Technologies (India) Pvt LtdLt. Col Ramesh Menon, Bangalore Head - Administration & Infrastructure, Cognizant
  31. 31. Snapshot of key end usersGIREM BENGALURU 2010 GIREM GURGAON 2010 GIREM PUNE 2010 AOL India Genesis IT Innovations Infosys IBM Genpact Capgemini Larson & Toubro HCL Technologies Mphasis HP LG Soft Hitachi Barclays Technology Mercedes-Benz Honeywell HSBC Microsoft IBM Daksh The Times of India Mphasis HP Intelenet WNS Global ServicesTata Consultancy Services Maruti Suzuki Fidel Softech Tavant Technologies Quattro BPO Solutions Neilsoft Thomson Reuters Sparsh BPO Services Barclays Technology Wipro State Bank of India Tata Consultancy Services
  32. 32. Snapshot of key end users GIREM HYDERABAD 2010 GIREM BENGALURU 2011IBM India Limited Thomson ReutersINVESCO GENPACTDell Titan IndustriesMindTree Ltd HCLSAP Labs India Pvt Ltd Tata Consultancy ServicesGenpact India IBMWipro Technologies WiproDr Reddys Laboratories Ltd Nokia Siemens NetworksVerity Knowledge Solutions AccentureReliance Energy Tavant Technologies IndiaNess Technologies (India) Cognizant
  33. 33. Panel DiscussionsA high level panel discussion and interactionamong the developers, architects, urbanplanners, infrastructure providers andcorporate end users . Great learning and one of the best opportunities to showcase your company’s expertise and strength to an audience consisting of more than 150 End Users.
  34. 34. Exhibition StallsExhibition stalls at GIREM Bengaluru, Gurgaon, Pune & Hyderabad The developers, infrastructure and service providers get an opportunity to directly showcase the business destinations to the office space users, and make deal They can promote their marketing collaterals to their prospective office occupiers and provide information about their ongoing and upcoming projects The developers can also attract investments for their projects
  35. 35. NetworkingMeet and Greet the most influential decisionmakers and make deals.Network with your target audience and buildlong term relationships.
  36. 36. CocktailsCocktails and Dinner provide the right kind ofrelaxed opportunity conducive to the deal makingprocess End Users a happy lot
  37. 37. Testimonials “I have attended many conferences, avoided far more. But GIREM is really different, structurally different. This has proved to be qualitative difference. I think my visit has been very useful to me. And the participants have shown that, they know the problems as much as we know“ "It is very interesting format. The way the whole event has been put together. Its lot interactive with the audience. Its largely panel discussions of quality panelists come up Shri. Jaipal Reddy, there. And the format allows free flowing interaction with Union Urban Development both panelists as well as the floor"Minister, Government of India Mr. Anuj Puri. Chairman and “It is an amazing platform to be with, enhancing the Country Head, Jones integrated and multitasking skill sets of our FM “This event gave me an immense mind open Lang LaSalle Fraternity. Also it has thrown light on leadership and for different activities and it helped me to Meghraj Entrepreneur spirit of young and experienced interact and paved a platform to learn more managers in the industry to give thought to set up their from the great experts. The importance of own ventures.” waste, energy and space management is highly pinpointed” Mr. VaidyaMr. Anil Kumar Chandran, DGM and Head –Operations (Admin Birlasoft (India)and Facilities), Collabera Solutions, India Ltd
  38. 38. For more information:Mr. Shyam Sundar – shyam@girem.inMs. Tejasvini KB - No. 34, 2nd Floor, Andree Road, Shantinagar,Ms. Rupalim Mahanta – Bangalore-27 Ph.: +91 80 4083 8809 / 813Ms. Selvi P –