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The Economic Times & Saint-Gobain are back to host the Smart Green Summit & Awards 2018 on April 27th, 2018 at the Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi. The Summit includes multi-faceted conferencing activities that will showcase International and National Keynotes, Policy Roundtables, Thought leadership on Sustainability and will culminate in a glamorous award evening that is set to recognize the game changers of Indian architecture and design.
In its past 2 editions, The Smart Green Summit and Awards has successfully encouraged and recognized new ideas and techniques that incorporate sustainability and technologically driven developments over the years. The third edition of The Smart Green Summit and Awards looks to the future of living places centering on the theme ‘Wellbeing in Living Place'. The categories for the Awards this year focusses on smart living places across the segments of: home, work, hospitality, healthcare, education, and public spaces to name a few. Individuals, communities and organisations are invited to register their nominations for these most coveted awards by the 20th of March 2018.
The Summit is going to witness the stalwarts of the industry from national & international markets who will mull over the larger agenda of creating a sustainable future. In attendance will be an audience of over 500 eminent developers, architects, designers, government officials, sustainability experts, and other architecture and design related executives who work towards creating well-being in living places.
Elaborating on the summit and awards, Mr. Deepak Lamba, President - Times Strategic Solutions, said, “In modern society, sustainability should be an intrinsic part of a company’s DNA. Hence, the Saint-Gobain and The Economic Times Smart Green Summit and Awards brings together the top leaders on the sustainability and innovation front as they seek to uncover solutions to the most pressing modern day environmental challenges. In doing so, we seek to build a better world for us all.”