• Support U.S. real estate developers and investors’ participation in India’s manufacturing and infrastructure build-out, including projects such as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and Navi Mumbai.
• Advocate for the early passage of the Real Estate Regulation Act to promote transparency, accountability, and efficiency, for both buyers and builders.
• Streamline land acquisition-related clearance and permitting processes for manufacturing units and infrastructure projects; encourage land acquisition before inviting bids.
Held a Smart Cities Conclave to discuss and explore the vast potential India presents in Urban Development technologies.
Led a successful industry advocacy mission to the Vibrant Gujarat Summit in 2015, establishing the Council’s prominent role in India’s economic development as the official partner organization of the United States.
Convened a members-only interaction with state officials and officers from the city of Vizag to explore the possibility of converting the city into a modern Smart City.
The Council has drafted several white papers on issues such as Smart Cities, Smart Cities financing, and permitting in India.
Convene a regular conference call for members to showcase the latest trends in the commercial and residential real estate markets in India, as well as highlight top cities and neighborhoods for housing and office spaces.
Mancini has been with USIBC for 10 years, supporting its Board of Directors, operations, and staff.
Mancini studied at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA where he graduated in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in History.
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