FOODAGRO Kenya 2016

East Africa's premier International Food, Hotel & Agriculture exhibition to host Exhibitors from over 20 countries
2016-11-11 - 2016-11-13
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Kenya's premier Food, Hotel & Agriculture exhibition returns to Nairobi from 11 - 13 November, 2016. FOODAGRO AFRICA 2016 will showcase top products, equipment and machinery presented by exhibitors from over 20 countries. Building on the success of previous events, the FOODAGRO AFRICA 2016 just gets bigger and better. Also contributing is the recognition of Kenya as one of the major access point in Africa and the huge volume of imports in the country for its own consumption for over 40 million consumers. Last year, Kenya imported goods valued at $200 million and re-exported goods worth $520 million. An enticing mix of consumer interaction and industry presence, the show boasts not only the highest attendance per day, but also the highest business dealings per individual. The number of exhibitors and visitors in 2016 is expected to rise by at least 20% since an aggressive campaign has been launched while celebrating the event's 19th birthday. Trade visitors from all over East & Central African countries are being invited directly and in collaboration with several regional trade bodies in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique & Congo. This year's show has an exciting line-up of both local and international companies and is an ideal platform for product launches, finding new buyers & distributors, promoting brand names & image, updating existing customers and updating oneself with the latest in the industry. The FOODAGRO AFRICA 2016 is the place to learn more about what's new on the food, hotel, kitchen & agriculture scene and present your own products to consumers and potential clients. The experience and comments of exhibitors at previous events indicate substantial gains from unexpected foreign visitors and we strongly feel that a rise in such statistics would ensure business specially for the foreign participants who form almost 80 - 85% of the exhibition.

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