Expo Group the organizer for B2B trade exhibitions for various key sectors will see a return to in-person international exhibitions at the Sarit Expo Centre for the first time since COVID-19 restrictions came into effect last year in 2020.
Sarit Expo Centre is already able to host up to 70 percent capacity per event, following the implementation of stringent health and safety measures.
We have so far hosted several local exhibitions such as the Kenya International Industrial Expo (KIIE), Nation Media Career Fair, as well as meetings, virtual and hybrid events https://www.facebook.com/saritexpocentre. However, the return of exhibitions like Kenya International Trade Exhibition (KITE), the Power &Energy Expo, and the Auto Expo 2021 is a major boost for the industry.
Jason Zeelie, CEO Sarit Expo Centre, is thrilled on the comeback of trade shows and exhibitions. " At Sarit Expo Centre, we are Kenya's premier and a standout COVID-safety venue which means all our business events, exhibitions and conferences are safely planned, with tradeshows and exhibitions being the vital spark of what we do."
The Kenya International Industrial Exhibition (KITE) is the largest of its kind in Africa for multi-sector products, equipment and machinery that will be happening as from 10-12 June 2021. The 23rd PPP Expo (Plastics, Printing, and Packaging), the 23rd Food Agro Expo (Food, Hospitality and Agriculture), the 22nd Indusmach Expo (Industrial Machinery, Tools and Hardware), the 22nd Medexpo (Medical & Healthcare Products) and the 23rd Autoexpo (Automotive & Spare Parts) are also scheduled to take place at the Sarit Expo Centre.
Other events taking place from 1-3 July include: the 9th Power &Energy Expo, the 7th Solar Expo and the 9th Oil &Gas Expo.
The exhibitions have grown in stature from inception as the key networking and sourcing platform for the industries.
For all your events, think Sarit Expo Centre!