In an effort to combat the escalating spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in Kenya, President Uhuru Kenyatta, on 26 March 2021, announced a second lockdown.

In compliance to this new directive, the Sarit Expo Centre has postponed all large exhibitions and events that were to take place in April until further notice. "At this time, we stand together with the rest of Kenya, and the world in doing everything we can to slow the spread of Coronavirus, and to ensure our healthcare centres are not strained," says Jason Zeelie, CEO of Sarit Expo Centre.

While most events have been pushed forward, we will be in the office during this entire period and available to our clients through various digital methods of communication.

"We look forward to helping with planning and preparing for your events that will soon be held as soon as the restrictions are lifted. For now, keep well, and stay safe," says Jason Zeelie.

In the meantime, we offer expertise and our space for hybrid and virtual events, video conferencing and web streaming. Please get in touch with us on or +254 020 7762310 to get the best rate for your virtual and or, live streaming event.