Global buyers to benefit from the market worth 1 trillion dollars
The African market, where the leading company of the trade fair industry, CNR Holding, has made significant progress following the two-year work, will prefer Export Gateway to Africa to make purchases in the fields of import. Reshaping the global-African trade activities, the exhibition will become the intersection for the African countries that make purchases worth 1 trillion dollars annually.
Export Gateway to Africa, welcoming industry representatives of the public and private sectors from 54 African countries where common market rules are in effect in accordance with the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, will host bilateral B2B meetings between buyer delegations and international manufacturers. The bilateral business meetings, fully focused on trading, will yield long-lasting business agreements for exhibiting companies.
Industries including furniture, home textile, marble, marble machinery, health, oral and dental health, medical equipment, cosmetics and self-care products, hygiene and cleaning products, footwear, ready-to-wear, building and building supplies, electricity, energy, food, food processing machinery, tourism, hotel and safety equipment will get together with thousands of buyers only from Africa via Export Gateway to Africa.