THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company will this week hold its 2018 edition of the exhibitor masterclass seminars aimed at imparting exhibitors with requisite skills to improve their market visibility. ZITF Company public relations and marketing manager Miss Stella Nkomo said the exhibitor masterclass, which is in its second year running, would be held in Harare on Wednesday and Bulawayo on Thursday.
ZITF Invites bidders: “ZITF Company hereby invites proposals from interested firms for selection of a financial advisor and transaction advisor who shall develop a revenue model and appropriate structure for the project, prepare bid documents for selection of the investor and assist ZITF Company in the selection process,”
The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has sold 75% of its exhibition space, as preparations for this year’s edition of the premier trade showcase gather pace, an official has said.
“After the phenomenal success of the inaugural event, CBZ Holdings will be hosting the second edition of the CBZ International SME Indaba under the theme “Enhancing SME Growth through Smart Partnerships” from the 21st to the 23rd of March 2018 at the ZITF Grounds Hall 4 in Bulawayo,” CBZ said.
The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) will this week hold Exhibitor Master Classes in both Harare and Bulawayo as preparations for this year’s edition of the annual multi-sectorial business expo gathers momentum. In its second year running, the Exhibitor Master Class is a stakeholder …
In an interview, one of the organisers of the event, Mr Michael Ndinisa, who is the chief executive officer of MN Capital, said the importance of infrastructure was such that both the national and local governments need to ensure infrastructure provision is a prerequisite, not only for economic development, but also for the delivery of basic services such as water and health, among other things.
Preparations for the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) 2018 have gathered momentum, with 34 034 square metres of space already taken up. There is high hope that exhibitor interest – particularly by foreigners – would spike as dates draw close driven by the re-engagement process Government has initiated.
Kiyapili Sibanda, Sunday Life Reporter
ORDINARILY when the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company is brought up in conversation, many people are quick to think about its traditional business model: exhibitions.
It is a leader in its industry and the hub of corporate engagements — where industry trends, ideas, and innovative products are unveiled, but now the company is mooting an addition to its portfolio and are on the verge of joining the entertainment industry in the city.
From hosting business exhibitions like Mine Entra throughout the year, ZITF are adding a fresh feel to its activities by adding more arts and entertainment events.
Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter – Sunday News Online
THE Government in partnership with the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company will this month host an inaugural industrialisation conference in Harare focusing on industrialisation and unlocking economic growth.
In a statement, ZITF Company general manager Mrs Nomathemba Ndlovu said the business event dubbed, “Zimbabwe Industrialisation Conference and Exhibition” would bring together local and international industrialists, indigenous entrepreneurs, academics and business leaders together as well as high-level policy makers with a keen interest in industrialisation.