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ZITF says 78% exhibition space sold

by William William No Comments

THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has sold 78% of its exhibition space, as preparations for this year’s edition of the trade showcase gather pace, an official has said.

The multi-sectorial trade showcase, set to run from April 21 to 25, will be held under the theme Augmenting Trade and Investment towards a Shared Economic Vision.

The theme, according to organisers, builds on the engagement and re-engagement thrust that the country is pursuing, which is developing relationships with everyone.

“The marketing and promotion campaign, which was officially launched in November last year, has gained traction, with a total of 231 direct exhibitors having heeded the call to book exhibition space,” ZITF Company marketing and public relations manager Stella Nkomo said recently.

In terms of space taken, 38 882 square metres of the available 49 631 square metres of exhibition space has been taken up.

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Bookings start for ZITF 2020

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The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has received attendance confirmation from six countries in both Africa and Asia for the 2020 exhibition, an official has said.

Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, ZITF Acting General Manager Mr Nicholas Ndebele said the company has received increased bookings as compared to the same time last year. The 2020 show will run from 21 to 25 April under the theme “Augmenting Trade and Investment Towards a Shared Economic Vision”.

“To date, 171 exhibitors have already confirmed their participation by booking a total of 35 977 square meters of exhibition space. This compares favourably to the booking situation at the same time last year where 127 exhibitors had booked 31 584 square meters. Ethiopia, Japan, Kenya, Mozambique, Malawi, and Zambia have already confirmed their participation while countries such as Belarus, Egypt, Indonesia, Spain and South Korea are yet to confirm,” he said.

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ZITF Company benefits from Govt’s re-engagements efforts

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THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company (ZITF) is using the Government’s international re-engagement thrust spearheaded by President Emmerson Mnangagwa as a springboard to woo more international exhibitors as it strives to enhance the global stature of its exhibition.

In an interview with Sunday News Business after a Press conference to announce the official launch of the ZITF 2020 marketing campaign last Tuesday, the ZITF Company acting general manager Mr Nicholas Ndebele said the international exhibition organiser takes President Mnangagwa’s economic and business-oriented trips with keen interest as they present it with an opportunity to lure more international exhibition.

Read more here.. https://www.sundaynews.co.zw/zitf-company-benefits-from-govts-re-engagements-efforts/

 

ZITF Company launches 2020 marketing campaign

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THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has officially launched its 2020 marketing campaign as it builds momentum towards next year’s prime exhibitions in Bulawayo. 

The 61st edition of the ZITF exhibition will be held from April 21 to 25 under the theme: “Augmenting Trade and Investment Towards a Shared economic vision”.

ZITF Company acting general manager, Mr Nicholas Ndebele, yesterday said next year’s theme was aimed at locating the trade fair as the ideal platform to profile initiatives and innovations that are critical to setting the economy on a positive footing as the country focuses on achieving an upper middle-income economy by 2030.

Read More: https://www.chronicle.co.zw/zitf-company-launches-2020-marketing-campaign/

ZITF targets more foreign exhibitors for next fair

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THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company is targeting to attract at least 20 countries to participate at its 60th Edition set for April 23-17 next year.

The company is exhibiting at the on-going Intra African Trade Fair in Cairo, Egypt.

According to ZITF marketing and public relations manager, Ms Stella Nkomo, the company is participating at the exhibition to lure countries, companies and organisations to make the next edition their next stop in their quest to pursue investment and trading opportunities in Africa.

Read More: chronicle.co.zw/zitf-targets-more-foreign-exhibitors-for-next-fair/

ZITF hotel project takes shape

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THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company says it is finalising tenders for the construction of its hotel and conference centre.

The project, which is valued at $11 million, is expected to provide an alternate revenue stream for the exhibition company.

With a capacity of 300 beds, the hotel is set to become the biggest in the city.

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Government to use ZITF as re-engagement platform

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THE Government has identified the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) as one of the main platforms to engage the international community as it forges ahead to attract foreign investors to participate in the revival of the country’s economy.

Officially launching the 2019 ZITF marketing campaign on Thursday in Harare, Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said as the country works towards attaining an upper middle-income economic by 2030 it was of paramount importance to open up for business.

Read More: sundaynews.co.zw/government-to-use-zitf-as-re-engagement-platform/

ZITF hotel project takes shape

by William William No Comments

THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company says it is finalising tenders for the construction of its hotel and conference centre.

The project, which is valued at $11 million, is expected to provide an alternate revenue stream for the exhibition company.

With a capacity of 300 beds, the hotel is set to become the biggest in the city.

Read More: harare24.com/index-id-news-zk-90978.html