Kenya Trade Show 2011 is one of the premier exhibitions for household consumable industry, which will be taking place from April 2-4, 2011, at The Sarit Expo Center in Nairobi. The main focus of the trade show will be in the sectors of Automotive, Building & Construction, Food & Hotel, IT & Electronics, Office Equipment, Medical, Plastics, Printing, Packaging and Industrial. Numerous visitors and exhibitors are expected to book business class seats
to attend the trade show. Travel to Nairobi by First Class Flight
or business class airlines to see a wide range of exhibits here. The exhibitors attending the Kenya Trade Show 2011 would include professionals associated with Industrial Products; Health & Medical; Plastics, Printing & Packaging; Food & Hotel Supplies; Machinery, Electrical; Interiors; Agriculture & Fisheries; Automotive; Air Conditioning; Electronics; Office & Computers; Telecom, Satellite; Home Appliances; Building & Construction; Water Technology and Power & Energy; Pharmaceuticals; Oilfield, Marine, Aviation; Laboratory & weighing Instruments; Safety & Security; Hospital Supplies; Scientific Equipment; Textiles & Garments; Personal Care; Sports Goods & Fitness; Mining & Drilling; Real Estate & Investment; Consumer products; Free zones; Export Promotion Councils; and Fashion.
Buyers and exhibitors from more than 20 countries across the world would be making all efforts to get business class discounts and travel by cheap business class flights to Nairobi
to attend the Kenya Trade Show 2011. The visitors at the trade show will comprise of Importers, Consultants, Contractors, Buyers, Manufacturers, Traders & Distributors, Engineers, Exporters, and related professionals. Visitors from all over East & Central Africa, while exhibitors from over 20 countries will be participating in the trade event. Visitors from neighbouring countries such as South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Mozambique and Zaire would be catching business class flights to Nairobi
to take part in the event. Undoubtedly, Kenya Trade Show 2011 would prove to be a unique platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and industry professionals to establish direct business relations with prospective trade buyers and increase their sales lead.