The exhibition, set for February 25-27, is being organised by ZimTrade in collaboration with Trade Capacity Building Project. It will target players in various sectors including food processing, arts, crafts, furniture, horticulture and manufacturing.
30 Zimbabwean companies will participate in this event, said one of the organisers. Companies that need to look out for business opportunities but do not need to mount an exhibition are also being encouraged to attend as business visitors.
Zimtrade said the main objective of the exhibition was to identify investment and business opportunities in the neighbouring country and beyond.
The solo exhibition has been set up to help identify investment and other business opportunities with the aim of consolidating and strengthening the existing relations between Zimbabwean businesspeople and their South African counterparts.
South Africa has been Zimbabwes major trading partner for decades.
The solo exhibition is a follow-up to the Cross Border Promotions Seminar that was held on November 17, 2009.Post published in: Economy