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The 15th East Africa International Trade Exhibition 2011

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    Wadau karibuni nimekutana na hii kwenye mail nimeona niwakumbushe na wengine nasi tuthubutu EAC ndiyo hiyo inakuja...

    Diamond Jubilee Hall,
    Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania
    Pic | Map
    24 - 26 September, 2011
    10 AM TO 06 PM
    Business Visitors Only

    The Gateway To The 380 Million Consumer Market Of The East African Region
    The 15th East Africa's International Trade Exhibition (EAITE) is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania, the hub of the vast East African market.The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 30 countries and visitors from all over East & Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to explore several countries in one time.
    Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade centre. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighbouring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

    The event is supported by a very effective promotion campaign that includes:
    • Mailed / Posted Invitations to establishments and professionals of the entire industry including importers, traders, manufacturers, exporters & re-exporters, distributors, agents, traders, wholesalers & retailers, government agencies, service providers, related media, business promotion agencies etc.
    • Email Invitations to all the above.
    • Advertising in local and regional newspapers, publications, magazines, directories and related catalogues.
    • Advertising in the National Radio, FM and TV
    • Hoardings & Billboards
    • Telemarketing
    • Internet promotions
    • Press coverages
    • Visits to top firms in the industry.
    • Roadshows
    Key Personnel from all Related Industry Including:
    • Manufacturers
    • Importers
    • Exporters
    • Traders & Distributors of related Products, Equipment & Machinery
    • Govt. & Private purchasing organizations