24th - 26th November 2017

Sarit Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
Exhibitor Service Kit
Exhibition Venue & Address
Sarit Expo Centre
P O Box 14474, Sarit Expo Centre - Westlands - 00800 Nairobi - Kenya
Tel: +254 (0)20 3747408 / 254 (0)20 3748662

Catalogue Listing & Exhibitor Badges

Filling in and submission of below forms are mandatory for all exhibitors for a free entry of their company and product details in the Exhibition Catalogue. Listing should reach us 20 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition.
Catalogue Listing
Exhibitor Badges

Visa letter for overseas exhibitor

In case visa recommendation letter is needed from organizers, please fill the below form separate for each person attending the exhibition.
Visa recommendation form

Extra Accessories

Please fill the form below if any extra accessories required. Click here for list of available accessories and rates.
Extra Accessories form

Cargo Information
Cargo Agent
VENUE & TIMING
Sarit Expo Centre

Sarit Expo Centre
Nairobi - Kenya
24 - 26 November 2017
10 AM - 06 PM

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