South African Cultural Observatory

School & Office Expo, 18-20 May 2018, Nairobi Kenya

18 MAY 2018 - 20 MAY 2018
Category: Exhibition
Region: Western Cape
Town: Westlands
Cover Charge:
Contact Details: +254 752 848960
Booking Details: http://scofex.com/

“School & Office Expo, 18-20 May 2018, Nairobi Kenya” focuses on Stationery, Paper, Back-to-School, and Office Supplies & Technology Products. It will feature international exhibitors from over 20 countries, Visitors & Sponsored VIP Buyers from over 25 African countries.

               

Scope of the exhibition is entire EAST African region and not only Kenya. Main countries covered are - Burundi, Ethiopia, Malawi, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa, Congo, Madagascar etc

 

Budget booth packages starting just 1200 USD for a small 4 Sqm booth in Hall B which will include 1 Table, 2 Chair, and 1 Spotlight. This option is not mentioned in event catalogue-flyer, hence I am mentioning separately.

 Please go through the event website www.scofex.com   for further details or email on   info@scofex.com

Venue

Venue Name: Sarit Centre
Street Address: Sarit Centre
Pio Gama Pinto Road
Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya



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