Expogroup Events Listing for 2021/2022


Upcoming prime international trade exhibitions on : Automotives & Spare Parts, Building & Construction, Food & Agriculture Hospitality, Industrial Products & Machinery, Consumer & Household, Beauty, Medical & Health Care, Mining, Plastics, Printing & Packaging, IT, Electronics & Satellite Products ,Interiors, Furniture & Lighting, Power & Energy, Oil & Gas, Wood etc.

About Us

Expogroup began its operations in 1996 starting with export-oriented International Trade Exhibitions in the Middle East & Africa. Since then, it has been organizing annual trade fairs in 14 countries within the region itself. Apart from that, Expogroup has presented several other events in emerging markets such as the CIS, Australia, Latin America & India.

Completing 23 years in the industry, Expogroup has spread its network in more than 37 countries managing more than 20 trade fairs annually in various counties. Most of the hard work was done in absence of modern communication systems and facilities but come another 15 years, we foresee double the growth. For more info visit here.


Bluetti Lights up the First Home in Africa Under Project LAAF (Lighting An African Family)
Considering Africa’s potential of generating enormous solar power, the current situation in the continent is gruesome and actually quite opposite considering the energy generation. Over640 a. . .Read more »
Posted on : Thursday , 2nd December 2021
Kenya accelerates its PET collection and recycling agenda, thanks to Coca-Cola Africa.
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola. Kenya's sustainability mission continues to be driven by PETCO Kenya and other programmes such as trash segregation at source. . .Read more »
Posted on : Tuesday , 30th November 2021
Tanzania pledged urgent action and investment in more sustainable farming methods
Prof Siza Tumbo, the Deputy Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Agriculture, said the Tanzanian government was working with a variety of partners to combat climate change in the agriculture. . .Read more »
Posted on : Friday , 26th November 2021
Kenya becomes Africa's first country to have Climate Credit Facility launched for Agriculture.
ADAPTA, Africa's first climate adaptation credit facility for agriculture, was started in Kenya with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation of USD 1.5 million for Phase I. ADAPTA. . .Read more »
Posted on : Friday , 26th November 2021
SA based electric car maker sets up shop in Nairobi
Agilitee Africa, a South African-based electric car manufacturer, has opened a branch in Nairobi as it aims to grow into the East African market. Mandla Lamba, the business's Chief Executive. . .Read more »
Posted on : Friday , 26th November 2021
Tanzania demands higher timber and wood supply
In Tanzania's fast developing economy, rising demand for timber and wood supply from industrial plantations and natural forests have created a new source of income for smallholder farmers in. . .Read more »
Posted on : Friday , 26th November 2021
Walkabout Resources expects to begin production at Lindi Jumbo in Q3, 2022, notwithstanding the hurdles posed by the COVID-19 epidemic.
The corporation has already hired a local contractor to handle the earthmoving and civil work on the job site. 'The contractor is currently putting all of the civils in place so that when the plant. . .Read more »
Posted on : Friday , 26th November 2021
French minister unveils electric vehicles in Tanzania
Franck Riester, France's Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Attractiveness, formally presented the ecologically friendly electric automobiles developed by E-Motion Africa. E-Motion Africa. . .Read more »
Posted on : Wednesday , 24th November 2021
Construction of the Sumbawanga Airport in Tanzania will start soon.
The actual building of Sumbawanga Airport, which is located in Rukwa Region, one of Tanzania's 31 administrative areas, is poised to commence following the completion of exploratory work, as recently. . .Read more »
Posted on : Wednesday , 24th November 2021
Tanzania Rural Electrification Project: 10,361 Villages Connected To Electricity
Recently, Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa announced that 10,361 villages out of the East African country's 12,317 villages had been connected to electricity by October 2021, owing to the. . .Read more »
Posted on : Tuesday , 23rd November 2021

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