Uganda International Trade Fair
The Export Promotion Council is co-ordinating Kenya's participation at the above Trade Fair in collaboration with the relevant public and private sector organizations.
This is a major trade promotion event in the 2009 Kenya National Export Market Development Programme. The event provides excellent opportunities to Kenyan companies seeking to launch new products, enlarge, consolidate and diversify their market in Uganda and the neighbouring countries. Participating companies will also have a chance to test market, launch new products & services, deepen and strengthen their brand and corporate awareness to their consumers as well as increase the gains made in past export market development activities.

Target sectors:

- Processed foods and beverages
- Personal hygiene
- Chemicals
- Engineering and construction services
- Paper and paper products
- Textiles and garments
- Crop protection and animal health products
- Automobile batteries and dry cells
- Farm inputs
- Construction materials (iron sheets, paints, etc)
- Dairy and meat products
- Furniture
- Footwear

Facilities provided by EPC

The Export Promotion Council will provide basic display facilities including a 9m² (3m X 3m) booth with an electricity power point, name on fascia board, a table, two chairs and display units such as shelves and podiums. Intensive publicity in both print and electronic media will be undertaken in Uganda so as to enhance your visibility during the event. An Exhibitor Catalogue for Kenya companies participating at the Fair will also be produced. A commitment fee will be charged to every exhibitor. For more information and details please contact the EPC on the address below this bulletin.


Interested companies are invited to apply for participation by filling the Event Application Forms which can be obtained from the Export Promotion Council offices at Anniversary Towers, 1st &16th Floor, University Way, or the Regional Offices in Mombasa, Eldoret and JKIA during working hours or
 Duly completed profile forms should be returned to the EPC on or before September 11th 2009.
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