The AFMASS Food Expo trade show welcomes you to Nairobi, Kenya – Eastern Africa’s most diversified city and regional centre for business, discovery and fun!
Located right near the Equator, Nairobi offers a central location for businesses located in the Southern, Central, Western, Northern and Eastern Africa with a central location from which to access the growing pan-African market.
A growing number of regional players and multinationals – from manufacturers of equipment, ingredients and packaging and other supply chain solutions; to food companies and retailers; to industry associations – in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and agriculture have established themselves in Nairobi, from where they serve and mane the rising opportunities in the sub-Saharan African market.
Nairobi is also famous for its broad array of shopping malls, restaurants offering mouth-watering foods, interesting night-life and access to tourism and other leisure activities – be it in Nairobi city itself, or into the many national parks, sandy beaches, mountains and valleys that dot Kenya’s landscape.
About Sarit Expo Centre
The Expo Hall, located in the premium Westlands district in Nairobi, is the latest and most modern exhibition facility in Kenya
The Sarit Expo Centre – located in the Westlands District of Nairobi – is Kenya’s and Eastern Africa’s ultimate venue for exhibitions and conferences.
The Centre, which is located within the famous Sarit Centre shopping mall, offers unique benefits to attendees of the AFMASS Food Expo, including easy access from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and other travel options such as buses and taxis.
The venue also provides the best access to other shopping malls, restaurants, entertainment spots and leisure and tourism activities around Nairobi and its surrounding areas.
The following companies have confirmed sponsorship of the event in 2023. We look forward to more brands joining the movement . . .
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