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Nairobi International Trade Fair 2023

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Nairobi International Trade Fair 2023

Nairobi International Trade Fair 2023

organized by the Agriculture Society of Kenya

Date: 25th September to 1st October 2023

Location: Jamhuri Park Showgrounds

Theme: Promoting Innovation and Technology in Agriculture and Trade.

Discover the Best of Agriculture and Trade at the Nairobi International Trade Fair

About the Fair

Are you looking for a way to promote your business in East Africa or learn about the latest agricultural and trade innovations? Take a look at the Nairobi International Trade Fair! This event, hosted annually by the Society’s Nairobi branch, is the largest trade fair in the East African region, attracting exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. This year’s theme, “Promoting Innovation and Technology in Agriculture and Trade,” promises to highlight the industry’s most recent trends and technologies.

History of Nairobi International Trade Fair:

The East African Agricultural and Horticultural Society was founded in 1901, and the first show was held in 1902 at the Jeevanjee gardens and market. The event has grown over the years to become a seven-day event, held annually from late September to early October. It now provides opportunities for regional, continental, and global exhibitors to display and demonstrate their services and products, as well as a platform for interaction and the exchange of ideas and experiences.

Location and Dates:

The Nairobi International Trade Fair is located in Jamhuri Park, 10 kilometers from the city center, and is easily accessible from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Wilson Airport, and the Standard Gauge Railway Syokimau Terminus. This year’s event will take place from 25th September to 1st October 2023, and visitors can expect a variety of exciting exhibits, demonstrations, and networking opportunities.


If you want to exhibit at the Nairobi International Trade Fair, the process is simple. Simply fill out the official Application Form and pay in advance for the available space. There are currently about 320 stands of various sizes available, as well as a limited number of prominent sites for erecting permanent or temporary stands. While exhibitors are permitted to sell goods in the special shopping area, they are not permitted to sell food or beverages. International exhibitors who want to sell their wares should check with their clearing and forwarding agents about the customs regulations that apply to such temporary imports.

Exhibitor Profile:

The Nairobi International Trade Fair is divided into three sections: livestock and crop demonstrations, manufacturers and service industry, and international exhibitions. Visitors to the livestock and crop section can expect to see exhibitions of pedigree exotic livestock, cereals, and crop demonstration plots, as well as greenhouse farming. Local manufacturers and service providers will display farm machinery, farm inputs, banks, insurance, textiles, and other products. International exhibitions, on the other hand, refer to the exhibition halls where foreign companies are housed during the trade fair.

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Livestock and Crop Demonstration:

At the Nairobi International Trade Fair, visitors can expect to see a variety of pedigree exotic livestock on display. From dairy and beef cattle to sheep, goats, and poultry, there’s something for everyone. Additionally, the cereals and crops demonstration plots offer an opportunity to see the latest technologies in action. Visitors can learn about the latest farming techniques, irrigation systems, and more, while also getting a closer look at greenhouse farming.

Manufacturers and Service Industry:

The manufacturers and service industry section is the place to be for local businesses looking to showcase their latest innovations. Visitors can expect to see a range of farm machinery, from tractors to plows and harvesters. There will also be a wide range of inputs, such as fertilizers, seeds, and pesticides, on display. Additionally, the event provides an opportunity for visitors to connect with local banks, insurance companies, and textile manufacturers.

International Exhibitions:

Finally, the international exhibitions section is where foreign companies can showcase their latest products and services. Over 80 companies from countries including Egypt, China, Ethiopia, Burundi, Botswana, Belgium, Chile, Eritrea, Hungary, Germany, India

A brochure of the Event for your perusal{Brochure}

To learn more  about the website from ASK {Link}