The Screen Print India exhibition, an immensely popular B2B show concept, with a successful track record of over two decades is now being extended to East Africa. The show, titled Screen Print East Africa will be held from October 29-31, 2017 at Visa Oshwal Centre, Nairobi, Kenya, with co-located events Sublimating Ideas Expo, Sign Expo and Label Show.
This three-day international show will cover a wide range of segments such as screen printing, textile printing, digital printing, label printing and sublimation printing, providing a rare opportunity to seize business growth opportunities.
Screen Print India has always been among the world’s leading and Asia’s finest exhibitions with a sustained track record since 1994. The East Africa foray has been envisaged after considerable research and interface with members of the printing industry in that country. It will be a win-win situation for all those who are part of these four printing industry segments.
The show will provide exhibitors with a dedicated, focused platform to broaden their business horizons while visitors will have a rare opportunity to experience how the printing industry from across the globe congregates at East Africa.
The Exhibitor Profile at Screen Print East Africa 2017 will encompass Technology Drivers, Knowledge Transferees, Manufacturers, Distributors, Dealers, Service Providers and Allied, contributing to any process of Screen Printing, Textile Printing, Digital Printing, Sublimation Printing and Label Printing.
Continuing the fine traditions of the parent brand, Screen Print East Africa 2017 with co-located events Sublimating Ideas Expo, Sign Expo and Label Show to be held concurrently will attract visitors from across Africa as well as delegations from countries across the globe; focused footfalls that are genuinely interested in exploring business opportunities and new technologies.
Visitor profile will comprise leading Industrial Screen Printers, Technicians, Consultants, Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Products or Service Providers to End-Users who are employing Screen Printing, Textile Printing, Digital Printing, Sublimation Printing and Label Printing as a substantial part of their process. delegations from countries across the globe; focused footfalls that are genuinely interested in exploring business opportunities and new technologies.
Visitor profile will comprise leading Industrial Screen Printers, Technicians, Consultants, Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Products or Service Providers to End-Users who are employing Screen Printing, Textile Printing, Digital Printing, Sublimation Printing and Label Printing as a substantial part of their process.
Everybody knows that the screen printing industry has tremendous potential. The need of the hour is to tap that potential and grow in tandem with the industry. Networking on a formal and informal level, keeping oneself updated on the latest developments, joining hands with new business partners, attending knowledge seminars are crucial steps. Being at Screen Print East Africa 2017 will provide opportunities for all this and more.
Screen Print India's sustained track record and the fact that it is presented by a reputed event organiser – Aditya Exposition (P) Ltd., ensures much-needed confidence for exhibitors and visitors. Being held bi-annually in Mumbai since its inception two decades ago, this international exhibition on screen, textile and digital printing made its North India debut in 2013, Goa debut in 2014 and even forayed overseas with the brand Screen Print Vietnam in 2015, returning to its home base, Mumbai in May 2016.
The most recent overseas foray, the highly successful debut edition of Screen Print Sri Lanka was held from December 1-3, 2016 at Sri Lanka Exhibition and Convention Centre, Colombo, Sri Lanka with co-located events Sublimation Ideas Expo and Label Show.
Screen Print India's sustained track record since 1994 and prestigious nature of the event given its plush venue and the fact that it is presented by a reputed event organiser – Aditya Exposition (P) Ltd. of Mumbai, provide exhibitors and visitors the much-needed confidence.
Aditya Expositions as a brand has carved an enviable reputation over the past two decades. Aditya Group focuses only on screen printing industry and comprises of professionals working towards creating new business opportunities under the able leadership of Devang Sheth. He is a man on personal mission of providing big returns on small investments.
Situated just a few minutes away from the very busy Westlands Commercial District of Nairobi, stands Oshwal Centre. The centre was conceived way back in the 1980s. Physical space for the Centre was identified in 1984. Planning and construction of Oshwal Centre began in the year 1995 and it took seven years to complete the project.
The aesthetics reflect a Jain background. There is free flow of natural air. A generator has already been installed. Filtered water and drinking water facilities are in place inside the Centre. Security is adequate by way of guards and electric fence. External lighting is sufficient for use at night. On any given day, the Centre can accommodate up to 4000 people easily if all facilities are made available. This makes it one of the largest such facilities right in the heart of Nairobi.
Screen Print East Africa 2017 will be actively publicised on the portal www.screenprintindia.com. It will be regularly promoted in a variety of industry forums and publications across the globe. The show will also be highlighted in a host of industry related publications and association newsletters.
Comprehensive News Updates will make the audience aware of what to expect from the exhibitors are scheduled to be released twice before the exhibition, at an apt time.
E-Mailers are going to be one of the key features that will constantly keep the audience on the toes to run and opt for latest products and technologies.
The dedicated portal www.screenprintindia.com will be the window to the world about the happenings of Screen Print East Africa 2017 exhibition.
Technical Seminars, Associations / Country Theme Pavilions, etc. shall add to the glory of Screen Print East Africa| 2017 exhibition.
Being one of the leading exhibitions of the screen printing and allied industries, Screen Print East Africa 2017 is committed to provide innovative opportunities for showcasing the latest products and technologies. This exhibition is planned to target exclusively industry specific audience, with a strong emphasis to attract key decision makers. The targeted exhibition promotion model can be expected to be dynamic due to the inclusion of as many facets as possible.
The African Economic Outlook (AEO) points out that Africa’s economic performance held firm in 2015. Growth in real GDP is estimated at 3.6%, higher than the 3.1% for the global economy and 1.5% for the euro area. Africa remained the world’s second fastest growing economy after East Asia.
In 2015, sub-Saharan Africa (excluding South Africa) grew faster than the continental average, at 4.2%, with East Africa leading the way at 6.3%. Growth in Central, North and West Africa was above 3%, while Southern Africa grew by an average of 2.2%. Looking ahead, average growth in Africa is expected to remain moderate at 3.7% in 2016 but could accelerate to 4.5% in 2017. This forecast hinges on the strength of the world economy and a gradual recovery in commodity prices.
The resilience in Africa’s growth is partly owed to domestic factors, including private consumption, public infrastructure development and private investment. In the medium term, continued improvement in the business environment and fast expanding regional markets may increasingly become new sources of growth for the continent.
The rise of intra-regional trade, in particular, illustrates growing opportunities for African producers to diversify their trade. Africa also possesses significant potential for a demographic dividend, spurred by the continent’s young population. Africa’s ongoing, multi-faceted urban transition and the densification it produces offer new opportunities for improving economic and social development while protecting the environment.
As per International Monetary Fund (IMF), five East African countries have joined forces with the aim of forming a single currency area by 2024. Since the project’s inception in 2000, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, and Rwanda have been laying the groundwork for greater economic integration. Measures such as establishing a Customs Union has helped streamline border clearances, simplify work permit issuance, and ensure the recognition of professional agreements by member countries.
As a result, regional trade has increased by over 40% in the last five years. GDP growth in the East African Community is well above average for sub-Saharan Africa. Faster economic integration within the East African Community is a potential game changer, as it holds the promise of improved productivity, competitiveness, and welfare gains.
East African Community (EAC), a regional intergovernmental organisation of 6 Partner States: the Republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda, with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania, points out that the EAC is home to 150 million citizens, of which 22% is urban population, with a land area of 1.82 million square kilometres and a combined Gross Domestic Product of US$ 146 billion (EAC Statistics for 2016).
As one of the fastest growing regional economic blocs in the world, the EAC is widening and deepening co-operation among the partner states in various key spheres for their mutual benefit. These spheres include political, economic and social. The process towards an East African Federation is being fast tracked, underscoring the serious determination of the East African leadership and citizens to construct a powerful and sustainable East African economic and political bloc.
In November 2016, the U.S. Government and the East African Community (EAC) launched a Regional Development Objectives Grant Agreement at the EAC headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania. On behalf of the U.S. Government, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will contribute approximately $194 million over a five year period to shared development goals, deepening the partnership between the two organizations.
An easy navigation oriented floor plan promises exposure to maximum number of visitors. The stalls are laid in a linear grid so that none is missed by the visitor. You can now have stalls from 9 sq. mtrs to to select from, according to your requirement and budget. Many options are available for those whom small is too small, and big is too big. The details are as provided along with the floor plan sheet.
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