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.


Rwanda Mining reforms and investments scaled up despite the pandemic
The year 2020 was on numerous fronts a trying period. Nonetheless, Rwanda’s economic sectors sustained to function against all odds.The mining sector is one area that has observed a series of. . .Read more »
Posted on : Monday , 26th July 2021
Kenya Housing Projects boost Wood Sector and Construction Industry
Indirectly and directly, Kenya's wood sector serves approximately 500,000 Kenyans, with the lumberjack trade also serving as a backbone for the country's building industry. There are a number of. . .Read more »
Posted on : Monday , 26th July 2021
Kenya's Construction Sector Expected to Recover This Year
Nairobi - Kenya's construction sector is expected to recover this year on the back of the government's continued implementation of investor-friendly reforms as well as large-scale infrastructure. . .Read more »
Posted on : Monday , 26th July 2021
Kenya to complete upgrade of roads by December 2021
James Macharia, Transport Cabinet Secretary has assured that the government will complete the construction of 408 kilometres of tarmac roads in Nairobi's informal and thickly population settlements. . .Read more »
Posted on : Thursday , 22nd July 2021
Kenya Aiming To Double Geothermal Capacity By 2030
When Kenya opened the Olkaria power plant 4 decades ago, it was seen more as a research project than a commercial venture. The facility is located in Hell’s Gate National Park, a barren zone of. . .Read more »
Posted on : Thursday , 22nd July 2021
Electricity Connection Between Ethiopia And Djibouti To Expand
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved 2 grants totaling USD 83.6m to boost cross-border trade in electricity between Ethiopia and Djibouti. The funds are made up of a USD 69.65. . .Read more »
Posted on : Thursday , 22nd July 2021
East Africa: Djibouti, Ethiopia to Launch Second Power Link
Djibouti and Ethiopia have secured finance to build a second electricity transmission line after the two neighbours enjoyed the returns from the first project that linked their power grids. The. . .Read more »
Posted on : Wednesday , 21st July 2021
Kenya: EPRA Develops Mini-Grid Regulations to Scale up Nationwide Access to Electricity
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority through a statement said the process will assist in spurring investment in mini-grids in the country, to boost electrification in underserved areas. . .Read more »
Posted on : Monday , 19th July 2021
Exploring Multi-Sectoral Uses of Minigrid Power for All in Kenya
InfraCo Africa and Rural Village Energy Solutions are committing USD 8 million to support the scale-up of Kudura Power East Africa in rural Kenya. InfraCo Africa, which is part of the Private. . .Read more »
Posted on : Monday , 19th July 2021
Kenya, Tanzania Industrialists Kick Off Meeting on Market Access
The East African Community (EAC) common external tariff (EAC CET) upper band rate, harmonisation of domestic taxes, harmonisation of product standards, review of the EAC Rules of Origin, and. . .Read more »
Posted on : Friday , 16th July 2021

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