The Zambian Trade Fairs are a big attraction on the local commercial calendar. Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF), Lusaka Agriculture And Commercial Show and the Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture And Commercial Show make up the elite of Zambian trade fairs.
But in addition to these three, there are also several other Agriculture And Commercial Shows held in all the districts of the country. At these shows, companies exhibit their products to potential buyers.
The Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF) is the largest exhibition venue in Zambia. The Trade Fair grounds are located on the Copperbelt province in Ndola.
Trade Fair Stand
The International Trade Fair (ZITF) started in 1956 and became a national event after the country attained its Independence in 1964. The Fair is organized by the Zambia Industrial and Commercial Show Society
Although the Trade Fair facilities are specifically meant for the ZITF, the venue also hosts other events on a smaller scale and offers office accommodation to different organizations.
The Zambia International Trade Fair is held annually towards the end of June or during the first week of July. Exhibitors come from within and outside the country. It is Zambia’s largest commercial exhibition. The Fair attracts about 50 foreign companies and 200 local exhibitors on average. On exhibit at the Fair are the following products:
Zambia International Trade Fair
P O Box 71058, Ndola, Zambia
The Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show is also an annual event. Exhibitors come from within and outside the country.
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