You are welcome to the U.S. Export-Import Opportunities for African Consumable Products 2013 Trade Show, for a four day international trade event designed to promote business between Africa and the Americas through the AGOA policy, U.S. Department of Commerce policy and to attract Foreign Direct Investors through Bureau of African Affairs policy.
U.S. Export-Import Opportunities for African Consumable Products 2013 Trade Show will provide you with up-to-date market intelligence and assist you to develop international trading practice strategies for exporting your products and services into new markets around the globe. You will also have the opportunity to meeting directly with buyers and sellers from Africa, Central America, Canada, South America, Europe and the Middle East.
The event will feature international business leaders from the private sectors, African countries commercial service diplomats posted at their embassies in the United States and high ranking government officials from both continents.
Our target audience includes and not limited to farmers, manufacturers, processors of rice, spices, pulses, tea, coffee, cashew nut, cassava, cocoa, dry fruits, cereal, wheat, seeds, kola nut, milled products, meat products and other agricultural commodities, pickles, sauces, jams, confectionery, food, drinks, ice cream, biscuits, pulp, squashes, beverages, dairy products, animal products, poultry products, cocoa products, bakery products, wafers and other processed food products, food processing machinery & equipment, food packaging machinery, material & equipment, cold chain & refrigeration technology, hotel & kitchen equipment, grain milling technology, dairy, bakery product & technology, agriculture & technology, poultry & live stock, sea food products & technology, food retailing supplies, banks, agricultural finance companies, quality certification agencies, organic food products, testing/lab & equipment, post harvest technology, pack houses, warehousing/ surveyors, tractors/farming and mining equipment, power & energy, solar power energy manufacturers, textile and other related products & services.
Professional and well-experienced trade finance, banks, African Union member countries, trade promotion organizations, buyers and sellers, equipment manufacturers, customs, agricultural and food products processors, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, agricultural and food products Quality Assurance organizations will keep you informed on latest and future developments that will impact where-and how-to develop new business opportunities and export strategies abroad. This event will also provide unlimited opportunities to network with industry experts in international business, government officials and other international buyers and sellers.
Exhibiting at the U.S. Export-Import Opportunities for African Consumable Products 2013 event will help your company gain recognition and achieve profitable investments. The event will give you priority booth locations and hotel reservations based on timely registration for the U.S. Export-Import Opportunities for African Consumable Products expo marketplace.