Saba Saba Fair to future Expo Village

TANZANIA Trade Development Authority (TanTrade) will unveil the Saba Saba Expo Village 2023 in the coming Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF) slated to start late next month.

The Saba Saba Expo Village will offer a unique chance for local and international investors and authorities to meet in a natural setting while exchanging ideas, opportunities and potential solutions for promoting business growth and stability in the country.

TanTrade Acting Director of Trade Promotion, Mr Fortunatus Mhambe told the ‘Daily News’ that the expo village was the result of their collaboration with Tanzakwanza Company Limited to feature seven themed pavilions each dedicated to a specific priority sector or sub-sector.

“The Expo Village is an innovation to provide a platform for local and international businesses to showcase their unique offering and will also feature a range of activities and events designed to spur business growth,” Mr Mhambe said yesterday.

The village will offer a room to conduct business forums, business-to-business meetings, public-private partnership dialogues and other events.

Additionally, Mr Mhambe said the village will house some sectors of pavilions such as mining, oil and gas, building construction and real estate, environment, forests and beekeeping, agriculture, manufacturing and food processing as well as ICT.

The Saba Saba Expo Village aims to increase the exposure of businesses by showcasing their potential and creating a more vibrant and prosperous business environment.

Also, through the initiative the DITF will attract more large and medium-sized exhibitors and is projected to double their numbers from 500 to over 1,000.

The 16th edition of DIFT expects to receive exhibitors from trading partner countries including China, Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Japan, the United Kingdom, Kenya, Malaysia and Norway.

Others are the Netherlands, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and USA.

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