EASTERN CAPE EXPORT SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION
The Eastern Cape Development Corporation’s unwavering commitment to maximise the Eastern Cape’s export industry as well as breaking down export barriers will see again more than 200 Delegates coming together under one roof from 18 to 19March 2020 at the Boardwalk Convention Centre in Port Elizabeth.
The Second Annual event which will be running under the theme, “Strengthening the Eastern Cape’s Competitiveness in the Global Market” seeks to provide businesses with professional information on exporting and existing state programmes for Eastern Cape exporters and market opportunities.
The event is organised in collaboration with the Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development, Environmental and Tourism (DEDEAT), BCMM and NMBM.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Network and build fruitful relationships with fellow attendees.
15 TOP SPEAKERS:
Hear some of the top business minds share their tips and stories on how to build a global business.
Meet and interact with seasoned business traders and investors from across the African Continent.
Schedule personal and private meetings with business people of your choice at the event.
The Exhibition makes provision for 30stalls of 3mx3m
To profile your company and its services/products please register online
For more information please contact:
Cell: 082 770 3082
B2B MATCHMATCHING MEETINGS:
Make use of the opportunity to engage in scheduled B2B Matchmaking Meetings during the event.
To participate in meaningful network discussions between relevant businesses in the trading and investing industry, you will be required to complete a form indicating your network preferences (“I’m looking for…” or “I’m offering…”) at the information desk at the Symposium.
The Second Annual Eastern Cape Export Symposium & Exhibition is committed to:
- Improving export infrastructure support
- Present a conducive environment for partnerships between Banks and Traders to take off
- Unpacking the export opportunities offered by 4IR for traders to take advantage of
- Promoting Africanacity through cementing relations and trading around Africa
- Breaking down export barriers
- Shedding light on the uniqueness of the Eastern Cape’s export industry