November 11, 2019 Dar es Salaam.

It is with great pleasure that Mikono Expo Group would like to announce that EATHE 2020 has broken the record by having the highest number of Buyers in East Africa Expo scheduled for January 2020. Exhibitors are coming in from Kenya,Uganda,Rwanda,South Africa,Namibia,Dubai,Zanzibar and Tanzania mainline and Island .

Statistics have been done for our registered exhibitors and so far 250 companies are registered making the expo 2nd biggest in the number of exhibitors in East Africa, the number is expected to reach a maximum of 470 as other companies are yet to confirm and others still registering.

Confirmed Buyers are coming from key Market Europe (Poland,Russia,German Sweden, France),America (Canada and USA) ,Mediterranean (Lebanon,Israel,Italy ,Asia Pacific ocean (Hongkong,China and Singapore and Africa (South Africa,Nambia,Uganda,Zanzibar,Kenya ,Mauritius, Seychelles ,Ethiopia,DRC Congo, Central African Republican ,Djibouti and other 15 countries, to bring in new business to Africa, this information has been gathered from statistics of the registered buyers on our website amounting to a total of 600 so far. However buyer registration is still available.

We would also like to inform our highly esteemed buyers that Famtrip/Itinerary information will be availed to you before end of the week starting11th November.

Mikono Expo Group would like to assure our fellow associates that they will definitely meet their business expectations. Therefore we would also like to urge those still hesitant to register to register as we have a few booths remaining. You can go on our website and grab a stall or get in touch with our dedicated staff that will help you secure your stall before January 2020.

Niyi David
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‘Niyi David is a travel writer/photographer and Editor-in-Chief at More Cream Than Coffee. Previously, he worked at Afro Tourism West Africa Ltd as a travel writer, and was Head of Media and C.O.O. before leaving in May 2018. Prior to that he had worked as scriptwriter on some major media projects in Nigeria, such as 'Peak Talent Show' and the Ford Foundation sponsored 'Stop Impunity in Nigeria' campaign.