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Sunday, 15 August 2010

Presentation of the Africa Expo Successfully Held

 By Ildikó H Szilasi 
Presentation of the Africa Expo successfully held, with international diplomatic interest!
The presentation of the Africa Expo and the visit of the Pavilion was successfully held on 10th February, at Hungexpo Budapest Fair Center, Pavilion No. 25. Several diplomatic, commercial and non-profit institutions were represented on the event. The presence of the Embassy of Algeria, Tunisia or Egypt with there highest level of delegation and the Honorary Consulate of Madagascar, moreover the visit of the Embassy of Kenya from Vienna showed the serious interests of participants.
There have been half million visitors and 5000 exhibitors participating at Hungexpo Budapest Fair Centers’ different fairs in 2010. As the expos are becoming more program-focused, HUNGEXPO is opened to host the Africa Expo with such a particular theme. The  parallel event of the Africa Expo, the well-known FEHOVA Expo having more than 40.000 visitors per year and the communication campaign of the event will ensure the successful start of the event.
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs recommends the Africa Expo and there are further ongoing negotiations regarding the patronage of the thematic day on the 17th March with the theme ‘The building of an effective public- private partnership among stakeholders with African focus’.
Besides the basic aim of the event: to introduce and represent institutions with African focus; to promote projects and services; to sell products; to share messages and build networks, there are other reasons why to participate on the Africa Expo and Fair as Exhibitor.
Exhibitors get promotional space on the stage of the Expo, access to participation on the thematic day and additional opportunities to show their films in the screening room. Besides, Exhibitors will appear on under the exhibitors list with a description, a logo and a link. Broad communication of the Africa Expo is ensured by the banner and online support of equivalent to 12million HUF, the well-planned PR work and press releases. The participation of Kata Jaksity and Kembe Sorel will further strengthen the communication  of the project.
Deadline for registration: 20th February
Exhibitors registration could be done online on the following link:

Ildikó Hermina Szilasi
organizer, Africa Expert Africa Expo and Fair

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