In these uncertain times, we would like to reassure all exhibition participants, stakeholders and partners that we are taking every precaution to keep you, and our staff as safe as possible at any of our future events. We are working closely with other organisers, trade associations and government bodies to contribute to and understand the necessary measures required to ensure our events are run to the highest Health & Safety standards. If you would like more information, click here or contact [email protected]
|Tuesday 14th March 2023||10:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday 15th March 2023||10:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday 16th March 2023||10:00 - 16:00|
The Sarit Centre is in the Westlands area of Nairobi. The best entrance is from Karuna Road but you can access the exhibition hall from anywhere within the shopping centre. If you head to the 2nd floor (the top) and follow signs to the Rooftop Garden then the exhibition is next door to this.
Sarit Exhibition Centre
The official registration is open a month before the evnet. Once it is ready, click HERE
Yes, and it's still FREE - but to speed up entry, you should register online in advance, so you can receive your log ins on time
Unlimited entry to all 3 digital event days as well as all the Daily Conferences
Once you’ve registered online, we’ll send you a confirmation email. A week to the show, you will receive the log ins to the event platform which you will use to access the Grip matchmaking platform.
It’s fine, your details will be in our system, so just provide the registration staff with the email address you used to register online.
You can email [email protected] and your details can be changed.
Two ways, the first is that you’ll be handed an Event Catalogue upon entry, inside there is a complete list of exhibitors taking part with details about the products they sell. The second way is to visit our online exhibitor list where you can sort companies by industry sector and see who is exhibiting at the exhibition. Each exhibitor has a profile where you can see more information on them.
Yes, provided that they are over 18 years old, are studying within the field of the exhibition and do not go around in groups of more than 4.
We welcome anyone to the exhibition but unfortunately, we cannot allow children into the exhibition. This is due to health and safety. Children under the age of 15 are not allowed and if under the age of 18 then they must be accompanied by their parents/guardians at all times. Child indemnity forms can be used to make exceptions for this and please go to the organiser's office upon arrival to complete this.