Africa Expo 2022 To Be Held At World Trade Centre

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between My Events International and Asia Africa Chamber of Commerce (AACC) was sealed in-conjunction with the Africa Expo 2022.

AFRICA EXPO 2022 will be held at World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, from 15 to 17 July 2022, encompassing a complete showcase of various participating sectors from more than 15 countries from Africa and more than 30 countries from Asia.

The said expo will be a platform for brands from Africa to expand their market share in the Asian region. Its focus will be on the bilateral trade between the two continents, Africa and Asia embarking towards the opening of their emerging economies.

This MoU was signed by the Mr. RJ. Liow, Chairman of AACC and Ms Hema Kandy, Chief Executive Officer of My Events International. The MoU is for collaboration partnership and mutual commitment for the success of Africa Expo 2022.

The event is jointly organised by ASEAN Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) and My Events International in collaboration with Asia Africa Chamber of Commerce.

The organisers will bring in top speakers and exhibitors from the African nations, ASEAN, and the Asia Pacific to impart their valuable knowledge and experiences in Agriculture, International Businesses, Financial, ICT and Communication, Power and Energy, and many more.

On top that, participants may expect CEO summit, exhibition, industrial site visit, round-table discussions, business matching, and networking session between the technology owners, stakeholders, business owners, and government bodies. Part of the event will include an extravagant ‘Awards Night’ recognising current and emerging business leaders from various industries, as well as a spectacular showcase of cultural performance from participating countries.

Approximately 200 companies, 500 trade delegates, and 10,000 visitors is expected to attend this 3-day event with more MOUs signing and witnessed by our distinguished dignitaries.

Africa Expo is supported by the Malaysian Government, respective African Embassies that are located in this region and other trade-related bodies.

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