LATEST NEWS



Postponement of the 31st Malawi International Trade Fair

 

The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry wishes to inform exhibitors, patrons and the general public that the 31st Malawi International Trade Fair (MITF) which was scheduled to be held from 20 - 30 June 2019 under the theme “Achieving Competitiveness through Integration into Regional Value Chains” has been postponed to 6 – 15 August, 2019. The venue and theme for the event remain the same.

 

Being an International Trade Fair, participation of international exhibitors is key at the MITF. Mobilization of participants, both foreign and domestic, commenced way back in January this year. We received positive feedback as evidenced in the confirmations from the following countries: Indonesia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia and China. However, participants from all these countries except Zimbabwe have withdrawn their participation, citing existence of political uncertainty and tension in the country as reasons for their withdrawal.

 

In view of these developments, we have taken the decision to postpone holding of this event to 6 -15 August this year by which time we hope the clouds will have cleared.

 

If you need further information, please contact the Chief Executive, Mr. Chancellor Kaferapanjira, on 0999 788 177, or on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Highlights of the Malawi International Trade Fair

31st Malawi International Trade Fair

31st Malawi International Trade Fair

Malawi International Trade Fair

#: THE MOST RESOURCEFUL B2B PLATFORM FOR YOUR BUSINESS. Sponsored by:

Dedicated School Days at the 31st Malawi International Trade Fair

Train up a child in the way he should, he will not depart from it. School students from across Malawi will engage in meaning conversations to create a better future at the #31MITF on 26 and 27 June.
 
Is your school interested to be part of this amazing experience!! Call 01871147
"Achieving Competitiveness through Integration into Regional Value Chains”. #GoldMountainMedia #Kwese
SPONSORS:
 

Want to sponsor the 31st Malawi International Trade Fair? Here are the packages

MCCCI Invites you to the 31st Malawi International Trade Fair

The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry cordially invites all of you to participate in the 31st Malawi International Trade Fair (MITF), which will be held from 20th to the 30 June 2019 at the Chichiri Trade Fair Grounds, Blantyre, Malawi. The theme for the Trade Fair is ‘Achieving Competitiveness through Integration into Regional Value Chains ’.

 

The exhibition presents an opportunity for your organisation to market your products and services in different sectors across the economy. The 11 day-long event will accord  investors and businesses  access, insights and opportunities to showcase, connect and collaborate with entrepreneurs, industry leaders, academicians, and many other key players across different sectors. MCCCI therefore would like to extend an invitation to you to participate in the 31st MITF.

 

The deadline for application is 31st May 2019. Only bookings with full payment is confirmed. The exhibition space is generally offered under “first come first served criteria.

Meet a Malawian temperature monitoring system at the MITF

Meet #AlinafeKaliwo #Polytechnic lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering, who developed #TempCras, a system that monitors readings of temperature in cold-rooms, refrigeration systems and in transit refrigerating vehicles. Link with him at the #31stMalawiInternatioalTradeFair from June 20-30. Download the application form here.

 

 

Ministry committed to reduce constraints to doing business

Director of Administration and Finance in the Ministry of Industry Trade and Tourism Dr Joseph Mkandawire last week opened the first ever SME Expo with an assurance that the ministry is committed to ensuring that businesses operate in an environment with minimal constraints to doing business.

He said one of the commitments is the finalization of the new Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Policy and plans to establish a credit facility.

In his remarks MCCCI President, Prince Kapondamgaga said, despite the SME sector been acknowledged worldwide as an economic powerbase that stimulates economic growth, in Malawi the sector has not been accorded the attention it requires hence the introduction of the SME Expo.

During the Expo, African Institute of Corporate Citizenship was awarded Best SME Promoter, while the Best Innovative SME went to Malasha Briquettes while Tehilah Bakery won Best Overall SME.

More Articles...

Page 1 of 12

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>