ZITF announce entry fees ZITF CEO Dr Nick Ndebele (Left) with ZITF chairman Mr Busisa Moyo

Sikhulekelani Moyo, [email protected]

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) has decided to keep the entrance fees unchanged for this year’s exhibition at US$5 for adults and US$3 for children.

The annual trade showcase is set to kick off next week, running from Tuesday through Saturday.

In a media briefing held today at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Center, ZITF chief executive officer Dr Nick Ndebele said “On public days we encourage people to participate and that is why we are charging US$5 for adults and US$3 for children which is about 39 ZiG” he said.

The initial three days are dedicated to business interactions, networking, and exploring trade opportunities.

Entrepreneurs, investors, and industry professionals gather to discuss collaborations, sign deals, and showcase their products and services.

On April 26 and 27, the gates swing open to welcome the public.

Dr Ndebele said starting tomorrow they will be holding road shows to encourage participation by various people.

The annual exhibition will be held under the theme, “Innovation: The Catalyst to Industrialisation and Trade”.

Kenyan President, Dr William Ruto is expected to officially open the trade showcase on Friday.

The ZITF is a key platform for trade and investment in Zimbabwe, offering opportunities for local and international businesses to connect and explore partnerships.

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