Kenya is looking to attract new investors and expand its export market during the World Expo Dubai 2020 that was rescheduled for dates starting October 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022.
Kenya Pavilion Director for Expo Dubai 2020 Austin Macheso said the event organizers already created a road map for various exhibitors and traders to hold talks on new market and investment opportunities globally. The exhibition will also pave way for East Africa’s richest to introduce new products such as textile, and honey, which will be showcased in the much-hyped World Expo Dubai 2020.
“We have initiated what we call pro-expo programs where we have already approached the main players within the Gulf Cooperation Council region for us to start discussing and engaging collaborations such as forums to plan how we can engage more. Traditionally we have been exporting tea and horticulture so we have new products such as textiles and apparels that we look to export to the region and increase the volume of what we are already exporting to the market” said Macheso.