Story by Sifiso Sibanda
AS the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) draws closer, captains of industry and other stakeholders are confident the exhibition will create a platform for brisk business.
Captains of industry and commerce in Bulawayo are confident that this year’s Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) will bolster their operations as they explore new export markets for their products.
Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNNC) Chairperson Matabeleland Chapter Mr Mackenzie Dongo assured the nation of an oversubscribed event.
“We are so happy that it’s ZITF time where this year we are targeting securing new export markets for Zimbabwean products but at the same time I’m calling upon those who are yet to register their participation to do so quickly and make the most out of this international trade show case,” said Dongo.
The hospitality sub-sector is ready to host exhibitors and all delegates that will grace the ZITF.
Chairperson Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe Bulawayo Chapter Mr Kudzai Ratisai said, “We are ready to provide world class service to our guest during ZITF and we want them to sample our hospitality which is second to none.”
He went on, “I want them to know that we have spruced up our faciliti6for them to enjoy as they do business in Bulawayo.”
This year’s exhibition, which runs from the 25th to the 29th of this month, is expected to be bigger and better, with bookings already at 97 percent.