Global Exhibitions Incorporated Limited - Global Outlook

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Global Exhibitions Inc.

Global Exhibitions Incorporated Limited is an Events and Exhibitions Management company duly registered in Kenya and operating in the entire East African region. It is a subsidiary of MIE Groups, one of the largest Exhibitions Organizers in the World with its Head Office in Dubai, UAE. MIE Groups pioneered the channel for Chinese companies to participate in Middle East and Africa exhibition and continues to promote trade between different countries.

What We Do

Our Specialization

We are a one-stop shop for all you needs including sale of space, partner outsourcing, finding contractors, floor management, event reports & engagement with governments & private sector

We focus on the planning & the event details so you can handle your business & stakeholders confidently

You only get one chance to make a first impression & with us, once is enough

We excel in planning multi-stakeholder & intergovernmental conferences & events

We put together a robust marketing and PR plan that guarantees to place your event at the very TOP  of mind.

We Keep it Simple

The Approach

We begin by LISTENING
We ask the RIGHT questions



And lastly we ALWAYS evaluate!

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Pesticide firms eye lower VAT as MPs reject zero rate

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Enforce Food Regulations

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Uncertainty for Kenya on dim East Africa maize forecast

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