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SWAITEX back with a bang

SWAITEX back with a bang

The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) Swakopmund Branch is inviting exhibitors and visitors to take part in the Swakopmund International Trade Expo (SWAITEX) which will take place from 13 – 15 October at the Dome.
In this its 4th year, the Expo will feature the car show in a glass tent, the Volvo rev, the fire-fighter show, the international conferences, a raffle draw to win a brand new car, groceries and much more.
Antonia Dumbu-Udeh, Branch and Marketing Administrator, NCCI Swakopmund Branch announced that Exhibitors Registration forms are due by 23 September and that only paid stalls will be booked, therefore there will be no booking without full payment.
She also said that all payments should only be made via the bank and that those who make payment before 19 August will have first option of a stall location and placement, while registration forms (one page only) must be emailed or delivered to their office.
Heinrich Hafeni, Chairperson of the NCCI in Swakopmund said that SWAITEX will deliver what was missing all along in the city, even though it has not been easy because the first year they faced a tough time trying to sell the idea.
“However because we are passionate and believe in building long term relationships, we remained positive irrespective of the factors that discourages us, because we believe as a Chamber it is our mandate to create platforms and events that are beneficial to our members and the business community,” he added.
Members of NCCI and those who apply for membership can get a discounted rate for their exhibition stall. Entrance fees for Adults is N$5, school learners and kids N$1 and toddlers between 0-5 years go in for free.
The NCCI offices will be open every Saturday from 9am to 1pm as from 1 September for the convenience of potential exhibitors or for anyone who has queries.

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