The fourth annual China Sourcing Fair: Solar and Energy-Saving Products in South Africa, will be held at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg on 7 to 9 November 2013.
China is South Africa’s major source of imports, showing the ever-growing demand for Chinese products in sub-Saharan Africa’s fast-growing economy. The fair aims to address this demand by providing a profitable and accessible venue for buyers in South Africa and neighbouring countries.
The 2013 event will focus on encouraging business-minded individuals to take advantage of the ever-growing renewable energy market. The biggest of its kind in South Africa, the China Sourcing Fair provides a convenient and cost-effective sourcing platform for global buyers. Thousands of visitors attended the 2012 event, which boasted the largest collection of suppliers from greater China than any other trade show in Africa.
Many markets in the region are already importing a significant amount of products from Asia, and specifically China. China’s suppliers tend to be one step ahead when it comes to continually shifting product trends, such as these in environmentally-friendly “green” products.
The China Sourcing Fair: Solar and Energy-Saving Products aims to provide a platform to importers, wholesalers, retailers and buyers in the industry looking for the latest and upcoming products. The fair is strictly for trade and business purposes and provides visitors with the opportunity to face exhibitors and generate numerous business opportunities.
On top of this sourcing convenience, the fair features “behind the brands” suppliers who can provide significant cost savings, professional manufacturing skills and flexible delivery terms.
Learn more and pre-register now for your free entry badge to the China Sourcing Fair: Solar and Energy-Saving Products in South Africa, on 7-9 November 2013 at www.chinasourcingfair.com/southafrica/sea.