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Lilongwe Trade Fair award winners

MCCCI in conjunction with the Ministry of Industry, Trade & Tourism in the spirit of celebrating and encouraging excellence and innovation in trade exhibitions, awarded best exhibitors which were selected by a panel of judges at the Lilongwe Trade Fair on 26 July 2018.

Lilongwe Dairy received the 3rd Best Exhibitor award, 2nd Best Exhibitor award went to Rose Farms and Mosanto won Overall Best Exhibitor award.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!


 

Industralization essential for development

The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism Acting Principal Secretary Dr Joseph Mkandawire said industrial development and diversification is essential to enable African countries including Malawi to trade amongst themselves and to benefit from signed free trade agreements.

He made the remarks when he officially opened the 3rd Lilongwe Trade Fair on 26 July 2018 in Lilongwe.

He said his ministry has developed the National Industrial Policy (NIP) which has looked at industrialization enablers in the country and proposed the type of interventions Malawi requires to put in place in the short, medium and long term.

He said: “These industrialization enablers include access to finance for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development (MSMEs), enhancing the use of railway transport for exports for products, and capacitating institutions vital to industrialization such as the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism; the Malawi Investment and Trade Centre (MITC); Small and Medium Enterprise Development Institute (SMEDI); and the Malawi Bureau of Standards (MBS), amongst other initiatives,”

In his words, MCCCI’s Councillor, Andrew Chinguwo said The Lilongwe Trade Fair had adopted the theme for the Malawi International Trade Fair: Industralisation: Basis for Trade Competitiveness, to underscore the importance of industrialisation for the country’s inclusive and resilient growth adding that Industrialisation must be a key priority for Malawi

Said Chinguwo: “The bottom line is that we need to produce more and we need to produce better. Most of all, we need to add value to our resources and raw materials, and turn them into processed products. That is the end goal! We must not slow down.”

Chignuwo said, no country or region in the world has achieved prosperity and a decent standard of living for its citizens without a robust industrial sector.

 

Three organisations chosen to spearhead establishment of platform

Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce & Industry (MCCCI), Tea Association of Malawi and Interlaken Group have been chosen to spearhead the establishment of a platform where Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Companies will discuss community land rights issues as a way of reducing conflicts between local communities and investors.

 This was agreed at a Land-Based Investments and Community Rights informational workshop on Customary Land Act held in Lilongwe recently organized by the Interlaken Group (IG).

The Interlaken Group is a network of stakeholders whose aim is to expand and leverage private sector action to secure community land rights.

 The Group noted that there is need for a multi stakeholder dialogue to enhance collaboration and ensure tailored strategies to address land tenure risks and reduce tenure-driven conflicts.

 Said IG: “Tensions between local communities and investors pose significant risks to local communities, companies and their investors and risk frustrating government’s objectives for sustainable development,”

 The workshop oriented participants with the new Customary Land Act and its enabling legislation with an emphasis on implications for investors and communities.

 “The new Customary Land Act promotes tenure reforms that guarantees security of tenure. As such land-based investments are expected to be profitable for companies, respect land rights of communities and enhance relationship with communities,”

 Participants at the workshop noted, long term investment but with limited tenure, unavailability of patient capital vis a vis long term investment and start-ups- years of costs before income as some of the land related risks to investors.

 They also bemoaned long lead time where companies have to work with communities before they can start investing hence increasing costs, compromise investment viability, delay projects and cause reputational damage to investors.

 

 

 

MRA to introduce new export management procedures

The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) plans to introduce New Export Management Procedures which will come into effect on 1st August 2018. In line with the development, the Authority will be holding Regional Workshops to engage exporters in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu. The workshops are intended to equip exporters with the requisite information and knowledge on the new export procedures to ensure compliance and efficiency in exports management.

 The workshops will be held as follows:

 Blantyre @ Ryalls Hotel on 23rd July 2018

Lilongwe @ Sunbird Lilongwe on 25th July 2018

Mzuzu @ Sunbird Mzuzu on 27th July 2018

 All sessions will start at 8:30 – 11:30 am.

 Register your participation with Dorothy Mataya on +265 999-921 234 0r email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

ESCOM applies for electricity Tariff increase

The Electricity Supply   Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) has applied for an increase of base tariff which is projected to raise end user tariff from current average of MK73 per kWh to around MK112 per kWh in the first year of implementation,representing 53% increase.

 ESCOM’s objectives for the increase which will be   implemented from July 2018 to June 2022,  are to generate revenues for procuring power/electricity to meet current demand and future demand growth and increase access to electricity in line with government goals from the current 11% to 19% by 2022.

 Said ESCOM “The average purchase cost for energy from EGENCO,independent power producers and power imports is expected to move from MK29.92 per kWh to MK65.35 per kWh over 2018-2022 Base Tariff period.

This will result in a significant increase to the end user tariff in a form of a pass-through cost arrangement with the purchase cost accounting for around 55% to the proposed end user tariff. Subsequently, the average tariff is projected to steadily increase at 2.5% per annum up to 2022 to reach MK123 per kWh,”

 ESCOM’s application is coming following amendments of the Electricity Act in 2016 which demands that ESCOM submits new applications to MERA once every four years on Base Tariff, Bulk Customer Supply and End user tariff for consideration and approval.

 ESCOM said the increase is supported by a Cost of Service study which established that the current cost of supplying individual customer cannot  support investments.

 “The study established that the current average cost of supplying a customer with   electricity in Malawi is MK126 per kWh.  This figure is on  average 42% below existing average tariff. This current tariff cannot therefore support the electricity industry in Malawi in terms of increasing investments and improving customer      service,” Said ESCOM.

 The recommended tariffs will allow ESCOM to charge cost recovery tariffs to support settlements of energy purchases from power producers/sources, operation and maintenance costs of   existing and new infrastructure, investment in system growth and improvement in customer service.

 

Single Window an enabler for E-Commerce development

The African Alliance for E-commerce and the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism held a workshop in Blantyre to discuss how the Ministry can set up a Single     Window facility using the Practical Implementation Guide.The single window is   expected to reduce cost and time of formalities for foreign trade.

 “With the single window in effect, the cost and time of formalities will be reduced, contributing to improved business climate and corporatecompetitiveness,” Reads the guide in part.

 Single Window system enables a single submission of electronic document by the trader such as a single data   preparation and submission of customs declaration and duty payment for customs release and clearance.

 “Single Window Project will develop the integrated data link structure for the country & provide the comprehensive single point of contact between the government authorities. This will result into the reduction of the processes for businesses involved by reducing the operational procedures in the public sector by  Single Window, Single Submission, Single Processing & Single Decision Making  for custom release and  clearance,” Reads the guide.

 Malawi opted for National Integral single window model which encompasses Single window for Foreign Trade formalities; taking care of all administrative formalities required for foreign trade operations and logistics coordination. Single window, which is often located in a port, is aimed at processing the flow of information related to shipment, logistics and customs.

 The guide explains that it is imperative to have a robust base of IT infrastructure for a Single Window as it acts as a data exchange platform that interacts with various systems used by the stakeholders in the foreign Trade.

 The private sector has an opportunity to participate in the implementation of the Single Window through Public Private Partnerships, a model that the guide highly         recommends.

The Single Window facility has been successfully implemented in other African countries.

 

 

Lilongwe Trade Fair application form

The 3rd Lilongwe Trade Fair

26th to 31st July 2018

 

Theme: Industrialisation: Basis for Trade Competitiveness

 

Gateway Mall, Lilongwe, Malawi Tel: +265 01772 699 Fax: +265 1 871 147/ 01 772 533

Email bookings: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it – Website www.mccci.org

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Application Form

(Deadline 13th July 2018)

 

PART A: PARTICULARS OF EXHIBITING COMPANY OR ORGANISATION

Name of Business of Organisation: ………………………………………………….………………………………………..

Postal Address: …….………..………….…………………. City…………….…………….…Country….........…...............

Physical Address: ....…..……………………....………………………....................................................….....……………

Telephone: ………………………………………………….   Fax: ..................................................................................

E-Mail: ……………………………………………………….   Website……………………………………………………….

Manufacturer     Service Provider     Distributor     NGO     Trader/Wholesaler     Government     Other (Specify)

Full Name of Official Responsible for the Exhibition: …….………………………….Mobile: ………...…..…..…………

E-Mail: …………………………………………….

Full Name of Stand Manager (1): …………………………………………………… Mobile: ………..…..…..……………

E-Mail: …………………………………………….

Full Name of Stand Manager (2): ……………………………………………………. Mobile: ………..…..………………

E-Mail: …………………………………………….

 

PART B: PARTICULARS OF EXHIBITS

Briefly describe goods/services to be exhibited at the Trade Fair

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………….………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….……..…...…………

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….……….…………

PART C: EXHIBITION PAVILIONS AND PARTICIPATION FEES

Indicate your exhibition pavilion requirement in the table below

 

Standard Size pavilions are 9sqm.

 

Participant

Category

Amount (Rate/9 Square Metre Pavilion

NO. of Pavilions Booked

NO. of Delegates

Local Exhibitors

MCCCI Members

150,000.00/Pavilion

 

 

 

Non MCCCI Members

175,000.00/Pavilion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Exhibitors

Foreign Participants

USD 500/Pavilion

 

 

 

PAYMENT TERMS: 100% payment upon submission of this application form

 

Bank Details: (Applicant bears all the bank charges. Please send proof of payment to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

A/c Name: International Trade Fair       Bank name: National Bank of Malawi

A/c Type: Current Account                  Service Centre: Chichiri

A/c No.: 771791                                  Swift Code: NBMAMWMW

 

Foreign Currency Denomination Account

A/c Name: Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry     

Name of Bank: National Bank of Malawi                      A/c No.: 1001118338

Currency: United States Dollar (USD)                         SWIFT Code: NBMAMWMW

 

 

PART D: B2B MEETINGS BOOKING

 

No

Particulars of Potential Business or Organisations you would like to Meet

No

Particulars of Potential Business or Organisations you would like to Meet

1

 

6

 

2

 

7

 

3

 

8

 

4

 

9

 

5

 

10

 

 

PART E: TRADE FAIR PARTNERSHIP AND SPONSORSHIP

 

No

Category

Briefly Describe your offer for Partnership or Sponsorship

1

LTF Advertising

 

2

Entertainment during LTF

 

3

Business Dinner

 

4

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

PART F: TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION

 

I/We have read and understood the terms and conditions for participation at the Lilongwe Trade Fair contained in Appendix 1 and I/we undertake to voluntarily abide by all of them.

 

 

 

Applicants Signature: ................................……………………………Date: …………………………………................

 

PART G: FOR OFFICIAL USE

 

Name of Sales Executive …………………………………………. Stand Allocated ……………………….………………

 

Receipt Number ………………………………. Date …………………………… Signature ……………………………….

 

RETURN TO: Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Plaza House – Ground Floor, Behind Magetsi House, City Centre, Lilongwe. P.O. Box 258, Blantyre, MALAWI

Tel: +265 (0) 1 772 699/ + 265 (0) 1 871 988/813   Fax: + 265 (0) 1871147

E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    Website: www.mccci.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX 1

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION AT THE LILONGWE TRADE FAIR

The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) has organised the 3rd Lilongwe Trade Fair pursuant to its objective of promoting trade. This is an annual event that is expected to attract exhibitors from the various sectors of the economy in Malawi. Exhibitors are required to understand and comply with the Terms and Conditions for participation as contained hereunder.

 


  1. 1.APPLICATION FOR PARTICIPATION
  2. a.All applications for exhibition space at the Trade fair shall be made on the prescribed application form issued by MCCCI.
  3. b.The completed application form shall be submitted together with full payment to MCCCI to qualify for allocation of space not later than 13th July 2018.
  4. c.On signature by MCCCI and the Applicant and compliance with terms stated on the application form the document shall become binding contract between the parties. Failure to read the terms and conditions will not excuse any Exhibitor from liability where there is breach to the terms and conditions.

 

  1. 2.ALLOCATION OF EXHIBITION SPACE
  2. a.MCCCI shall allocate Exhibition space/stand/pavilion to each Exhibitor in accordance with its own classification or products/materials/services. MCCCI reserve the right to allocate available space, size at the Gateway Mall entirely at its own discretion. Allocation of space is on first come first served basis.
  3. b.MCCCI reserves the right to change the allocation of any Exhibitor without being liable for damages or compensation if circumstances call for such change and/or if the Exhibitor fails to take possession of his space/stand within the prescribed period.
  4. c.An Exhibitor who does not make the required payment within the prescribed period or fails to fulfil any or all of the conditions required for space allocation shall forfeit the space allocated and the right to participate.

 

  1. 3.USE OF EXHIBITION SPACE
  2. a.Exhibitors shall exhibit only the particular products, goods or materials or product group or type stated on their application form. Any later additions must be by the approval of MCCCI.
  3. b.Every exhibitor shall have his or her stand ready and all displays/merchandise completed 2 days before the opening day of the trade fair. Failure to do so would result in eviction without refund of any fees and compensation and the stand reallocated (refer article 2c).

 

  1. 4.PROHIBITED AND UNDESIRABLE EXHIBITS
  2. a.MCCCI absolutely prohibits the display or sale of the under-listed items during the trade fair:

(i)      Explosives and inflammable materials

(ii)     Firearms and ammunitions

(iii)    Radioactive products and materials

(iv)    Wildlife and dangerous animals

(v)     Pornographic or offensive materials

(vi)    Chemicals of a toxic or hazardous nature.

  1. b.Any Exhibitor wishing to use or demonstrate with petrol, fuel oil, paraffin, ethyl alcohol, acetylene, or any other combustible materials or operate any machine/equipment that may cause or is likely to cause explosions and/or fire outbreaks, shall be required to obtain the approval in writing of the Officials of the Blantyre City Assembly Fire Brigade present on the Trade Fair grounds.
  2. c.Demonstrations by Exhibitors with heavy moving machinery or equipment shall be undertaken only at agreed intervals and a specified area stipulated by MCCCI.

 

 

  1. 5.SUB-LETTING OF EXHIBITION SPACE

Exhibitors shall not sublet the space/stand/pavilion allocated to them to any third parties either wholly or in part without the written consent of MCCCI. The breach of this term would attract eviction from participation.

 

  1. 6.PARTICIPATION THROUGH AGENTS

Foreign exhibitors are free to participate at the Fair through local agents provided they pay participation fee applicable to foreign exhibitors.

 

  1. 7.DAMAGE/DEFACEMENT TO THE EXHIBITION STRUCTURES/ HALLS/ PROPERTY

Exhibitors shall be liable for any damage to any structures including the Halls, buildings and stands and shall not paint or otherwise deface or alter or affix anything to the floors, ceilings, pillars or walls without the prior written consent of MCCCI.

 

  1. 8.CONSTRUCTION OF STANDS/PAVILIONS
  2. a.The Gateway Mall shall be open to Exhibitors at a date fixed by MCCCI for the purpose of the construction of their stands/Pavilions and the mounting of their various Exhibits, materials and products.
  3. b.Subject to approval, Exhibitors may be granted permission by MCCCI to construct, and set up their Stands/Pavilions or shell schemes themselves provided that they follow laid down procedures and designs as communicated from time to time by MCCCI.
  4. c.Before commencing such construction the Exhibitor must have a confirmed space allocation and must also submit the drawings for the proposed construction for necessary approval in writing by MCCCI or their designated agents.
  5. d.The Exhibitors shall be liable for any damage caused to neighbouring or other Exhibitors, common property or Visitors by such Exhibitor or their servants or agents during such construction.
  6. e.The construction, furnishing and decoration of all stands/pavilions or shell scheme stands, must be completed by 6.00 pm. three (3) days before the official opening day of the Trade fair.
    1. f.Any Exhibitor whose constructed stand extends beyond the space paid for and approved for such Exhibitor, shall be liable to pay a penalty of an amount equal to double the cost of such additional space.

 

  1. 9.DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING MATERIALS

Exhibitors shall not store any hazardous materials or dispose of packaging materials in such a way and manner as shall constitute a nuisance or obstruct the free movement of persons and traffic or disfigure or endanger the environment.

 

  1. 10.DISASSEMBLING OF STANDS/PAVILIONS

Exhibitors shall disassemble their stands/pavilions and vacate their allocated space not later than two (2) days after the closing of the Trade fair. MCCCI shall not held liable for any branding materials if left unremoved after the Trade Fair

 

 

 

  1. 11.METHOD OF PAYMENT
  2. a.All payments due to MCCCI for the allocation of exhibition space, charges for utilities and advertisements in the Trade Fair catalogue shall be paid in full by Bank Draft or Bank Certified Cheque made payable to the Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) or its designated bank account.
  3. b.Payments by all Local Exhibitors shall be made in Malawi Kwacha to the Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, National Bank of Malawi, Chichiri Service Centre, Account Number. 771791.
  4. c.Payments by all foreign exhibitors shall be made in US Dollars to MCCCI, National Bank of Malawi, Chichiri Service Centre, Account Number 1001118338 SWIFT: NBMAMWMW.
  5. d.Send proof of payment to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

  1. 12.WITHDRAWAL BY EXHIBITOR

Without prejudice to the rights and remedies of MCCCI in respect of any breach of Contract on the part of any Exhibitor, MCCCI may, at their discretion, allow such Exhibitor to withdraw from participation subject to the following conditions:

(i)     The Exhibitor shall give to MCCCI written notice of his desire to withdraw from participation at the Trade fair.

(ii)    If the said withdrawal is accepted, the MCCCI shall convey their acceptance in writing to the affected Exhibitor.

(iii)   The Exhibitors would nonetheless be required to pay a penalty for such withdrawal. Refunds will only be processed one month after the Trade Fair

(iv)   Such refundable amount shall be that proportion of the Exhibition fee based on the duration the notice of withdrawal is served on MCCCI as specified below:

  1. a.Four weeks or more before the Trade Fair………………………………………….40%
  2. b.Three weeks before the Trade Fair ….…20%
  3. c.Two weeks before the Trade Fair....……. Nil

 

  1. 13.BREACH OF CONTRACT BY EXHIBITOR
  2. a.In the event of default or failure on the part of the Exhibitor to observe or perform any of the provisions of the Contract or of the Terms and Conditions of this Prospectus, MCCCI shall have the right to terminate the Contract forthwith by notice in writing to such defaulting Exhibitor.
  3. b.In the event of such termination mentioned in a) above, all rentals paid by the defaulting Exhibitors shall be forfeited to MCCCI and the Exhibitor shall indemnify MCCCI against all cost, losses, damage or expenses (including any consequential loss or damage) incurred as a result of such failure or default.

 

  1. 14.CHANGE OF DATE
  2. a.MCCCI reserve the right to change the date and duration of the Trade fair if exceptional circumstances so demand and on due notification to the Exhibitors.
  3. b.In the event of such change as stated in a) above all contracts and/or other Agreement for participation shall remain in force and the Exhibitors shall not be entitled to any claim for damages or compensation for such change.

 

  1. 15.CANCELLATION/POSTPONEMENT OF TRADE FAIR
  2. a.MCCCI shall not be liable for any loss or damages sustained by any Exhibitor, Participant or Contractor or any other persons for the cancellation or postponement of the Trade fair or the reduction of the advertised duration of the Trade Fair as a result of:

(i)      Force majeure;

(ii)     Acts of War, military activity, political/civil unrest, disturbance or riots;

(iii)    Legislation by Government of Malawi;

(iv)    Fire, flood, tempest, excessively inclement weather, storms, earthquake;

(v)     Damage caused by an aerial object or aircraft.

  1. b.In the event of the cancellation or postponement of the Trade Fair as a result of any or a combination of the events stated above 25% of the payments made by Exhibitors may be refunded by MCCCI.

 

  1. 16.MOVEMENT OF EXHIBITS
  2. a.Exhibitors shall be responsible for the cost of transporting their Exhibits to the Gateway Mall and shall also be responsible for the cost of dismantling and removing them at the end of the Trade Fair.
  3. b.Movement of vehicles and off-loading of exhibits/goods shall not be allowed during the hours of the Trade Fair (i.e. 9:00 am -4:30pm) throughout the duration of the Trade fair.
  4. c.Exhibitors shall remove all Exhibits/goods from the Trade Fair grounds within two (2) days of the end of the Trade Fair failing which they shall be liable to indemnify MCCCI in the sum of Ten Thousand Kwacha (MK10, 000) per day for everyday for which they are in breach of the period of grace.

 

  1. 17.SECURITY
  2. a.All reasonable security precautions shall be taken by MCCCI during the duration of the Trade Fair for the safety and protection of Exhibitors and Visitors to the Trade Fair.
  3. b.Exhibitors shall however be responsible for the security of their stands/pavilions exhibits and goods and MCCCI shall not be held liable for any loss, or theft or damage to such Exhibits/goods before, during or after the Trade Fair.
  4. c.In order to ensure adequate security for all persons, Exhibitors, Visitors and MCCCI, including their Contractors and Agents, the driving of any vehicles within the area where the Trade fair is designated is not allowed as well as the parking of vehicles at un-approved Car Parks on the Trade Fair grounds between the hours of 9:00am and 4:30p.m throughout the duration of the Trade Fair. The person who contravenes the rules shall be liable to a fine of K2, 500 for each contravention committed.

 

  1. 18.FIRE AND SAFETY REGULATIONS
  2. a.Fire Service Personnel shall patrol the Gateway Mall and would be authorized to limit or stop any demonstration by any Exhibitor that in their estimation could be a potential fire hazard.
  3. b.All Exhibitors shall be required to provide Fire Extinguishers and other fire prevention equipment at their stands/pavilions.

 

  1. 19.INSURANCE

All Exhibitors shall maintain an additional and appropriate policy of insurance to cover their products as well as their participation at the Trade fair and shall indemnify MCCCI against all costs, claims, demands and expenses to which they may be subject as a result of any loss or damage, claim or injury occurring or arising to any persons, goods or structures however caused in the duration of the Trade Fair. For this purpose the clause, “the duration of the trade fair” shall include the period before the actual official commencement of the trade fair, when stands, pavilions and structures are being erected and Exhibits mounted and the period after the official closing when Stands, Pavilions and all structures are being disassembled and Exhibits removed.

 

  1. 20.MOBILE EXHIBITORS/HAWKERS

Mobile Exhibitors, Hawkers, Vagrants, itinerant traders, beggar etc. shall not be allowed within the Gateway Mall compound during the Trade fair and their goods shall be confiscated.

  1. 21.SALE OF EXHIBITS
  2. a.Exhibitors may sell their Exhibits/Goods at the Trade Fair grounds subject to the Malawi Revenue Authority Regulations.
  3. b.The sale of Exhibits/goods shall be confined to each Exhibitor’s stand/pavilion only.
  4. c.Exhibitors who violate this provision shall be evicted from the trade fair.

 

  1. 22.IMPORTATION/RE-EXPORTATION OF EXHIBITS
  2. a.The full list of exhibits imported for the trade fair showing description, quantity, weight and CIF value must be prepared and shown to the Malawi Revenue Authority at the port of entry.
  3. b.All exhibits imported for the trade fair must be admitted under “TEMPORARY IMPORTATION REGULATION”. All packages and documents must be boldly marked “3rd LILONGWE TRADE FAIR” failure of which goods will be transferred to a warehouse and auctioned.
  4. c.Exhibits at the warehouse shall attract economic rent after one (1) week after the end of the trade fair.

 

  1. 23.CONSIGNMENT OF EXHIBITS

Exhibitors are advised to consign their exhibits to the following address: MALAWI CONFEDERATION OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, CENTRAL REGION OFFICE, LILONGWE, MALAWI. 3rd Lilongwe Trade Fair. TEL: +265 (0) 1 772 699/+265 1 871 988, Fax: +265 1 871 147.

 

  1. 24.ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

Exhibitors shall not engage in and shall not allow any part of their stands, pavilions or space allocated to them to be used for gambling, drinking, drugs, wrestling, boxing or any other activity of any anti-social behaviour. MCCCI’s opinion should be sought and approval obtained in writing for proposed activities at the Gateway Mall which may offend or damage the reputation of MCCCI.

 

  1. 25.SUPPLEMENTARY CLAUSES

MCCCI reserve the right as and when necessary to issue supplementary regulations in addition to those in these Terms and Conditions for Participation.

 

  1. 26.DISPUTES / DIFFERENCES AND INTERPRETATION

Any dispute, difference, or question which may arise between MCCCI and any Exhibitor touching upon the true construction of the Contract made between the parties and or these Terms and Conditions for Participation or the rights and liabilities of the parties shall be decided by MCCCI. Similarly for the purpose of interpretation of the foregoing Terms and Conditions/ individual clauses contained therein, the interpretation of MCCCI shall be final.

 

  1. 27.Further information about the Trade Fair and Payments can be obtained from:

Head, Business Linkages and Events, Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI), P.O. Box 258, BLANTYRE, MALAWI E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Website: www.mccci.org  

NB. All Exhibitors should note that No Vehicle will be allowed to park around the Exhibition Area.

 

All Exhibitors are requested to park at the designated Car Parks.

 

 

Lilongwe Trade Fair, 26-31July

Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry will from July 26-31 hold the Lilongwe Trade Fair at the Gateway Mall in Area 47 Lilongwe. Register your participation. Call 01871988 to obtain an application form.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the evening, after the official opening, MCCCI will host a networking dinner at Sunbird, Capital Hotel because MCCCI believes that business networking is a valuable way to expand knowledge, learn from the success of others, get new clients and inform potential partners about new innovations. Further a strong and active business network has advantages that can make a business  grow and flourish.

MCCCI is therefore inviting you to this networking dinner.

 

 

Lilongwe Trade Fair sponsorship opportunity

 Partner with MCCCI in sponsoring the 3rd Lilongwe Trade Fair which will be held from 26 - 31 July at the Gateway Mall ,Area 47, Lilongwe under the theme: Industrialisation: Basis for Trade Competiveness.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

  • Cost effective way of showing support to the business community through MCCCI
  • • Guarantee for your business exposure to reach out to different customers, even potential customers

SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS

  • Company logo on event materials, all electronic publicity and website promotions
  • Level of sponsorship acknowledged in all verbal communications
  • Branding opportunity during the entire event
  • Full page advertisement in the exhibitors catalogue

 

 

Malawian Companies Invited to Mozambican Trade Fair

The Investment and Export Promotion Agency of Mozambique (APIEX) will hold the 54th Edition of the Mozambique International Trade Fair(FACIM) to be held in Maputo from the 27th August to 2nd September 2018., under the theme “Mozambique and the World: Broadening the market, promoting investment and fostering partnerships”.

 

APIEX is therefore inviting Malawian companies to participate in the fair which will bring together various players from all sectors of the economy in Mozambique and abroad.

According to an invitation sent by the Malawian High Commission in Mozambique, the 2017 fair attracted 2000 exhibitors from Mozambique and foreign countries.

The invitation reads:” The mission believes that this will be a great opportunity for Malawian businesses to showcase their products and services to Mozambique and the world at large, and therefore wishes to appeal to the stakeholders in Malawi to lobby Malawi’s participation to this very important event,”

 The invitation letter further said the mission together with the Consulate in Tete will facilitate an Investment Forum on the sidelines of the FACIM.

 The forum is expected to be attended by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Malawi Investment and Trade Centre, Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Export Development Fund and other stakeholders that will be key in the lobbying efforts to promote opportunities in Malawi.

For more details visit: www.facim.gov.mz

 

 

 

 

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