The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company (ZITF Company) is the leading international exhibition organiser in the country. Their exhibitions and events are the first place where industry trends, ideas and innovative products are unveiled. ZITF brings together a diverse audience to promote trade and investment in the country. The 2017 exhibition will be run under the theme” harnessing Linkages for industrial development”

The last week of April 2017 will see the City of Bulawayo hosting the 58th edition of the country’s premier trade showcase, the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair, from 25-29 April, at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre in Bulawayo. Preparations for the international and multi-sectoral trade exhibition began in May  but intensified last month with the unveiling of the theme and creative concept for the 2017 exhibition.


The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair is one of the largest intra-regional trade fairs South of the Sahara. An annual exhibition which offers exposure to both trade and public visitors, the multi-sectoral, multi-national expo provides a convenient trade hub for the region. Its location in Bulawayo, the centre of Southern Africa, is at the crossroads of the regional trade and transportation routes.

the 2017 diary is as follows

  • 25 – 27 April Exclusive business days
  • 26 April The annual International Business Conference with renowned local and international speakers
  • 27 April ZITF Golf Challenge, a high profile, charity golf day
  • 28 April ZITF 2017 Official Opening Ceremony
  • 28 – 29 April Two days open to the general public




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