THEME: RETHINKING MANUFACTURING AND VALUE CHAINS FOR INCLUSION AND SUSTAINABILITY.
The Manufacturing Industry will Convene LIVE and IN-PERSON to do Business in April 2022!
Equipment & Manufacturing West Africa provides the biggest opportunity in 2022 to position your company as an industry thought leader and key market player in front of policy makers, business leaders, disruptors and innovators.
For three days, the trade exhibition along with the Knowledge Theatre Conference, facilitates serious business and networking opportunities for the manufaturing community.
The event creates the perfect environment for manufacturers, distributors, buyers , raw materials suppliers from the manufacturing industry to meet face-to-face and do business. That’s not all, the event offers the opportunity to gather insight on the latest processes, exchange ideas with industry leaders and build a strong network in the region.
Download the brochure today and see how partnering with us can help you achieve your business objectives.
There are many ways and sources to market your products and services, but nothing can beat the benefits that the trade show have to offer. Even in a world of social media and online marketing, nothing beats the power of face-to-face conversation.
YOUR BUSINESS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
EMWA gives you the opportunity to showcase new & innovative products and techniques and provides a professional & comprehensive marketing platform bringing together industry buyers, suppliers and educators to share ideas and develop business relationships.
Establish your brand as a provider of tomorrow’s solutions for today, secure your space now!
What Exhibitors Say
While we understand the impact of COVID, this show is already a successful one for us and we will be back in 2022, stronger than this.
Regional Business Line Manager, Compressor and Power Technique
Subsahara Africa at Atlas Copco
We decided to come to Nigeria because it is an important country for us and for the future. The event is quite well organised.
Area Sales Manager, North – West – Central Africa