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Kitwe business expo returns after three-year lull


After three-year ‘no show’ Copperbelt Agriculture, Mining, Industrial and Networking Expo (CAMINEX) will be staged at the Kitwe showgrounds.

Copperbelt Mining, Agriculture and Commercial Show Society (CACSS) board chairperson London Mwafulilwa said in a statement on Thursday that dates for this year’s CAMINEX had been set.

“We are pleased to announce that the Expo for the year 2023 will be held from May 30 to June 1, 2023 at the show grounds in Kitwe after a three-year absence due to the outbreak of Covid-19,” Mwafulilwa said.

He said the global Covid -19 pandemic that came with many challenges on movement and gatherings made it difficult to hold the Expo in 2020, 2021 and 2022 respectively.

“We have made a decision in 2023 to engage all the stakeholders which include the government, sponsors, exhibitors, partners, organisers and visitors to move on and put the last three years behind us,” Mwafulilwa said.

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He observed that the last three years had been devastating to all in terms of health and the general business environment.

Mr Mwafulilwa said this was time to move on and that CAMINEX 2023 intends to bring together the various stakeholders in the industry for the purpose of moving on.

The theme for CAMINEX 2023 will be “Copperbelt: Re-ignite. Rebuild. Renew”.

He said the board would continue encouraging a one to one business engagement and through various exhibitors and also through seminars hosted at the show where industrial experts and scholars share presentations on trending topics and developments on the sidelines of the show.

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