Smart Industry is the main subject of Big Industrial Week 2020 in Cairo
The Big Industrial Week International Trade Fair and Forum will for the second time take place in the International Exhibition Center of Egypt, on 28 to 30 September 2020. Formika Group of Companies is the Trade Fair Operator.
Among priority sectors of Big Industrial Week there will be smart transport, automation technology, technology for energy sector and cities. The event will traditionally bring together more than 100 exhibitors from Africa, Asia and Europe: representatives of the largest industrial companies, medium and small businesses.
SMART EDUCATION will become a pathbreaking special project: an international platform for presentation of training equipment and discussion of smart technologies, specifications and standards in modern education.
Professional audience of the Trade Fair will be represented by buyers from North, Central Africa and the Middle East: Egypt, Turkey, UAE, Nigeria, Kenya, Morocco, Tunisia and other countries.
Elena Suvorova, Director of the Big Industrial Week International Trade Fair and Forum:
“Africa today is a very promising market with huge trade and industrial potential. The tendency to strengthen the presence of developed countries in Africa and investment in the countries of the continent is already becoming global.
Last year, our company Business Event became the first to organize a trade fair of such a scale in an African country, we presented Big Industrial Week to business community as an entry point to the countries of the African continent through Egypt.
For the host country, Egypt, this is actually the only B2B platform on this subject. We were supported by the Ministries of Trade and Industry of Russia and Egypt, and the fact that business community was highly interested in Big Industrial Week proves that in 2020 the event will be even more successful, brighter and more useful for all its participants. Since the Trade Fair is included in the list of priority events of the Russian Export Center under the program of support for Russian exporters in 2020, we expect participation of even more Russian companies. The world has entered a new decade with new forecasts. In its article Bloomberg stipulates impressive arguments for the fact that by 2030 Egypt’s economic growth will be so rapid that it will become the seventh economy in the world. I would agree with the phrase that began the recent African Investment Summit in the UK: "If you don’t do business in Africa, you don’t do business."