Showcase your Manufacturing products and services

With their tightly focused profiles and carefully targeted audiences, exhibitions are highly cost-effective sales and marketing platforms.

Join us at the Manufacturing Indaba 2019 exhibition, running alongside the 2 day conference to showcase your company expertise.

25-26 June 2019

Complete the exhibition booking form

WHO SHOULD EXHIBIT?

  • Companies in the energy sector, biofuels, nuclear, renewables, green and energy saving industries
  • Chemical manufacturers
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturers
  • Automotive cluster, manufacturers, part manufacturers
  • Industrial Development Zones (IDZs)
  • Agro-processing
  • Aerospace & defense
  • Service providers, i.e. banks, law firms, consulting firms, etc.
  • International manufacturers wanting to establish themselves in South Africa
  • Any other manufacturers wanting to grow their businesses in the South African market

Who visited the 2018 Manufacturing Indaba exhibition?

The registered Exhibition Visitors included a diverse range of sectors. Be sure to take advantage of a great audience and register to exhibit your products and services at the next event.

Complete the exhibition booking form to participate

10 REASONS TO EXHIBIT AT MANUFACTURING INDABA

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    BEYOND EMAIL: MEET YOUR CUSTOMERS IN PERSON
    Meet and connect with prospective customers in person, discuss their long term plans, order requirements and address their questions immediately.
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    LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD, EVEN IF YOU ARE AN SME
    The exhibitions give you access to the same number of visitors as your larger competitors, allowing you to attract the same opportunity.
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    INSIGHT FROM SPEAKING DIRECTLY TO YOUR MARKET
    Feedback can help a business improve but it is challenging to find qualified feedback! At the exhibition, you can speak directly to people in your industry and conduct informal surveys.
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    PERSONALISED BUSINESS MATCHMAKING PROGRAMME
    Face-to-face meetings are excellent ways to strengthen business relationships with prospective customers. Business Matchmaking pre-arranges individual meetings, ensuring that you will have the opportunity to meet key decision makers.
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    STRENGTHEN OR ESTABLISH YOUR BRAND
    An ideal opportunity to position your business as a leader in its industry, showcase your best products and giving your business boost.
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    CLOSE DEALS WITH NEW CUSTOMERS AT THE EVENT
    The visitors to the exhibition are ideal prospective customers for closing deals: they are not distracted by their daily responsibilities and the informal atmosphere makes it easy for them to approach you about products and services.
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    LEARN ABOUT NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE INDUSTRY
    Get first hand experience of other cutting edge developments in the manufacturing industry and the opportunities it creates.
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    RAPIDLY EXPAND YOUR DATABASE OF SALES LEADS
    Build a list of qualified leads faster than other methods, because your exhibition stand will be seen by thousands of visitors. The contacts you make at the event gives your sales team a valuable advantage.
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    OPTIMISE YOUR SALES AND MARKETING STRATEGY
    Expose your sales team to hundreds of prospects in a short period and allow them to test different marketing techniques. In this responsive environment, you will quickly learn what works best, allowing you to vastly improve your sales strategy.
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    BE A PART OF THE MANUFACTURING VALUE CHAIN
    Meet new companies that can help your business on all levels: prospective customers and vendors, which could lead to expanding your distribution AND your supply chain.

TARGET AUDIENCE

The audience to be invited is aligned to the dti’s Industrial Policy Action Plan 2017/18 – 2019/20. the dti‘s Industrial Policy Action Plan identifies three sector clusters that are critical to the industrial development of the South African economy, namely:

CLUSTER 1 – QUALITATIVELY NEW AREAS OF FOCUS

  • Realising the potential of the metals fabrication, capital and transport equipment sectors, particularly arising from large public investments
  • Upstream Oil and Gas
  • ‘Green’ and energy-saving industries
  • Agro-processing, linked to food security and food pricing imperatives;
    Boatbuilding

CLUSTER 2 – SCALED-UP AND BROADENED INTERVENTIONS IN EXISTING IPAP SECTORS

  • Automotive products and components, and medium and heavy commercial vehicles;
  • Chemicals, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and plastics
  • Clothing, textiles, footwear and leather
  • Biofuels
  • Forestry, paper, pulp and furniture
  • Creative and cultural industries
  • Business process services

CLUSTER 3 – SECTORS WITH POTENTIAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LONG-TERM ADVANCED CAPABILITIES

  • Nuclear
  • Advanced materials
  • Aerospace, Defence
  • Electrotechnical and ICT
Complete the exhibition booking form

For additional exhibition information, click here to email, or send an email to info@manufacturingindaba.co.za with ‘MI JHB Exhibition Enquiry’ in the subject line.