Founded in 1991, we organize international trade fairs in emerging markets. Over the decades, more than 36,000 exhibitors and 1.5 million trade visitors have expressed their confidence in us.
The company is managed by its founder Martin März and his son Paul, who joined in 2016, and boasts a highly motivated team of young professionals, many of them qualified in-house over three years in partnership with the German Cooperative State University to a Bachelor’s degree in trade fair and event management.
fairtrade maintains a powerful network of partnerships throughout the world. And as members of UFI The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry and being ISO 9001:2015 certified, we strive for a high level of customer satisfaction.
The choice is yours.
Modular stand construction, upgrades, additional furniture and technical equipment for your stand.
Or you simply book your space with us and commission your stand builder with your individual stand. We would also be happy to recommend our contractual partners.
Conveniently book your exhibition stand & all additional services online.
In the fairtrade online shop.
Please contact us to create your personal log-in.
The business portal makes matchmaking possible!
It allows exhibitors and visitors to connect before, during and after the trade show.
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Additional orders to customize your participation can be easily booked.
Learn more about our marketing services, visa support and more.
Transportation & customs clearance
The products you want to exhibit must be delivered to the exhibition?
We will support you with transport and customs clearance. As we cooperate with professional forwarding agents that are familiar with the exhibition country.
How to get to the exhibition? Where to stay?
We offer special rates for flights and accommodation.
A new Africa strategy is to be adopted at the summit meeting between the European Union and the African Union in October 2020. To this end, the EU Commission and the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, have now presented principles which aim to establish a strategic partnership with the African countries.
The new EU Commission has identified the EU's relations with Africa as one of its priorities and proposes five key areas for the new partnership Climate change, digital change, peace and good governance, migration and mobility and sustainable growth. In 2018, trade between the 27 EU countries and Africa will reach €235 billion. This represents 32% of Africa's total trade.
Germany has intensified its commitment to developing economic relations with Africa. For example, the budget for the participation of German companies in further trade fairs in Africa has been increased for 2019 and 2020. In Africa, the Foreign Trade Fair Programme (AMP) for 2020 currently provides for a total of 34 participations by the Federal Ministries of Economics and Energy (BMWi) and Food and Agriculture (BMEL). In addition, three participations are planned as part of the Export Initiative Energy (EEM).
(AUMA, 06 March 2020)