Businesses have been urged to participate and take advantage of trade exhibitions to market their products. This, according to the founder of the EMY Africa expo, Kojo Soboh, is an alternative way to showcase products and services with integrated consumer experience. He was speaking during the launch of the maiden EMY Africa expo.

From sports to food, beverages to travel, automobiles to arts and culture, health to fashion, and everything in between, the first-ever EMY Africa expo is a three-day event which will feature businesses to showcase and sell their products and services with the opportunity for networking and business expansion.

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At the launch of the expo, the founder of the EMY Africa expo, Kojo Soboh called on businesses to show interest in such trade exhibitions as an alternative marketing option.

Chief executive of the Ghana Investment Promotion Center Yoofi Grant who spoke to GHOne business commended organizers of the expo and called on businesses to take advantage of the fair.

Award-winning rapper and entrepreneur Okyeame Kwame described the expo as a novelty adding that the platform will create an environment for businesses to interact with potential investors, have fun and grow their business.


The premium marketplace expo will be held at the Accra International Conference Center from the 14th June to 16th June, 2024.

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