Montego Bay Expo 2017 this weekend

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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The Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) will be staging its annual Expo 2017, western Jamaica's largest and most notable trade expo, from Friday to Sunday.

The biennial event will have as title sponsors, digital and print advertising firm, Yello Media.

This year it is being held under the theme 'Connecting Industries — Building Together' at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, and will serve as a platform for local businesses to showcase the best of Jamaica's goods and services with a specific focus this year on Jamaica's service industry.

According to Yello Media Jamaica's Marketing Manager Ayanna Kirton, partnering as title sponsors of this year's expo has offered Yello Media a great opportunity to forge meaningful partnerships with MoBay's business community.

“There has been a lot of growth in the city and we strongly believe that there is much more development to come. We have therefore partnered with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry to help push the progress along in any way possible,” she said.

The Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and industry Expo is the largest event of its kind in western Jamaica, and one of Jamaica's leading trade expositions.

The highly acclaimed three-day trade exposition is now firmly established on Jamaica's business calendar, with this year being its 17th staging.

The MBCCI says that Expo 2017 will provide exhibitors with myriad networking and marketing opportunities; allowing sponsors greater visibility and leveraging possibilities. About 15,000 visitors are expected to view over 100 exhibitions paid out in 57,525 square feet of exhibition space.




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