Johannesburg Expo Center is a premier exposition center in Johannesburg and boasts of having the largest exhibition facilities in South Africa. The Expo Center is known for its quality services and outstanding venue, that is capable for hosting all types of events, trade fairs, conferences and seminars . The Expo Center offers more than 42,000 sq mt of indoor space and around 80,000 sq mt of outdoor flexible space for the exhibitors and organizers. Being the main forum for both national and international exhibitors, the Johannesburg Expo Center is equipped with high-tech facilities and provides services such as telecommunication services, banking facilities, 5-star in house catering facilities, parking facilities, simultaneous conference sessions, breakaway rooms, alfresco refreshment areas and much more. It prides itself in being able to promote and create new business opportunities for their clients and in ensuring their events are highly successful.
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Location: The Expo Center can be easily reachable by a number of highways, which are all very well connected, coming from different directions and is just 1 or 2 kilometers away from Bloemfontein and the Tambo International Airport.
Coverage Area: 42000
CNR Rand Show and Nasrec Roads Nasrec
Johannesburg, South Africa
The sophisticated Johannesburg Expo Center is equipped with modern conveniences which fulfills all the international requirements of its exhibitors. Apart from being accessible from many entrances, it provides all the infrastructural requirements such as banking facilities, telecommunication services, five star in house catering facilities, hotel booking facilities and secure parking for up to 20 000 vehicles and other exhibitor services.
Johannesburg, is a city brimming with a lot of fun tourist activities and attractions which are all located in close vicinity with tourist places like the Gold Reef City Casino, Gold Reef City historical village, the Apartheid Museum, shopping malls and a variety of refined dining restaurants. The holiday visitors can also visit historical art museums like the Johannesburg Art Gallery, the Museum Africa and the Mandela Museum. One must also visit the Cradle of Humankind which has been named by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The outskirts of Newtown, Melville, Greenside, Norwood and Parkhurst, are popular for their carefree and relaxed atmosphere, street life, and many restaurants and bars.
03 - 12 April 2015
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