An event that bring innovative laboratory & analytical technology to the forefront.
An event that bring innovative laboratory & analytical technology to the forefront. 18-19-20 June 2014 at K.I.C.C - Kenyatta International Conference Center, Nairobi, Kenya
kenya laborum 2014 There is no better way to reach the industry''s serious buyers at one time and in one place. In 2014 we are pleased announce Kenya Laborum 2014 which will connect the Scientific Fraternity to African Market.
Kenya Laborum will be a Gateway to enter in Kenya, which is an important player in East and Central Africa. Strategically placed & with well-developed financial markets.
Kenya Laborum will bring together an international mix of buyers, manufacturers, distributors and sellers of Laboratory, Scientific, Analytical & Biotechnology Equipments.
Kenya Laborum - three day event will provide a perfect platform to make new business connections and showcase your products & Services, all while networking with Key Players of this prolific industry under one roof at Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi.Kenya Laborum will take place on 18th - 20th June 2014 at Kenyyta, Nairobi Kenya. This is an initiative by us due to huge scope for manufacturer and distributors of Laboratory, Analytical, Biotechnology and Scientific to demonstrate their equipments in the show and explore the East African market specially education, research, pharmaceutical, food processing and agriculture. Kenya is implementing numerous plans to increase agriculture productivity, promote market access and enhance availability of affordable inputs. Kenya is currently the largest producer of pharmaceutical products in the common market for eastern and southern Africa (COMESA) region, supplying about 50% of the region''s market. Kenya''s pharmaceutical industry is on a rebound, riding on the back of increased expenditure in healthcare and general economic growth over the years. Kenya has always placed education as a priority at all levels, promoting it as a key indicator for social and economic development. In Kenya more than 16000 primary schools, 3500 secondary schools, more than 50 universities and many research institutions. It is a great opportunity to everyone related to laboratory fraternity to join us and make successful this event which is the first of its kind in Kenya or Eastern part of Africa.