Jos 2019 Trade Fair MOU Signed, Anista assures a Bigger and Better Fair (Photos)


The Plateau Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (PLACCIMA) on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Anista Marketing and Events Limited in its bid to host the 2019 Plateau  state trade fair.

The MoU signed by  Anista Marketing and Events and PLACCIMA to host the trade fair would run for  another  three years consecutively.

Speaking after signing the MoU  the deputy president of PLACCIMA and Chairman trade fair planning committee Chief Simon Tangni, said ” we have held  the  trade fair  3 years  consecutively with Anista marketing events and they have performed excellently well and it is based on their performance that we have consulted them to host the trade fair for another  three more years .”

 Ms Bolcit Patience Barshep ACE , the MD/CEO Anista Marketing  and events limited   in her speech said  ” we would make the 2019 trade fair bigger and better .”
” In Previous  trade fairs  we  brought investors from Ghana, India ,Mali,Pakistan and several other countries and we would work to bring more  in 2019 .”

She said  “I am honoured to have signed this MOU  , this has challenged us to do more , in the past three years , organizing the trade fair has exposed Plateau to the world   in the 2019 trade fair , we would work  to ensure that more investors visit Plateau .”

 “We would continue to  contribute our quota in this challenging economic period, specifically in areas of engaging youths in Plateau state productively.”

Barshep further  said “,Anista would partner with Bank of Industry BOI  ,GIZ and other indigenous brands to  make the 2019 trade fair bigger and better “.

“I am optimistic that the forthcoming 2019 Jos trade fair would provide a good business platform for people of the state to showcase their products and also help to boost the economy of the state .”
 She further said the 2019  Tradefair  would hold  from 10th to  27th October 2019  with the theme Trade fairs, a Platform for Promoting Tourism Potentials on the Plateau