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2020 Wedding Fair applications open

For all the inspiration you seek, don’t miss next year’s Wedding Fair!

The Wedding Fair (TWF) has been established to take the role of coordinating Namibia’s foremost authority of marketing Namibia’s burgeoning wedding industry. TWF creates a platform for small and medium enterprise who have no space to set up shops due to financial constraints to showcase their products and create a wedding and events network amongst one another. The purpose of the Wedding Fair is to bring together buyers and sellers in this wide social market.

This Fair is also set to provide a platform for corporate citizens and the private sector to get involved in the weddings industry through mutually beneficial partnerships. The fair will not only promote the reputation of Namibia’s SMEs trading in key sub-sectors of the wedding industry such as hospitality and catering, fashion and apparels, photography and jewelry and accessories but also further solidify Namibia as an investment-worthy destination for honeymoons and weddings.

The Wedding Fair under the theme For all the inspiration you seek, will take place on 3- 4 April 2020. It will be hosted at the Windhoek Show Society. Applications are now open and available from Events Today.

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