2021 Agriculture Show To Be Partly Virtual
The 2021 Zimbabwe Agriculture Show will be partly virtual as organisers seek to reach out to local, regional and international business partners who cannot attend the annual agro-business showcase physically, owing to COVID-19 restrictions.
Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS) chairperson, Irvine Craig, said preparations for the show are progressing well and called on exhibitors and show-goers to get vaccinated ahead of the exhibition. Said, Craig:
What makes this year’s show unique is that exhibitors will have to exhibit physically and can also reach out to their clients virtually, so we will be reaching out to all people locally, regionally and internationally virtually.
This year’s show will be unique as organisers have done away with programmes that are deemed coronavirus super spreaders.
The 111th edition of the Zimbabwe Agricultural Show will run from 27 September to 2 October.
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