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Exhibitions & Conferences

Our exhibitions and conferences division organises dedicated events for niche industry segments.

Our Exhibitions.

We organise and host events that cater to the needs of niche industry segments in the Middle East & Africa region. Our trade shows provide a platform for industry professionals to explore new markets, build brand awareness and generate qualified leads for their business.

Sleep Expo Middle East

Sleep Expo Middle East is the ONLY dedicated event of its kind in the Middle East and Africa region for this growing sector. It is an ideal platform for exhibitors Sleep Industry across the world to showcase their products, innovations, and solutions to the growing market in the region.

MEFPU Expo

Middle East Foam and Polyurethane Expo is the region’s only dedicated event for the foam and polyurethane industries, co-organised with Crain Communications. It focuses on the latest developments in the industry and serves as an ideal platform for exhibitors to showcase their innovative solutions.


ASB Expo

Adhesives, Sealants & Bonding Expo is a dedicated event for this sector in the Middle East and Africa region. This brand new trade show will focus on the major developments in the industry and will bring together under one roof significant solutions and innovative technologies in the adhesives, sealants and bonding market.

Issa Pulire Clean Africa

ISSA Pulire Network and Media Fusion have come together to organize an international fair, representative of the professional cleaning, facility management, carwash, pest control, waste management and laundry sectors in Nigeria. The show offers a platform to promote the most innovative and advanced cleaning practices, the latest products and technologies, and services to potential buyers in Nigeria. The show will also feature the commercial laundry, car wash, pest control and facilities management industries.
Why Nigeria? Because Nigeria is the most populous country in the African continent and the third host economy for FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) in Africa after Egypt and Ethiopia. Lagos, the largest city of Nigeria, has a growing technology sector, booming tourism industry and hospitality industry; despite being hit by the recent crude oil prices and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The country is one of the top-10 improvers for the second time in the Doing Business Report by the World Bank. It has attracted healthy inflows from American companies, including giants such as Uber, Facebook, Emergent Payments and Meltwater group. China has also invested considerably in Nigeria's textile, automotive and aerospace industries.