Welcome to the Exhibitor Zone

The Exhibitor Zone is your checklist for a successful show. Open the tabs here to find all the forms, deadlines, documents and details you need, including experienced Kallman staff to help you every step of the way! Each Exhibitor Zone is unique to include specific information for each and every show, region and industry.

Venue 
Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC)
Map | Venue Website

 


Show Hours
Wednesday, September 23rd - Friday, September 25th
TBD Exhibitor Access
TBD  Visitor Access


Build-Up and Dismantle
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Health and Safety Information
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Parking Information
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Badge Information
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Customer Centre Link Click Here- coming soon 
*Please contact coming soon if you have not received your login details.

The Customer Centre is the portal and home to the ‘Online Exhibitor Manual’. It has been created to simplify your exhibitors pre-event experience, assist with ordering services and providing important event information. Please take your time to read through all the information carefully.  We strongly suggest that you review your Online Exhibitor Manual on a regular basis for updates.


You will find a list of forms below that are available for Medic East Africa 2020​, along with the deadline dates which are alongside each form. To complete these forms you must login to your Customer Centre Link. coming soon 

Please be aware: If forms are not completed by the deadlines specified surcharges may be applied and some services may no longer be available.

Most of the forms apply to ‘ALL stand types’ but some are specific to ‘Shell Scheme’ or ‘Space Only’. Please make sure to check the stand type on the form name before placing your order.

Required Exhibitor Forms
TBD

Shell Scheme Stand Add-ons Forms
TBD

Optional Forms
TBD

As the official freight forwarder of the USA Partnership Pavilion serving the tradeshow community for over 40 years, Kallman Worldwide, Inc. recommends TWI for all your shipping and freight forwarding needs.

Ready to ship your tradeshow materials??? 

Learn more at www.twigroup.com
Contact: Chris Drum | CDrum@twigroup.com | +1-702-691-9022
Contact: Bryce Larkin | BLarkin@twigroup.com | +1-702-691-9014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Please be aware that Kallman Worldwide is not responsible for any missing freight or packages. We strongly advise against using couriers such as FedEx or UPS that deliver straight to the venue as these small packages very often get lost at the venue.

Hotel and Travel Partner

 JetSet builds its reputation as a premier provider of air, hotel and land services for exhibitions, trade shows, missions and events world-wide. We offer unmatched options for visitors or exhibitors – whether in a group or as an independent business traveler, including extension packages, with or without accompanying spouse/family, after the trade fair.

View their service options: www.visittradeshow.com/ or email travel@kallman.com, ATTN: Shree Kumar

 

 

RW Events is the market leader in providing event accommodation, travel and consultancy for worldwide events. We pride ourselves on our personal services, attention to detail and on-site support.

View their service options: www.rwevents.net

 

 

 


International Communication

Cellhire is an international Mobile Solutions company that offers a broad range of rental services including international cell phones, BlackBerry devices, 3G data cards, and a host of satellite options.

View their service options: www.cellhire.com

 


Travel.State.Gov

The State Department’s Office of American Citizens Services and Crisis Management (ACS) administers the Consular Information Program, which informs the public of conditions abroad that may affect their safety and security. Country Specific Information, Travel Alerts, and Travel Warnings are vital parts of this program.

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Travel.Ca

The Travel Advice and Advisories are the Government of Canada’s official source of destination-specific travel information. They give you important advice to help you to make informed decisions and to travel safely while you are abroad. No matter where you plan to travel, make sure you check the Travel Advice and Advisories page for your destination twice: once when you are planning your trip, and again shortly before you leave. Safety and security conditions may change between the date you book your travel and your departure date.

Read more

 


Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)

The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) is a free service to allow U.S. citizens and nationals traveling abroad to enroll their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Read More

By enrolling in STEP, you will:

  • Receive important information from the Embassy about safety conditions in your destination country, helping you make informed decisions about your travel plans.
  • Help the U.S. Embassy contact you in an emergency, whether natural disaster, civil unrest, or family emergency.
  • Help family and friends get in touch with you in an emergency.

 

Registration of Canadians Abroad

Registration of Canadians Abroad is a free service that allows the Government of Canada to notify you in case of an emergency abroad or a personal emergency at home. The Canadian government encourages you to register whether you are planning a vacation or living abroad. Read More

By enrolling in Registration of Canadians Abroad, you will receive:

  • Important information before or during a natural disaster or civil unrest.
  • Instructions during emergencies.
  • Important changes or updates to the Travel Advice and Advisories for the country for which you registered.

USA Visa Requirements

Click Here for more information: Travel.state.gov-Kenya

Kenyan Immigration has instituted a strict visa policy whereby all visitors are strongly encouraged to obtain visas by using an online system, though visas are available upon arrival at international ports of entry including Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

  • A passport with at least two blank pages, six months’ validity, and a visa are required to enter Kenya. 
  • Single-entry visas are available online and upon arrival at Kenyan airports; however, Kenyan Immigration plans to end visas upon arrival in the future.
  • Multiple-entry visas must be applied for prior to traveling to Kenya.
  • Obtain the latest information on visas, as well as any additional details regarding entry requirements, from the Embassy of Kenya, 2249 R Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008, telephone (202) 387-6101, or the Kenyan Consulates General in Los Angeles and New York City.
  • You should have proof of yellow fever immunizations, or you may be denied entry.
  • In December 2018, the Kenyan government announced a new work permit program that requires foreigners to apply for permits and visas from their country of origin. It is recommended that work permit applications be submitted 6-8 weeks prior to travel. People already in Kenya working on a permit should submit renewal applications at last 90 days before the permit expires.

Canada Visa Requirements

Click Here for more information: Canadian passport

Canadians must be in possession of a visa to transit through, visit or work in Kenya.

Tourist visa: Required

Business visa: Required

Student visa: Required

Work Permit: Required

Transit visa: Required

To avoid problems on arrival, always check visa requirements with the High Commission of Kenya before you travel.

Tourist visas are valid for up to three months. To extend a tourist visa, contact immigration authorities once you are in the country.

You need to obtain a visa if you are transiting Kenya to another destination. Your stay may not exceed 72 hours. If you are connecting to a flight directly without leaving the airport, you do not need a transit visa.

How to obtain a visa

You should obtain a visa in advance through the High Commission for the Republic of Kenya or via the Kenyan Department of Immigration Services’ eVisa website.

Unofficial websites also offer visas but typically charge an additional service fee that is significantly higher than the cost of the actual visa. Official government of Kenya websites have an address that ends with “.go.ke”.

You can also obtain a visa at a Kenyan port of entry. Be sure to check the validity indicated on the visa immediately after issuance. The dates may be hand-written by the issuing Immigration Officer. If hard to read, ask for clarification.

Kenyan Immigration authorities have the authority to extend your visa for one month at a time, for a maximum of three months. The fee for each extension is KSH 1000, and must be requested while the visa for the previous month is still valid.

If you don’t have a valid visa you could be detained, taken to court and charged for being in Kenya illegally. You could be subject to a fine and/or deportation.

More information about Kenya’s eVisa - Kenyan Department of Immigration Services

Useful links

FAQ Page- Coming Soon!

Venue Info

Kallman Worldwide 

Joan Williams | Program Manager
JoanW@kallman.com | +1-201-251-2600 x115
 

Jodi Munzer | Sales Lead
JodiM@kallman.com | +1-201-251-2600 x119
 

Lillian Tyrrell | Project Coordinator
LillianT@kallman.com | +1-201-251-2600 x110
 

Ann Kallman | Director, Creative Services
AnnK@kallman.com | +1-201-251-2600 x113
 

Alli Cozic | Marketing Assistant
AlliC@kallman.com | @KallmanEWC | #USPavilion