Why Exhibit at AAD 2020?

As a marketplace for aerospace and defense suppliers, Africa presents a compelling cross-section of the industry’s top military and commercial growth sectors, with long-term forecasts befitting the world’s second largest continent.

Why Exhibit in the USA Partnership Pavilion?

The USA Partnership Pavilion at Africa Aerospace & Defence 2020 builds on America's equity in South Africa and Kallman Worldwide's history with the show to help you meet more buyers, decision-makers and influencers here. We've been the official U.S. representative and organizer of America's presence here since the show's second edition in 2010, and that experience translates into more value for you on the African continent. In addition to our suite of end-to-end exhibitor services, the upcoming edition of the Pavilion will feature an innovative turnkey stand design, a robust delegation program and signature USA Partnership Pavilion events to promote networking among American suppliers, African buyers and civilian and military leaders.

Experience more of what you're going for at AAD 2020!

Kallman Worldwide creates unique opportunities for you to strengthen business relationships in Africa by maximizing your impact at Africa Aerospace and Defence 2020! Learn about our exclusive program features here, and start planning to take advantage of them there.

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