Thank you for your participation in the 2016 edition of Ultim8-home. We hope to see you again in the next edition of the show.
Its location in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, places the expo physically in the centre of the region. The venue is accommodated within the Zimbabwe International Exhibition centre – an extensive, permanent, purpose-built exhibition centre with a full-time specialist staff and plenty of room for expansion in future years. The Ultim8 Home exhibition will be situated in Hall 1.
Business Days: 25 – 27 April 2017
(No persons under the age of 18 admitted on Business Days)
Public Days: 28 – 29 April 2017
N.B. Spot sales permitted in all areas on last day of ZITF (Saturday 29 April 2017)
Opening Times: 9.00am – 5.00pm daily
The expo showcases providers of products, services and accessories in the following areas
- Mini show rooms
- Building accessories
- DIY- indoor repair, accessories, tools
- Services- architecture, design, and interior décor
- Finance & insurance
- Energy efficiency
- Home textiles
- Wood products
Ultim8 Home attracts visitors such as home builders, renovators, professional builders, contractors, project managers, artisans, retailers, interior designers, architects, property developers and general public.
Please contact us for participation costs.
To view the Ultim8 Home 2016 flyer, please click the button.
Ultim8 Home will be held in Hall 1.
The important dates and times for ZITF 2017 are as follows:
DURATION: April 25 – 29 2017
OPENING TIMES: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
OFFICIAL OPENING: April 29 at 2:00 pm
BUSINESS DAYS: 25 – 27 April 2017
No restriction on the number of passes to each medium will be put PROVIDED THEY ARE USED BY YOUR PERSONNEL IN THEIR OFFICIAL CAPACITY.
Media Validation Requirements
ZITF reserves the right to request the following validations before granting accreditation:
Recognised Media or Press Card issued by their employers,
Positive identification of journalistic employment e.g. letter of assignment on official letterhead from the Editor or Bureau Chief.
Freelance journalists may be requested to provide two by line editorial stories.