Nampo Harvest Day virtual edition fully booked

The South African agri industry has once again demonstrated its resilience with the staging of  the inaugural NAMPO Virtual. Drawing on the heritage of NAMPO Harvest Day, the NAMPO brand, takes another step forward with this initiative to still offer their partners and clients the opportunity to introduce product updates, launches, trade and network.

The NAMPO Virtual trade fair is excited to announce that it could put up the “Sold Out” sign with all three of the virtual halls fully supported by the agri industry. NAMPO as a brand has always been more than a trade fair and every effort is made to ensure that the Virtual edition will also be “more than a booth”.

Trade visitors will be pleased to learn that the entrance fee was waived by Grain SA. Visitors can now register online at at no charge. What can visitors expect?

South Africa’s leading agricultural suppliers are exhibiting in three virtual halls and each virtual stand has a webinar programme for visitors, a chatroom and a number of downloads of brochures and information.

Visitors can also participate by personalising their virtual experience and sharing content on the platform under My NAMPO at  

A number of interactive opportunities include a photo gallery where loyal and regular NAMPO supporters can post photos of their memories of NAMPO. There will also be a number of competitions, lucky draws and information on show specials.

The establishment of a digital TV channel alongside the virtual trade show is undoubtedly a first for NAMPO and will enable visitors to tap into a four-day TV channel with content ranging from panel discussions through to lunchtime cooking shows and entertainment. This complimentary channel is accessible to all pre-registered trade visitors.

NAMPO Virtual opens on Wednesday 9 September and runs until Saturday 12 September 2020. Show hours are 09:00 – 19:00 daily except Saturday when the show closes at 14:00.

For more information and to register as a trade visitor please visit

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