Kenyan Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)\u00a0 that would like to showcase their products during the 17th China International Small and Medium Enterprises Fair (17th CISMEF) in 2020\u00a0 have been asked to register with the Kenya Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI). This was agreed during a meeting between KNCCI President Richard Ngatia and Deputy Secretary-General of the People\u2019s Government of Guangdong Province\u00a0 Ren Xiaotie with Ren accepting to offer free exhibition space in the fair as well as facilitation to\u00a0 Kenyan SMEs. Following the meeting, the Chamber will take charge of organizing the Kenya SMEs to participate in the exhibition and forum activities of the 17th and 18th CISMEF. Speaking during the meeting, Ngatia called on SMEs especially those eyeing the Chinese market to take advantage of the fair to form joint ventures with their Chinese counterparts to improve the balance of trade between the two countries. \u201cI am glad that the Chamber has another chance to offer our members especially small and medium enterprises who want to penetrate the Chinese market an opportunity to showcase in this international fair. KNCCI will continue to extend prospects to all our members to allow them to reach new markets and find their space in the global markets,\u201d Ngatia said. Besides display of Kenyan products, technologies and services SMEs and government agencies can be used to demonstrate national image, tourism resources as well as featured cultural resources. \u201cWe have proposed the formation of a joint working committee between Kenya and the People\u2019s Government of Guangdong Province that will help improve exchanges between SMEs in both countries even as we evaluate other areas of cooperation,\u201d said Ren .