Brussels Expo opens doors to seniors for Zenith and Testament fairs
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Brussels will be hosting the 21st edition of the Zenith show at Brussels Expo from November 16th to 20th this year.  Aimed at the over-50s, the event will host over 130 exhibitors, as wall as many varied conferences and activities. And for the first time ever, the fair will be partnering up with the Testament Fair. Brussels Expo Halls 3 and 8 will be divided into three themed areas: “live,” “share” and “enjoy”.  The first section will address financial issues, the second will focus on health and the last will house the latest trends in gastronomy, home interiors, new medias, fashion, beauty and travel.

About 30,500 people visited the Zenith Fair last year. “We are expecting around the same numbers this year, maybe even more now we have partnered up with the Testament Fair”, said Fisa, the fair organisers, also responsible for many other fairs, including Cocoon, Batibouw and the Food Fair.

The Testament Fair aims to encourage seniors to include a charity in their will. People will be able to ask the advice of notaries and lawyers and a hundred or so associations will be presenting their activities and services.

Further information is available on www.zenith.be and www.salontestament.be.

(Source: Belga)

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