SME Fair Begins Sunday
Sunday, 24 May 2009

The fourth small and medium enterprises fair starts on Sunday in the city displaying products of some 80 entities.

The fair, organised by the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industries, will be inaugurated by trade minister Faruq Khan at 11am.

The fair will have 94 stalls and 12 pavilions.

"This fair is significant for attracting customers and to bring positive and qualitative changes in the economy," said FBCCI president Annisul Huq.

Seven entrepreneurs will be awarded 'FBCCI-Standard Chartered Bank SME Award' on the last day of the fair. President Zillur Rahman will be present on that day as the chief guest.

The fair will display agro-based products, light engineering tools, ceramic and melamine products, textile and apparel, processed fruits and vegetables, readymade garment, milk products, furniture, fish and fish feed, jute-based products, pickles, fruit juice, jam and jelly, poultry, cane and bamboo products, cottage industry, plastic and organic products, jewellery, watches, food products, drinks and herbal medicine.

Media partners of the fair are, Shomokal, Channel I, Financial Express and Radio Today.

FBCCI had arranged the SME fair in 2002, 2005 and 2006.

The fair will run from 10am to 9pm every day.


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