Negros trade fair will return for its 34th year
Small and medium scale businesses from Negros will be featured at this fair
Sep 12, 2019
Since the first Negros Trade fair in Manila in 1985, many products and services offered by Negros’ craftspeople have been showcased to the public.
In their 34th year, the Association of Negros Producers (ANP) wants to give more small and medium scale businesses on the island an opportunity again to sell their proudly-made products. This event will not only pave the way for businesses to get recognition on a national but also global scale.
With this year’s theme “Timeless Traditions,” the trade fair aims to show Negros’ culture, lifestyle, and history.
The fair will include businesses in industries like food, organic products, clothing and accessories. Some of these are Ading’s Gourmet food, Virgie’s Homemade, Arete, and Hacienda Crafts.
The Negros Trade Fair will happen on Sept. 25 to Sept. 29 at the Glorietta 2 Activity Center.
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