Central Luzon trade fair a success

During the first four days of the Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair, the participating exhibitors earned P12.05-million in sales.

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Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair features the work of more than 110 Micro Small and Medium Enterprises from the region selling items such as food products, furniture and handicrafts, novelty items, household items, and Christmas decorations. The trade fair ran from September 23 until October 1, 2015 at the Old Glorietta Activity Center in Makati City.

A Pampanga seller of homemade nuts bagged more than P1.5-million in sales during the initial run of the trade fair, while a handicraft maker earned about P1.38-million. A bag maker from Bulacan sold almost P600,000 worth of products in only four days of the trade fair.

Likha ng Central Luzon is staged annually and is now on its 17th year. By introducing the region’s products to Metro Manila buyers, exhibitors have expanded their market base and have contracted institutional buyers for their products.

From the Department of Trade and Industry