We are working with a sole mission of "Bringing people and business together"


We hold weekly trade fair from producers to end-retailers, and everywhere in between! The main aim of our event is to bring the huge range of fair trade products to market, and to enable the consumer to feel that they can purchase products safe in the knowledge that the producers have not been exploited in any way. We aim to

To promote a knowledge based society through active involvement of trade related events such as exhibitions, trade shows, trade fairs, conventions , workshops, seminars, conferences and meetings.

To amass industry and business masterminds, encourage interactions among entrepreneurs, training and development of business executives in the region.

Glimpse of
our another event

2019


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Handicraft Trade Fair

SAARC Handicraft Exhibition

SAARC region has a rich cultural heritage that has provided a fillip to the development of a wide array of craft products. As a result, both cultural and novel handicrafts have created a space in the International as well as domestic markets.
We are bringing out trade fair with a focus on Nepalese handicraft. Nepal’s handicraft basket is full of novel handicrafts too. We plan to make the events integrated with the local event.

Our 3 Upcoming Trade Fair

 

Christmas Trade Fair

17-25
DECEMBER EVERY YEAR

When it is Christmas time, who wants to do their shopping in a place with pictures of starving children and begging mothers?


SEE OUR CHRISTMAS FAIR

When it is "Christmas time"


Who wants to do their shopping in a place with pictures of starving children and begging mothers? We feel that it is better to emphasise the wonderful things made in the midst of poverty and deprivation. We feel that it is better to emphasise the wonderful things made in the midst of poverty and deprivation.

Hopefully what we learn at the fair will educate us in other spheres of life; throughout the year we can buy coffee that has been produced under ethical conditions in the South, as well as tea, chocolate bars, dried fruit, and many other products that are the result of a chain of equality.
This is what fair trade means here; there is no exploitation along the line from production to the market. Over the years a wide range of organisations have taken part, representing more than 550 bodies.

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