The much anticipated Region Five (Mahaica/Berbice) Exposition and Fair, has been set to
commence from April 15 at the Bath Settlement Community Centre Ground.
The two-day event is part of the West Berbice Chamber of Industry and Commerce drive to promote commerce and trade within the region.
The event will showcase the Region’s diversity with the hopes of attracting potential investors to the Region. The event will be hosted under the theme “Building a Diversified Economy”.
The Exposition and Trade Fair is expected to attract public and private sectors business, Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) and other organisations that will exhibit their products and services.
The usual vending, children games and entertainment including live bands and fireworks will also be present at the event.
The Chamber stated yesterday that it is delighted to have been part of this initiative since it believes that the investment represents development to the Region and will go a far way on improving and exposing businesses within the region to additional markets near and far.
“The Chamber welcomes the undertaking and businesses are encouraged to book their booths
early. The Chamber will continue to support the development of communities within which it serves.”
President David Granger will be delivering the opening address at the expo. Patrons can enjoy live bands with musical entertainment from Crown Vibes Sounds Company, Shakti Strings Orchestra and King Murphy One Man Orchestra alongside the Guyana 2016 Chutney King.
Booth spots under the main exposition auditorium with sizes 10 feet by eight feet are available for $20,000.
In addition, spots are available around the venue for larger companies that are desirous of establishing their own external booths.
Admission to the event is $500 for adults and $200 for children.
The Expo will open from 16.00 hours daily and close midnight.
Interested partners and sponsors are asked to come on board. For more information, contact 592-328-7977, 612-1944, and 611-005 5or email [email protected] or any member of the West Berbice Chamber.
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