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Bahrain’s participation in the Istanbul International Fashion Fair has begun

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Bahrain’s participation in the Istanbul International Fashion and Apparel Fair, which is currently held in Istanbul, Turkey, started with the participation of more than 20 Bahraini leaders and businesswomen working in the fields of design, production and trade. Those who are active in the field of fashion and ready-made clothing and seek opportunities to develop their business activities in this field.
This participation is organized by the Alwani Bahrain Association within the framework of the Association’s objectives based on supporting the economic independence of Bahraini women and supporting them to discover more job opportunities in various sectors and increase their economic contribution to society.
President of Bahrain Alwany Association and head of Bahrain delegation to the exhibition, Ammar Awaji, said that the association participated in the Istanbul International Fashion and Apparel Fair for the second time. Success with first participation in the previous edition of the exhibition last February.
Awaji noted the promising results of this engagement as a large number of Bahraini women were able to make deals, expand their businesses and enter new business activities.
Vice President of the Association, Dr. Houriya Al-Diri explained that the Association is working to provide everything necessary for the members of the participating Bahraini delegation to sign various commercial deals during the three days of the exhibition. and actively participating in a number of accompanying programs in the field of fashion shows, workshops and meetings, and meetings with apparel consultants and suppliers.
pointed to d. Noting that international commercial companies specializing in the shipment of clothes to regional and international markets, as well as a number of clothing, fabric and accessory factories are included in the exhibition, Al-Diri invited interested women and entrepreneurs to contact the Alwani Association and get information. About the participation mechanism.

Source: Alayam

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