For the second consecutive year the World Trade Centre Cyprus is presenting the Made in Cyprus Exhibition with the objective of increasing awareness and sales of Cypriot services and products both at home and abroad. It is taking place at the Limassol Marina in the Trakasol Cultural Centre 25th – 27th September 2015 and is predicted to gather visitors from Cyprus and overseas. There will be approximately fifty exhibitors taking part ranging from property to traditional Cypriot bakery produce, tourism to telecom and many categories in between. Visitors will discover a fascinating and diverse array of food, drinks and services on offer. The Mayor of Limassol Andreas Christou welcomed the decision to hold the event in Limassol’s showcase marina project and the Limassol Municipality is one of the events supporters along with the Cyprus Employers and Industrialists Federation (OEB) under the umbrella and official promotion of the Cyprus Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism. The opening hours for the exhibition will be on Friday 25th September from 6 pm – 9 pm whilst on the 26th and 27th of September the hours will be from 11am – 9 pm. Entry costs 3 Euros with free entry for the under sixteens. For further information telephone 25588116.
The World Trade Centre Cyprus was established in 2004 with the headquarters in Limassol. It has extensive networking links around the world to assist businesses in establishing export markets. It holds membership of the World Trade Centre Association and thereby is part and parcel of a 300 strong group of World Trade Centres that extends over six continents. As such it offers many potential advantages and a body of invaluable know how and experience to the aspiring businesses who wish to expand into the international arena.
Cyprus has long been a trading nation sitting as it does at the crossroads of Asia, Europe and the Middle East and many opportunities exist that may be exploited by entrepreneurs, business people and investors alike. The stability of Cyprus in the region and the infrastructures it already has in place to facilitate international trade give the island a distinct advantage in this age of globalisation.
Sources: www.goldnews.com.cy, www.wtccy.org.
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