The (Dream) exhibition, which kicked off at the Galaxy Hall in As-Suwayda today, included various handicrafts that combined embroidery, food products, models, candles and accessories, with the participation of 24 exhibitors from micro-enterprises.
The supervisor of the exhibition, Amal Mansour, indicated in a statement to SANA reporter that the exhibition held by the Dream Company for the coordination and organization of exhibitions will continue until the eighteenth of this month and aims to shed light on the work of micro-enterprises and encourage and motivate those in charge of them to continue to work and introduce their products in a way that secures a source of income for them.
Sherine Aliwi, who is participating in products related to the manufacture of children's toys, said that this exhibition represents a transition for her from Internet marketing to direct marketing, which contributes to publicizing her project more, while Munira Al-Nabwani, participating in the field of fruit drying, found that the exhibition was an opportunity to introduce her products in the governorate after multiple exhibitions in which she participated. In Damascus, while the young woman, Baraa Nofal, noted the importance of her third participation in exhibitions to introduce her accessories products.
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