Life Style Vietnam 2024 welcomes Myanmar businesspeople

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A glimpse of the poster describing the Life Style Vietnam 2024.

Vietnam Handicraft Exporter Association (VIETCRAFT) has invited the participation of Myanmar businesspeople to the Vietnam Home Décor and Gifts Fair (Life Style Vietnam 2024) that will be held on 18-21 October 2024 at Sky Expo Centre in Ho Chi Minh City, according to Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization. The fair will showcase Vietnam’s art and crafts, home décor, gifts, indoor and outdoor furniture, textiles, personal accessories, leather bags, toys, stationery and traditional products. The fair is expected to draw over 1,600 stands from domestic and international businesspeople engaged in the handicraft and furniture industry.
The living style of Vietnam attracted the attention of the exhibitors across over 30 countries. With the marketing team’s continuous efforts, more than 3,000 buyers from Vietnam will join the fair in addition to traditional customers from the USA, EU and Japan. The participation fee is set at $1,700 (one side open) per (3 metres by 3 metres by 2.5 metres) booth, $1,800 (two sides open) and $1,950 (three sides open), $2,100 (four sides open).
Interested business entities, the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry and its delegates can enquire through the Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization via email: [email protected] and contact numbers 067 408622 and 067 408623 by 24 June. — NN/EM

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