TrendyBE events in collaboration with Exhibition Guru ( the company that powers Wed Expo), bring to Nigeria an end of the year exhibition-Christmas Expo and create what the organizer describes as the ‘shopping celebration’ for the people in Lagos to round-off the year.
The expo will take place in The Haven Events Centre, GRA Ikeja, Lagos, on Sunday, December 8, 2013, from 12pm till 8pm.
In a very comfortable environment, with over 100 exhibitors in one of the largest serene location, families can experience the most fulfilled Christmas Expo in Nigeria, which ensures everyone have the very best products and services to choose from, in preparation to make the Christmas season the biggest and most memorable of their lives.
According to the Planning Director, Bisola Borha “the purpose of the expo is to help promote and market goods at the exhibition. Those that deal in Christmas hamper business, items that can be given out to loved ones at Christmas, such as toys, stationary, cards, decorations, household items, cooking items, beauty and fashion products (hair, cloths, accessories, jewelries, shoes, bags, makeup) and many more need to take advantage of this perfect platform with which to showcase their products and services directly to thousands of customers. Since this time of the year till December is considered period of celebration, what we want to do is create our own shopping celebration of sort”.
The exhibition booths are of two types; Standard and Premium. Standard booth goes for Fifty Thousand Naira (N50, 000), while the Premium is for One Hundred Thousand Naira (N100, 000). A booth can also be shared for Twenty-Five Thousand Naira (N25, 000).
“We are putting in all we have got to ensure that the expo is a big one in Lagos as well as the much-talked about, the reason for partnering with Exhibition Guru (a company that powers Wed Expo). This is an advantage to be taken, for those who want to showcase their products and services directly to thousands of customers, as they prepare for Christmas. We’ve spent a lot in ensuring everyone attends this free exhibition, and to make it exclusive for the Christmas season.” said Bisola.