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‘Grand Eid Exhibition 2022’ launched by ‘Uddokta Chatogram’

  • Sun Online Desk
  • 5th July, 2022 02:51:56 PM
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Eid-ul-Azha is coming after a few days with the glory of sacrifice although the vibe of Eid-ul-Fitr remains intact. During Eid, we want sacrificial animals, new clothes and various tools for decorating the house. But, because of high temperature that prevails outside, Eid shopping seems to be very difficult for many shoppers. In malls, shopping has become quite difficult amidst huddling crowds and traffic congestion on roads.'Uddokta Chatogram' has organised the 'Grand Eid Exhibition 2022' with the aim of providing comfortable shopping opportunities.

The exhibition began on Sunday, June 3 at the Dalia Hall of the Peninsula Hotel in Chattogram. No entry fee is required for visiting the exhibition venue which will remain open to all. Chattogram City Corporation Mayor  M Rezaul Karim Chowdhury, also a heroic freedom fighter, was the chief guest on Sunday afternoon at the two-day grand event.The colourful programme was inaugurated by Helal Akbar Chowdhury Babar, the inventor of the anti-corona booth in Bangladesh and former central deputy finance secretary of the Awami League.

At that time, he said, such a tasteful arrangement is very important and necessary to create a lively mentality. The exhibition will provide some peace in the busy life. 

The exhibition features a range of products, including clothing, jewellery, home furnishing accessories and lifestyle brands. The exhibition has been organised with 40+ premium brands.

The highlight of this event is that most of the participating entrepreneurs are women. The exhibition organised by 'Uddokta Chattogram' has given an opportunity to the entrepreneurs to participate in the exhibition totally at free of cost and to create customers for the whole year.

The exhibition is being supported by 'Women's Concept', event partner 'Lamor Event Planner', food partner 'The Grub-Box', media partner online portal 'C-Plus TV' and local 'Dainik Azadi'.