Five-day long ‘BSCIC Autumn Entrepreneurs Haat’ kicked off in the city from Sunday aimed at helping CMSMEs’ product marketing.
Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) Chairman Mostaque Hassan inaugurated the haat at BSCIC headquarters at Motijheel, says a release.
BSCIC General Manager Akhil Ranjan Tarafdar, BSCIC Secretary Md Mofidul Islam were the special guests of the inaugural function.
Handicraft and cottage industry items of entrepreneurs who received training from BSCIC are on display at the 71 stalls of the haat.
Visitors will be able to buy Nakshikantha, jute goods, boutiques, jewelry, leather goods, organic foods, electronics goods and honey, among others, at the haat from 9am to 8pm until October 07. It will remain open for all.