Both promising and thriving entrepreneurs all over the Philippines can once again showcase their outstanding local products at the upcoming three-day Aliwan Fiesta Shoppers Bazaar.
Happening from April 14 to 16 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Complex in Pasay City, the regional trade fair is part of the annual Aliwan Fiesta jointly organized by the Manila Broadcasting Company and the CCP.
Aliwan Fiesta is a grand cultural extravaganza that brings together the country’s major festivals in just a single venue.
Meanwhile, the fiesta’s shoppers bazaars guarantees the buying public with quality “pasalubong” made by the country’s finest craftsmen.
Boutiques specializing in island-themed RTW, footwear, jewelry, and accessories, along with handicraft shops, stores and restaurants selling gourmet delicacies, even fruit and flower farms are invited to take out their respective kiosks in a unified effort to highlight national pride and regional identity.
Lastly, weaving cooperatives, tribal showrooms, free-trade organizations and other NGO’s marketing local produce as part of the creative industries sector are also welcome.