Made in Nepal Expo to Kick Off on 16th March 2018. Image Source: Facebook

Made in Nepal Expo to Kick Off on 16th March 2018

Made in Nepal Expo is going to be held on 16th of March 2018 at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu. The event is going to be organized by Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs Forum (NYEF). This is the sixth edition of Made in Nepal Expo and will be a three-day event i.e. the event will start from 16th of March to the 18th.

The main purpose of the expo is to spread the message about the high-quality Nepali products and services and to raise awareness to Nepali consumers. The slogan of the event, Made in Nepal Expo is ‘Hamro Pani, Ramro Pani’. The meaning of the slogan is that the locally produced goods are decent as international goods.

Aafno bhane afnai ho. Image Source: Facebook

Aafno bhane afnai ho. Image Source: Facebook

Deepak Thapa, member of the organizing team, said that the slogan from last year’s edition had been repeated this year to highlight the use of domestic product.

The expo will feature more than 150 stalls presenting the offerings from various industries and locations across the country. The offerings in the exhibition will include products related to garments, automobiles, handicrafts, agriculture, leather, furniture, travel and tours, cottage industry, herbal products, fashion designing, music and movies. Musical events, branding launches, liaison tie-ups, endorsements and lobbies, seminars and various live performances from various stalls will also be the special feature in the exhibition.

The event, Made in Nepal Expo will be managed by The Rising Nepal and Mice International Service.

Sudarshan Basnet, chairperson of the Made in Nepal Expo said, “This year’s exhibition will be mainly geared towards raising awareness among Nepali consumers about high quality Nepali products and services. Through this expo, we wish to help Nepali companies and industries gain confidence in improving the quality of their products and services.” Furthermore, he added that the organizers use products made in Nepal in their own offices and homes and they also insists the use of domestic equipment in governmental offices.


Reference: Glocal Khabar