ZAMBOANGA CITY – The exhibitors of the recently-held Zamboanga Peninsula Exposition (Zampex) earned P12 million, an official of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) announced Wednesday.
The Zampex was held from October 6 to 10 as part of DTI’s Jobs and Livelihood Fair dubbed as “Trabajo, Negosyo at Kabuhayan.”
Grace Aduca, DTI regional business development chief, on Wednesday said that the top sellers among more than 100 exhibitors are the Cocoturmeric Health Products of Zamboanga del Norte and the Goldensteel Iron Works of this city.
Aduca said the exhibitors managed to attain big sales as they have improved their products that attracted the visitors and buying public.
Zampex is the region’s biggest and grandest marketing platform to promote the best products of the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the region.
The products that were exhibited included jewelries, furniture and furnishing, gift, toys, and housewares, organic and nature products, processed fruits, arts and crafts, and holiday decors.
Aduca advised the exhibitors to maintain or further improve the quality of their products to attract more buyers.
She said the DTI will continue to held the MSMEs in the producing good quality products. PNA