Five Continents In Five Days -Bazaar Berlin Takes Positive Stock

Published on : Tuesday, November 14, 2017

messe berlinWhether handmade pashmina scarves from northern Kashmir, filigree Christmas cards from Vietnam or spices from the Malagasy rainforest – around 500 exhibitors from 60 countries presented their products at Bazaar Berlin on the Berlin exhibition grounds.

 

 

The international trade fair for handicrafts, jewelery, textiles and home accessories draws a positive balance after five days of the fair: around 40,000 visitors from Berlin and Brandenburg came to the 56th edition of Bazaar Berlin and were more than satisfied with the offer, according to a survey by the trade fair Berlin occupied. Accordingly, nine out of ten respondents would recommend the Bazaar Berlin and over 80 percent rated the range of services as good or very good.

 

 

Whether as a Christmas present or for yourself – jewelery was in great demand this year, Fashion and fair trade products, for which there was a separate area in Hall 15.1 with the Fairtrade Market. But also in the areas of World Market, Natural Living, Living Africa and Art + Style, exhibitors paid special attention to sustainable and fair production conditions, such as the T-shirts, backpacks and accessories at the stand of the NGO Global Project Partners, run by refugee Syrians socially disadvantaged Turkish women were made. This was well received by the visitors: on average, the private visitors spent EUR 150 at the fair. Backpacks and accessories at the stand of the NGO Global Project Partners, which were made by refugee Syrians and socially disadvantaged Turkish women. This was well received by the visitors: on average, the private visitors spent EUR 150 at the fair.

 

 

Backpacks and accessories at the stand of the NGO Global Project Partners, which were made by refugee Syrians and socially disadvantaged Turkish women. This was well received by the visitors: on average, the private visitors spent EUR 150 at the fair.
“The trade fair has a long tradition for many visitors and exhibitors,” says Barbara Mabrook, project manager at Bazaar Berlin . “Many come back every year – like our exhibitor from Nepal, Amer Lal Shrestha from Superior Arts & Handicrafts. At the age of 38, he and his wife are our longest standing exhibitors at Bazaar Berlin. However, new exhibitors such as Mira Krispil from Israel are also needed for the good mix at the trade fair – their colorful sculptures are a real eye-catcher in gray November. “The wide range of extraordinary products from all over the world makes the trade fair interesting for trade visitors too. Their number has increased by eight percent compared to the previous year.

 

 

Source:- Messe Berlin

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