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LAHORE: The Pakistan Shopping Festival to kick start from April-14 with the theme “Biggest Sale of the Year” which aims at providing the biggest whole sale shopping festival at one place.

The Event Pakistan Shopping Festival is being organised by the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry at Expo Centre, Lahore from April 14 to 20.

LCCI President Kashif Anwar said that LCCI being the pioneer and leading chamber aims to serve the business community and conduct its practices in a very professional manner. Keeping its tradition alive, LCCI management in collaboration with Brand Hub has taken the lead to organize “Pakistan Shopping Festival” from April 14-20, 2023 at Expo Centre, Lahore.

He said that the purpose of this festival is to create a soft image of our country, encourage entrepreneurs and strengthen the liaison among the business community by generating various activities.

He invited the businessmen to participate in the Pakistan Shopping Festival which comes with a host of value added marketing and advertising options. Being the part of this “Business Expo” the businessmen can market their products like no other event offers in Lahore.

The unique features of LSF-2022 are included more than 30 Thousand LCCI Members will be invited, all Trade Bodies and Trade Associations will also be invited, supported by the Government of Punjab, Exclusive Electronic, Paper Media & Social Media Coverage, Extensive Indoor and Outdoor advertising opportunities at Expo Centre & Prime Locations in Lahore City, Participation of National Celebrities from all walks of life and Verity of Sponsorship opportunities in diversified colourful events.

He said that the investors, traders, enterprises, businessmen, entrepreneurs and exporters should avail this unique opportunity. Limited Stalls are available on first-come, first-served basis.

Meanwhile, the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry and a multi-specialty dental clinic with highly advanced equipment and experienced dentists La Dental Aesthetique on Tuesday inked a Memorandum of Understan-ding (MOU).

President of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry Kashif Anwar and Chief Executive Officer of La Dental Aesthetique Dr. Maisem Javaid inked the Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of their respective organisations.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2023

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