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16/10/2019

Press Release | Made in Cyprus 2019

The 6th Made in Cyprus Exhibition came to a successful close on the weekend of 27-29th September.
The ‘Made in Cyprus’ Exhibition is the largest exhibition of Cypriot products and services, and took place at the Trakasol Cultural Centre in the Limassol Marina.

The Opening Ceremony was opened by the Limassol Mayor, Mr. Nicolaides, who then proceeded to carry out the ribbon cutting alongside Mr. Ghazi Abunahl, Chairman Emeritus of the World Trade Centers Association, Chairman of Nest Investments Holdings Cyprus.

The exhibition organised by World Trade Center Cyprus attracted over 9,000 visitors, who came to see the 80+ exhibitors. Amongst the variety of exhibitors were wine makers, producers of olive products, honey, dairy products, smoked meats, and beauty products. There were also exhibitors with handmade products such as furniture, jewelry, accessories, fireplaces, barbecues and more. Cypriot companies also took part in the exhibition to exhibit services such as telecommunication services, consultancy services, advertising agencies, swimming classes, flower shops and photography studios.

The 3-day event also offered traditional sweet and savory delicacies, children’s entertainment, and competitions organized for the visitors of the event to win prizes generously donated by the exhibitors.

World Trade Center Cyprus thanks the event’s supporters for their continued support and promotion of Made in Cyprus, helping the exhibition to grow every year, both in name and reputation in Cyprus and abroad.

A warm thank you to the event Sponsors, Trust International Insurance Cyprus, Prime Tel, EIMF, Areti Charidimou Law Firm, Nicolaides Winery and Deliveryman.
Media Sponsor: Alpha Cyprus
Digital Sponsor: Digital Tree

The exhibition is under the auspices of the Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry and is supported by the Limassol Municipality, the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Cyprus Employers and Industrialists Federation, the Cyprus International Business Association, the Deputy Ministry of Tourism, Limassol Marina and Limassol Tourism Board.