On July 22, the KOB Fest exhibition and sales fair was organized in the city of Sheki under the organization of the Small and Medium Business Development Agency (KOBİA).
At the SME Fest held on the territory of the Khan's Palace, handicrafts of the region, including pottery, net art, hat making, coppersmithing, various handicrafts, Sheki sweets, beekeeping products, non-alcoholic drinks, canned products, light industrial products were displayed and sold by the SME subjects from the city of Sheki and the surrounding regions. In general, more than 1,500 food and non-food products of about 70 micro and small business entities, as well as handicrafts of artisans and creative people, were exhibited at the fair. During the festival, master-classes in the fields of wood carving, origami, etc., as well as a cultural and entertainment program were organized.
Speaking at the event, Chairman of the Board of Directors of KOBİA Orkhan Mammadov noted that KOB Fest was held in order to support the sale of products produced by micro and small entrepreneurs, to promote local products, as well as to expand relations between manufacturers and suppliers. It was reported that the KOB Fest exhibition and sales fair held in Sheki is the seventh in number. Before that, KOB Fest was held in Baku, Ganja, Lankaran, Sumgait, Shamkir and Guba, where more than 300 SMEs presented their products and services.
Elkhan Usubov, the head of the Sheki City Executive Authority, expressed his satisfaction with the organization of the event in Sheki, and emphasized that the fair is important in terms of introducing regional products and establishing relations between local SMEs.
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