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Molana Jalaluddin Balkhi Exhibition Led to Business for Entrepreneurs

The Molana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi Exhibition, which was held last Monday in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, has concluded.

The Balkh Chamber of Commerce and Investment stated that during this three-day exhibition, 12 agreements were signed.

Asadullah Asadi, the head of the Balkh Chamber of Commerce and Investment, said, "Over the three days, more than 5,000 people visited the exhibition. According to the stallholders, sales figures were higher compared to previous exhibitions, and 12 agreements were signed on the final day."

Most of the stalls at this exhibition were allocated to women entrepreneurs, who expressed satisfaction with receiving orders and attracting new customers.

Participant Nadia Hamidi said, "During the three days of the exhibition, we sold nearly 200 units of our products and also attracted many new customers."

Participant Mohsena Nazari said, "We are very happy. It was good, and through this exhibition, we secured two contracts. We are very pleased that the exhibition was held for women, and we hope it will be held again."

Meanwhile, some companies offered home appliances, motorcycles, and even cars as prizes to encourage visitors and attract more customers.

Mohammad Khushbakht, the manager of one of the manufacturing companies, said, "We distributed over 100 cartons of Vaseline for free to people to build trust and encourage the use of domestic products."

Ahmad Sohail Shahab, a representative of another manufacturing company, said, "Fortunately, during these three days, we had a plan for all the honorable families who bought our products, and today we distributed 50 prize packages to them."

Hashmatullah, a representative of another manufacturing company, said, "To encourage our dear customers, we offered special discounts and awarded three cars and four motorcycles to those who made the most purchases from us."

This three-day exhibition, which was organized by the International Labour Organization and held in 130 stalls, ended on Thursday evening.

According to officials from the Balkh Chamber of Commerce and Investment, more than five thousand people visited this exhibition, and sales figures increased compared to other exhibitions.

Molana Jalaluddin Balkhi Exhibition Led to Business for Entrepreneurs

The Balkh Chamber of Commerce and Investment stated that during this three-day exhibition, 12 agreements were signed.

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The Molana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi Exhibition, which was held last Monday in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, has concluded.

The Balkh Chamber of Commerce and Investment stated that during this three-day exhibition, 12 agreements were signed.

Asadullah Asadi, the head of the Balkh Chamber of Commerce and Investment, said, "Over the three days, more than 5,000 people visited the exhibition. According to the stallholders, sales figures were higher compared to previous exhibitions, and 12 agreements were signed on the final day."

Most of the stalls at this exhibition were allocated to women entrepreneurs, who expressed satisfaction with receiving orders and attracting new customers.

Participant Nadia Hamidi said, "During the three days of the exhibition, we sold nearly 200 units of our products and also attracted many new customers."

Participant Mohsena Nazari said, "We are very happy. It was good, and through this exhibition, we secured two contracts. We are very pleased that the exhibition was held for women, and we hope it will be held again."

Meanwhile, some companies offered home appliances, motorcycles, and even cars as prizes to encourage visitors and attract more customers.

Mohammad Khushbakht, the manager of one of the manufacturing companies, said, "We distributed over 100 cartons of Vaseline for free to people to build trust and encourage the use of domestic products."

Ahmad Sohail Shahab, a representative of another manufacturing company, said, "Fortunately, during these three days, we had a plan for all the honorable families who bought our products, and today we distributed 50 prize packages to them."

Hashmatullah, a representative of another manufacturing company, said, "To encourage our dear customers, we offered special discounts and awarded three cars and four motorcycles to those who made the most purchases from us."

This three-day exhibition, which was organized by the International Labour Organization and held in 130 stalls, ended on Thursday evening.

According to officials from the Balkh Chamber of Commerce and Investment, more than five thousand people visited this exhibition, and sales figures increased compared to other exhibitions.

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