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Exciting Trade Bazaar at the HortiKultura 2017

HortiKultura 2017 had a lot of commercial exhibitors and trade fair participants which makes the show an exciting place to get contact especially on plants, foods, native crafts and personal care products.

bloggers, photo enthusiasts , media people who joined the tour  (photo courtesy : Mr. Gerry Suva)

A lot of the trade fair participants are small and medium scale enterprises which are just testing the waters .  We were also joined by Mr. Allan Martinez  his co-employee and Mr. Justin Joseph Basco during the later part of the tour.

Uni Writing Instruments

 Lupel Marketing Corp., exclusive Philippine distributor of Uni-Ball products of Mitsubishi Pencil Co., Japan, launched an updated website that features an interactive product browser that showcases the wide variety of quality products offered to the Philippine market.

brand ambassador

children enjoyed the coloring activity 

They have a chalk- based ball pen which is used by teenagers and children as natural hair colors . They are environment friendly and safe.

children and their parents enjoyed the fun filled drawing activity within the Hardin ng mga Bulaklak.

Uniball Pen PH also sponsored a  Uni Posca Craft bottle and pot painting activity within at the HortiKultura  2017 show.

teenagers and children enjoyed dyeing their hair using the chalk-based ball pen 

Our group enjoyed our brief stop over at the Uniball Pen booth 

For more updates and product line , Please visit the company  Facebook page.

Pawsh K9 Couture – sells colorful dress for dogs, cats and pets.

Quezon Memorial Circle is pet friendly and there are a lot of people who like dressing up their pet and have a while strolling the park.

Scents & Memories had a nice tagline ” More than Scent” – They have different line of interesting and useful products .

Leo-(Lemon Grass Essential Oil) Aircon in a Bottle , which make you cool for more than 1 hour , Spa in a bottle, Essential Oils , Fragrance Oil ( humidifier and revitalisor) and Multipurpose Cleaner.

Ms. Jovi Arcilla -Caoile point at one of the company’s best seller product

They are also open for those people who wanted to some business dealership of their products.

Address: 31 Acacia Street , Evergreen , Executive Village , San Roque , Antipolo City , 1870

Mobile : 0917-9193462/ 09335047149

Landline: (02) 50440627

home made cookies for sale

Villar Foundation

Villar Sipag Foundation gave away 1 sack free organic compost to visitors of the garden show .

There are a lot of trade fair fair exhibitors some from Visayas and Mindanao areas. There are more than 120 booths at the show . Some are already open for business as early as 7:00am . The show is until February 15, 2017.

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1st Quezon City Inventor’s Exposition and Trade Fair

The 1st QC Filipino Inventors Expo and Trade Fair was held at the Quezon City Hall Risen Garden last November 15 – 21, 2010. The expo and trade fair is a project of the Mayor, Vice Mayor and the Filipino Inventors Society. The event secretariat is the Sikap Buhay Entrepreneurship and Cooperative Office.

tarpaulin poster of the event

This trade fair wanted to showcase  the Filipino inventors that have  drawn on their resourcefulness to survive even the direst of circumstances. Their ingenuity has also come to the fore to provide creative solutions to persistent problems. This inventiveness is world renown- with creations that have been showcased all around the world, and even further- with the Philippine invented buggy used on the first moon landing.

In recognition of this spirit,  Quezon City Mayor Herbert M. Bautista and Vice Mayor Joy G. Belmonte had spearhead the 1st QC Filipino Inventors Expo and Trade Fair within the Quezon City Hall grounds. This initiative intends to extend support to the country’s diverse pool of inventors, as well as the small and medium enterprises that they have established.

laminated shell blocks intended for kitchen sink

The exhibit is co-sponsored by the Filipino Inventor’s Society (FIS), an organization of Filipino inventors established in 1943.  The event is in line with their celebration of Philippine national inventor’s week.

crowd attending their daily lectures

The week long exhibit  showcase more than 80  exhibitor booths from  the Filipino inventor and those who manufacture various herbal supplements , in categories ranging from infrastructure and construction, alternative energy sources, food and nutrition and health and wellness products.

Mr. Ricardo Mijares posed for his tin can flower art

Mr.Ricardo Mijares started recycling tin can several years ago as a hobby, in 2004 when people in his neighborhood notice how intricate his works started buying from him. Now , he usually makes 100 to 200 pieces  a day , a bulk of which are for export .

“It was an odd hobby,” he said. Collecting and recycling tin cans, artistically shaping them into cut flowers which he called “new species” of flower decorations. Tin cans are thrown almost everywhere , Now we had to just collect them and fashion these things into decorative items.

Despite hardships , For those who want to make a difference in any productive and income-generating ways they can, Mr.  Mijares, 48 said.

Philippine Daily Inquirer article which featured Mr. Mijares  tin can business were proudly displayed

Mijares decided to continue the business with the help of the Filipino Investors Society Inc. and other NGO groups  which assisted him in looking for local and foreign buyers.  “If you want to succeed, no matter how modest, you have to love what you are doing, leave to the back burner the profit motive, pray hard and God will take care of the rest,” Mijares said.

INVRICKS – exhibit booth of Mr. Ricardo Mijares

A number of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) from Germany, Japan, South Korea , Hong Kong and United States  have also placed their orders.

Prices range from as low as Php 10.00 per item to as much as several thousand of pesos, depending on how intricate the tin can flower arrangement  .

The exhibit  likewise double as a trade fair, where these inventions will be marketed to potential investors and the general public.

Fashion Accesories and Beauty Bazaar

 

FAB poster

Fashion  Accessories and Beauty Bazaar or (FAB 2010) was held from October 6 to 10, 2010 at the World Trade Center tent area which caters to the young yuppies out for seeking new fashion trends , but when it is utilized as a tool for world change then it becomes timeless.

Filipino designers aimed for when their works were paraded at the recently-held “The Elite Fashion Show” of the Fashion, Accessories and Beauty Bazaar (FAB).

Held recently at the East Wing Area of the World Trade Center, the fashion shows were part of the bazaar’s activities for the benefit of ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.’s E-Media program—a program that provides alternative education for children in remote provinces.

Fashion dress using ethnic designs exhibited by members of Fashion Institute of the Philippines

One of the creative forces fighting for this cause is featured designer for the finale, Jun Escario, a 32-year old visionary that has helped shape the fashion landscape in his hometown, Cebu. Seen and expected to influence the direction of future Philippine fashion, this designer has gained national recognition for his ideas, original identity, and contribution to Philippine fashion at a young age.

Believing that the youth holds potential to bring change, he has a heart for programs that advocate education for children, especially those in far-flung provinces in order to give them a chance to develop their talents.

Escario hopes to adopt a hometown school as his way of giving back to the community that played an important role in making him who he is today. “I know someday, these children will grow up to be my hometown’s source of pride,” he beamed.

Arnel Papa creation using indigenous materials and designs for his fashion accessories

Arnel Papa creative jewelry works guarantees each and every fashionista the elegance and the stylish look without losing the natural feel of the everybody trend in life today. His masterpieces and collections include stylish accessories and art pieces that prove to be a picture of masterpiece in motion that truly would be an eye cather to everyone!

Other illustrious and passionate designers who showcased their top-notch Filipino artistry were House of Vanita; the Fashion Institute of the Philippines through Anj Calvo, Apple Baltazar, Aram Loe, Argie Salango, Atina Celine, Bernadette Mercado, Daisymae Lopez, Ernest Lingad, Honey Purrugan Hernandez, Jearson Demaviras, Jhoey Saldua, Joel Bagon, Joie Marie Magsayo, Joon Ascano, Miguel Amante, MJ Almenanza, Portia Reantaso, and Shandy Cabase; and renowned designer-stylists like Arnel Papa, and Ruel Rivera.

There were over 100 commercial exhibitors mostly fashion items, accessories , fashion jewelries, toys and among other things. The event had a small fashion show which caters the young and budding talented fashion designers of the country.

Other highlights of the bazaar is an area outside the tent venue were visitors can pose a photograph  session similar to any fashion event for a minimal fee.

organic bath soap and lotion by a Filipino- Chinese entrepreneur of Quezon City , The family of this entrepreneur is said to have a water franchising business outlets all over the country.

FAB wouldn’t be called a bazaar without the shopping. Men and women alike stepped into the limelight by availing of clothing, accessories, fashion jewelry, footwear, leather goods, home items, perfumes, bath and body merchandise, beauty products, makeup, and food at the best deals.

4th Marpe Health & Wellness Show 2010

Event: 4th MARPE Health and Wellness Show

Date: October 22 to 24, 2010

Venue: SM Megamall – Megatrade Hall 2

Address:
Chamber of Herbal Industries of the Phlippines Secretariat:
Mezzanine Flr., Strata 300 Bldg. P. Guevarra Street San Juan 1500 Philippines

Landlines:
(63 2) 703-0799 / 584-6241 / 725-6470

FAX:
(63 2) 584-6241 / 725-6470

Email:
sec@chipi.org.ph

Sponsored by the Department of Trade and Industries , organized by  Chamber of Herbal Industries of the Philippines.

Photo World Asia 2010

poster of Photo World Asia 2010


old camera on display

The trade show for PhotoWorld Asia 2010 was open to the public for free. The public was able to  view the latest cameras, gadgets and other photographic equipment at the various booths and stalls of the participating exhibitors. The trade show will also feature an exhibition of vintage cameras and a display of iconic images that chronicle various historical moments.

Activity Center- Glorietta, Makati

PhotoWorld Asia 2010 reels off on January 28, 2010  to February 2, 2010 at the Glorietta, Ayala Center in Makati!

PhotoWorld Asia 2010  have four separate venues:

  1. The ACCM, AIM Conference Center Makati, for the seminars and workshops.
  2. The Glorietta Activity Center as main exhibition area for the photography industry trade show.
  3. The Art Space, 3rd Floor at Glorietta 4 for the collection of antiquarian photographs and vintage cameras.
  4. The Glorietta 5 for more trade exhibitions.

On Thursday, January 28, 2010, there was three formal openings:

  1. 3:00 pm for the trade exhibits at Glorietta 5;
  2. 4:30 pm at the Art Space, 3rd floor, Glorietta 4 for the exhibits of old photographs and vintage camera collections;
  3. 6:00 pm at the Glorietta Activity Center for the ribbon cutting followed by booth visitations.

Photo exhibit at the lobby of Glorietta 5

The event was attended by executives of the country’s major suppliers and manufacturers of photographic and digital imaging products including Canon Marketing (Philippines), Panasonic, Sanyo, Olympus, Noritsu, YKL Color/Fujifilm Philippines, Euro Color, Henry’s Camera Supply and JT Photoworld, among many others.

Theme for this year’s PhotoWorld Asia 2010 is “Philippine Photography in Changing Times.”

Tourism Director Cynthia Lazo, Sculptor Ramon Orlina and Pianist Ingrid Santamaria have been invited to grace the opening of PhotoWorld Asia 2010. The trade show,  is open to the public for free.

The educational series – workshops and seminars by master photographers – was held at the ACCM, Asian Institute of Management Conference Center in Makati from January 29 to February 1, 2010. It will feature world renowned photographers Manny Librodo and Kevin Ames as headline speakers, with the special participation of top fashion photographer Raymond Isaac during the hands on shoot in Taal, Batangas.

Other speakers include John Silva who will lecture on 19th and early 20th century Philippine photographs, Isa Lorenzo on Black & White photography, Hugo Yonzon III on harnessing the creative energy, Bernie Ledesma on strobist techniques, John Tronco on wedding photography, Raul Echivarre on the Zen of photography, Jason Magbanua on videography, Indonesian Kristupa Saragih on travel photography and Singaporean Eddie Ng on bridging photo communities.

Manila International F.A.M.E

A Burst of Colors, Creative Energy, and Artistic Vibe

50th Manila International F.A.M.E gallery of posters (WTC lobby)


Be dazzled by the explosion of colors, creativity, and artistry at Asia’s Best Design Destination where designs reverberate with character and ingenuity distinct to the Philippines. With the rich and colorful tapestry of Filipino culture, it is not surprising that the country’s design industry is as vibrant and energetic as the Filipino way of life. Uniquely blended, it is Western in mind, Asian in spirit, Latin in soul.

To be inspired, Filipinos need only to look to nature as they are surrounded by beauty. The textures, shapes, and hues, readily available become mediums that are transformed into masterful works of art.

Discover Philippine designs presented with bright smiles and experience first hand world-renowned Filipino warmth and hospitality only at Manila F.A.M.E. International.

VISITOR PROFILE

Overseas and local trade visitors representing importers, wholesalers, distributors, trading firms, merchandising agents, buying offices, department stores, mail-order houses.

SHOW RULES

  • Business attire is encouraged
  • Registration required upon entry
  • Guests below 12 years old are not allowed in the exhibit areas
  • Sketching and picture taking are not allowed without prior consent from the exhibitor
  • CITEM reserves the right to refuse admission to any visitor who does not comply with the show rules