‘Wow Mindanao’ trade exbit set Feb. 26-28 next year PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 October 2013 11:32

“WOW Mindanao Now Project Trade Exhibitions” has been officially scheduled on February 26 -28, 2014 at the World Trade Center in Manila.

Sitti Onggo-Vilos, organizer of the WOW Mindanao Now Trade Exhibitions”, held a meeting with embassy officials, including trade and commerce leaders and attaches of eight nations last September 17 at the World Trade Center.

The eight nations are USA, Federal Republic of Germany , United Kingdom, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia and Malaysia.

Onggo-Vilos is the owner of Mindanao Pearl Center, famous for its fabulous pearl products.

The embassy officials are Jim Mcarthy, Senior Council Officer of the US Embassy, Ebb Hinch Liffe of the  American Chamber of Commerce Phil. Inc., Christian Wegner  Commercial Chancellor of FRG, Brenda Baylon, Business Development Manager of the German Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Trade Inc., Ms. Emma Lester, Senior Trade and Investment Manager of UK, Cora Dela Cruz, Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce,  Ms. Johwan Choi  of South Korea, Tomohiro Ando of Japan and Nar Man Ahmad of Malaysia.

Onggo-Vilos said the eight embassy officials and their commerce and trade Officials assured of their support to the trade projects exhibits.

Rey Vilos, consultant of the trade exhibits, said that their meeting with the foreign officials was exclusive and only few people were chosen to attend the meeting.

“It was very fruitful meeting with the officials,” Rey Vilos said.

The mission  of WOW Mindanao Now  Project Trade Exhibitions is to promote Mindanao products, to expose and promote the talents of undiscovered skilled artists, to preserve culture and arts of Mindanaoans and also promote the undiscovered beauty of Mindanao.

The undertaking also aims to promote Mindanao locally-made products in national and international market, create jobs in the locality for the production of their products, uplift their economic status and livelihood for their families and children and boost the income of the producers and that of the government. — Allen Abastillas