The Chamber of Commerce and Production of La Vega thanked the support of companies and the public throughout the fair.
With an increase and participation of new companies, registrations and sales agreements for over 150 million pesos and the active participation of thousands of people, the 27th version of Expo Vega Real 2023 concluded yesterday.
The multisectorial event, organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Production of La Vega, entity presided by the businesswoman Odil Morilla, was dedicated to the Customs General Directorate (DGA) and according to its organizers, it exceeded all the expectations.
Odil Morilla and Ramón de Jesús Contreras, president of Expo Vega Real 2023, expressed that the firms of greater economic movement and sales were the livestock and food sectors.
The health sectors, both public and private, banking and pharmaceutical services, the area of entrepreneurs, as well as the cultural-artistic sector, with the proposal of Raul Morilla and his video installation “Solapados” and through the Bule Workshop, an initiative of the Letty Rivera Foundation, also had a stellar participation.
“We are very happy with the results of this fair, we are proud to serve as a platform for business exchanges, massive sales to the public, with real fair offers, updated panels and novel attractions for the whole family” said Contreras while reiterating thanks to private companies, government entities and sponsors.
This year’s Expo Vega Real had the slogan “Connecting Businesses, Facilitating Trade” and additionally had activity on the digital platform through www.expovega.com, which generated thousands of visits.
During the day, the fair was visited by various personalities, business and public sector leaders, including the Minister of Agriculture Limber Cruz, the Minister of Youth, Rafael Felix Garcia, Guillermo Moreno, Adolfo Perez of Promese Cal, Jaime Senior of the National Association of Young Entrepreneurs, Sarah Despradel of United Capital, Puesto de Bolsas, Fernando Duran, Administrator of Banco Agricola, Ana Simó, among others.