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Colour, creativity at BMEX

CAROL MARTINDALE, [email protected]

Colour, creativity at BMEX

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The Barbados Manufacturers Exhibition (BMEX) has moved to a new level, as exhibitors have stepped up their booth displays and layouts says Executive Director of the Barbados Manufacturers’ Association (BMA), Bobbi McKay today at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Center, during the first day of the 2013 showcase which was opened to school children.
McKay explained that what was different about the trade show this year, was not only the launch of the new product showcase which included a frozen on tray line and Mauby Milk, but also the use of colour and creativity to bring booths to an international standard.
“Exhibitors focussed on the actual build ups on the booths. Most people spent a lot of time, creatively making their booths international,” she said.
She reminded that the objective of the exhibition, which followed the 2013 theme of Innovation Through Inspiration – An explosion of Bajan Spirit, was to educate Barbadians about the wide variety of locally produced products and services and “also to celebrate what we do”.
“What is important for us is getting the information out and getting Barbadians to be as proud as we are about what we have so that they can proudly support.
Full coverage in tomorrow’s WEEKEND NATION