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CLASSY TRENDZ fashion show records big hit in Kano

The CLASSY TRENDZ, a fashion show has recorded a massive turn out during its 3rd edition grandeur convened recently in Kano. The event was supported…

The CLASSY TRENDZ, a fashion show has recorded a massive turn out during its 3rd edition grandeur convened recently in Kano.

The event was supported by Bristol Palace at Farm Centre, Kano and the Kano Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (KACCIMA).

The chief executive officer of Classy Trendz, Yusuf Mohammed Awodi enjoined participants to support local business by increasing patronage.

He added that the window for networking between participants has been opened, where they would interact, exchange contacts, ideas and discuss issues concerning their various businesses for development.

The event witnessed a massive turnout of participants, dignitaries and was ushered by a Red Carpet interview where personalities were interviewed and showcased different products and classic designs they wore.

While the networking session went on, experts in the small and medium enterprises were invited for panel discussion. They include, Khalifa Dankade the KDC Foundation, Mr Jaafar an MSME expert, Mr Jameel of saveme.ng, a banker turned Entrepreneur and others to discuss various challenges faced by SME’s in Nigeria and how to curb the issue on deck.

Various categories of awards were presented to some distinguished CEOs followed by presentation of certificates to other participants.

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