Batticaloa International Trade Exhibition to kick-start in October

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The 3rd Edition of Batticaloa International Trade Exhibition 2016 is scheduled to be held on 30th September, and 1st & 2nd of October 2016 at the Shivananda Vidyalaya Grounds in Batticaloa.
BITE is organized by Lanka Exhibition & Conference Services (Pvt) Ltd together with Batticaloa District Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (BDCCIA).This mega expo was one of the most colorful and most recognized events that took place in the eastern region after three decades of war. The exhibition is a major platform to develop the lifestyle in the East.
The event will feature the Construction Industry, Hospitality Industry, Food, Beverage and Packing Industry, Automobile Industry, ICT Industry, Travel & Tourism, Financial Services, Apparel & Textile, Agricultural, Consumer Goods and many others, which will be on show during the three days.BITE 2016 will be expecting over 60,000 people to visit the 3-day show. Special business delegations from business communities in Batticaloa and surrounding areas will have easy access to all the visiting exhibitors for joint ventures and partnerships. Students and young adults from Leading Schools from Eastern Province will be visiting the special education pavilion at the event.
The organizers have planned many concurrent events during the 2016 edition, some of the highlights will include a 2-day musical evening with popular artiste, children’s carnival and amusement park and much more.

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