There’s no denying that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire world— economy, employment, health care, relationships. But thanks to technology and social media, its negative effects can somehow be alleviated.
The Internet has played a huge role in connecting the world despite the quarantines. Businesses have stayed afloat, laid-off employees found new jobs— and now, even trade fairs and bazaars can be accessed online! (Read: 3 Local Fruit Wines for the Wine-Loving Tita)
This year, the longest-running provincial trade fair in the country, Negros Trade Fair, is going virtual! Here’s everything you need to know about this annual fair hosted by the Association of Negros Producers:
Negros Trade Fair 2021
Last year, The Negros Trade Fair was canceled to abide by the health protocols set by the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID). But this year, all systems are go!
The 2021 Negros Trade Fair will be officially launching virtually today, May 29, and will be open until June 30. From garments, food, accessories, and jewelry, to houseware, furniture, and decor, the fair will be selling items that are proudly Negros-made.
All their products and brands will be available for your perusal on their e-commerce website, which can be accessed by everyone for the entire duration of the fair.
You may also check the official Negros Trade Fair Facebook page for updates.