DOING BUSINESS: Two of the women participating in the exhibition here showcasing their products. (AN photo by
Six hundred Saudi women are displaying their products and services here including Hijazi crafts, jewelry, paintings, dresses, perfumes, sweets, abayas and web design.
The three-day productive families' exhibition, being held for the second time in
Princess Mashail bint Muqrin, who launched the event on Wednesday, said it would help women make a living from their own home-based businesses and contribute to the economy.
She said many Saudi women were expanding their businesses from traditional arts and crafts to a wider range of products, which could be sold in other markets.
The event is being held with the
Eman Abdulshokor, coordinator of the event, said 600 Saudi families are exhibiting their products, and over 10,000 families are expected to attend. She said the aim of the event is to promote the products of citizens. It was an ideal time for families to visit and buy gifts for
Abdulshokor said the participants are helping to create jobs in
Abdulshokor said Princess Mashail wants to have similar events in other regions during
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