En el marco del Día del Shopping y la declaratoria de emergency del sector textil, ayer se inauguró una nueva Feria Gamarra Imparable in the second floor of the Centro Comercial Mallplaza Comaswhich is promoted by the Ministry of Production (Produce) with the purpose of reactivating the production and sales of micro and small businesses (mypes).
The inauguration ceremony was attended by the executive director of the National Tu Empresa Program, Carlos Guillerhua; and the director of Mallplaza Comas, Juan Carlos García; in addition to the mypes that will be present at the fair.
En tanto, this September 24 and 25, las mypes will offer discounts of up to 60% on their products. En concreto, los clientes porgan comprar diversas prendas textiles, como jeans, blouses, polos, pijamas, zapatos, ropa deportiva y much more.
During the event, Produce expects to sell more than S/ 200,000 in favor of the 60 micro and small companies in the textile and clothing sector that will participate. This Feria de Gamarra Imparable will be open until the 23rd of October.
“Es para mi motivo de orgullo poder articular sucessamentomente con la empresa privada para aumentar la productivity de empresarios MYPE. I invite all the citizens of the northern zone to visit the Feria Gamarra Imparable in Mallplaza Comas”, commented Luis Martín Mesones Odar, vice minister of mine and industry, in the inauguration of the Feria Gamarra Imparable.
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Sobre la Feria Gamarra Imparable
The Gamarra Imparable Fair, organized by the Ministry of Production through the National Tu Empresa Program, in partnership with the commercial center Mallplaza Comas, contributes to economic reactivation. Finally, it should be noted that Produce has plans to hold six of these fairs during 2022.