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Four local Companies For Pasifika Festival

Eight countries across the Pacific will form the largest ever delegation of small businesses to showcase their wares at annual Pasifika Festival, which will be held this weekend in Aucland.
22 Mar 2017 11:00
Four local Companies For Pasifika Festival

Eight countries across the Pacific will form the largest ever delegation of small businesses to showcase their wares at annual Pasifika Festival, which will be held this weekend in Aucland.

Twenty-eight companies will partipate, four of which are featured from Fiji.

 

The four companies are;

Bilo Sinai:  is the Kadavu Kava company for domestic sales and export. It was the first Fijian Kava  brand to pack its product in a ziplock log to preserve its freshness.

Living Springs, company that is engaged in the processing, packing and export of a range of commodities.

Lami Kava: sets the pace for production of premium quality kava and has been serving the market for nearly 35 years.

Aswhy Enterprise deals with timber exports, guitar backs, sustainable agriculture and civil engineering consultation works.

The companies participation is under the Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) to Market programme, an export capability building programme that combines the range of export facilitation services and expertise provided by PT&I to help export-ready and export-capable businesses from Pacific Island Forum countries to export to New Zealand.

The businesses are from the Republic of Marshall Islands, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu,Samoa, Tonga and Fiji.

The Pasifika Festival will be an opportunity to test their products to a wide cross section of the New Zealand public and visitors. Delegates will also get the chance to participate in Business to Business meetings where they will be introduced and meet potential buyers.

The two-day festival is on Saturday and Sunday this weekend at Western Springs Park, Auckland.

Feedback:  selita.bolanavanua@fijisun.com.fj

 

 

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