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Jamshedpur : In view of the overwhelming response to the trade fair Canvas India has been extended till October 6. The fair is receiving a very good response from the customers. About 275 companies from various sectors including automobile, FMCG, construction, IT and
Telecom are participating in the Canvas India Mega Trade Fair being held at Gopal Maidan in Bistupur.
Managing Director of Canvas India Jyoti Pandey said that this is the largest ever edition of the fair with a total of 618 stalls.
Jyoti Kumar, managing director, Concern (India), said that international and national brands and manufacturers are participating in the fair. They are offering new products and products together with attractive discounts and offers.
Companies are overwhelmingly participating in the fair with an aim to offer attractive schemes to customers to boost sales. We believe that trade fairs are appropriate platform for brand promotion and woo customers in large numbers. People love to go shopping spree and what better ways to attract them than a mega trade fairs like Canvas noted Kumar.
He added that said that trade fairs have become a trend sort of thing in Jamshedpur and Canvas has added new dimension to it..