Buyers flock to the Pakistan Lifestyle furniture expo


Over ten thousand buyers visited the 35th Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition on the first day and bought goods from a long range of products, while an even larger number of buyers visited the exhibition on the second day.

People took advantage of the discount deals offered by popular brands and bought stylish designs of furniture and mattresses etc.

Two Sindh Ministers Nasir Hussain and Saeed  Ghani also visited the event. The ministers mingled with them and even Saeed Ghani issued on-spot directives to solve the problems faced by an older woman at the exhibition.

Nasir Hussain Shah said he was impressed with the organisation of such an event.He said the Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition will send an encouraging and soft image of Pakistan across the world, and would also attract international delegations.

Talking to the media, Sindh ministers sharply criticized the latest hike in fuel and electricity prices.

Chairman Commonwealth Society, Honorary Consul General of Yemen and Chairman Pak-America Business Council, Dr. Mirza Ikhtyar Baig visited the expo on Saturday.

“Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition has developed itself as an esteemed trade event in the country. A unique exhibition offering discounted deals within six months of the second Covid wave is a blessing for the people.”

He also appreciated the efforts of exhibition organizers, Faisal Mohsin and Zara Faisal, in the promotion of the local furniture industry.

Dr. Baig said the government should activate the commercial attachments abroad for the promotion of non-traditional export goods with a particular focus on African markets, which could be the launch-pad for Pakistani furniture and other non-traditional goods.

Director Pakistan Lifestyle Furniture Exhibition, Zara Faisal said the number of visitors in the first two days of the event exceeded the expectations. “The turnout will definitely surpass the foot-fall target.”


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