By Houda Mzioudet.
Tripoli, 1 September 2013:
The Libya Franchise Fair is being postponed to June 2014, it has been announced. It was . . .[restrict]supposed to take place on 9-11 September at the Tripoli International Fair ground.
“We’ve decided to postpone the whole event till June next year due to poor preparation for the Franchising Fair and a low participation,” Ahmed El Akkari, Managing Director of Saker Expo told the Libya Herald.
When it eventually takes place the fair will be the first of its kind in Libya with specialised local and international companies in various activities participating. Among the sectors set to be covered in the fair are fast food restaurants and cafés, car services centres, consulting services and medical and health care supplies.
Operating since 2005, Libyan company Saker Expo organises exhibitions, conferences, symposiums and trade fairs. [/restrict]