Le Marché Furniture Fair Got Cancelled and This Is Why Egyptians Want It Back
The much-anticipated annual furniture exhibition, Le Marché, has been an Egyptian favorite for years. The trademark of Tarek Nour Communications, organized by AAPIC, has made hundreds of lives easier by simply walking through the fair that presents you with everything you need from a wide range of interior designs, landscaping, garden and office furniture, kitchens to accessories such as lighting and carpeting and much more.
Yet, news came out that this year’s Le Marché has been cancelled. No one really understands what is happening but rumor has it that the decision was based on security reasons. According to Daily News Egypt, Nour attributed the cancellation to security concerns, adding that security forces of Nasr City Police Directorate evacuated the exhibition grounds and closed its doors. As much as we are concerned with everyone’s safety, we are all extremely disappointed and this is why we are praying they bring it back.
The preparations of the exhibition cost over EGP 200 million
The sales during the exhibition register EGP 300 million, and that is the definition of supporting Egypt’s economy
In only one day, you are introduced to hundreds of exhibitors, who present their flawless stylish new designs at the Cairo International Conference Center (CICC) which covers more than 200,000 square meters
Le Marché has rightfully become the ideal place for exhibiting new products that suits all kinds of budgets as the target segment is always available there
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