By The Nation
The group is boasting 1,000 booths offering bargains with free shipping.
There will be electronic payment options, like QR code and Rabbit Card payments.
Highlights include the BNK48 mini-concert, fashion shows, contests and seminars and the Saha Group is recruiting staff.
The group's Pracharat Project and Blue-Flag stores operators have been invited to visit the model store at the fair to learn about professional store management and undergo training. They will also receive a Bt2,000 discount when purchasing products at the fair, said group chairman Boonsithi Chokwatana.
The event will run from today (Thursday) until July 1 from 10am to 8pm at halls 98–100.
The group has collaborated with the Ministry of Commerce and invited the operators of over 20,000 Blue-Flag stores to boost skills.
There will be sales of hand-sewn cloth bags from the Sewing Creates Jobs Project, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Phra Dabos Foundation and Lion Oral Health Promotion and Prevention.
There is also a workshop decorating hats for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy by the Pracharat Community Coalition for the Fight against Breast Cancer.