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Much awaited Numaish is here, this time an opportunity for wannabe entrepreneurs

It’s December, and so All India exhibition (Numaish) preparation at Exhibition ground is on its full swing. From amusement rides to shopping with good bargains and a variety of lip-smacking food, the annual event here offers loads of fun and frolic.

76th All India Industrial Exhibition is expected to be a major attraction in the 46-day. It is scheduled to start from January 1. People eagerly wait for the 45-day event, a unique blend of economy and culture, organized at the sprawling Exhibition Grounds in the heart of this historic city.

India Start-ups Forum for entrepreneurs is putting up a pavilion for new entrepreneurs and a team has already landed in Hyderabad.

A dedicated team would be vigilant during Exhibition and provide their services.” The team would help start-ups and those who want to become entrepreneurs with all the expertise on how to go about right from skill sets, how to market innovation, partnership agreements, business loans, preparing marketing.

Satyender Vanam, secretary, Exhibition Society says, “We are expecting a lot of young entrepreneurs to benefit from the exclusive start-up pavilion.

Officials of the Exhibition Society are hopeful that the footfalls would improve this time and the start-up pavilion would attract the youth back to the exhibition.

With a major share of nearly 2,500 stall spaces of standard dimensions will put up with open sides and corrugated zinc sheet roof overhead. Stallholders are expected to erect the stalls at their own.

Stallholders shall erect their stalls for inauguration on Jan 1st 2016 and keep them open from 3:00 pm to 10:30 pm on all days up to Feb 15th 2016.

The Industrial exhibition started in 1938 with an aim to promote industrial development in the city. In its 75th year, it is considered the mother of all carnivals and an integral part of Hyderabad’s rich culture.

It draws people not just from the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad but from other parts of Telangana and even neighbouring state.