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First creative and innovative fair with entrepreneurs from the Houses of Culture and Creativity

The Otto de la Rocha House of Culture and Creativity brought together 40 entrepreneurs in the first fair held on World Creativity and Innovation Day, a meeting where the protagonists highlighted the unique imagination of each of their products.

This activity was attended by the Secretary of the Managua Council, Jennifer Porras López, who reported that the main objective of these activities is to train and share knowledge, so that families can undertake.

“From the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power with our Creative Economy Commission of Managua, we provide training so that they can undertake, marketing training, so that they can know how it works and how we have to register our businesses, small businesses that are giving fruit at the family level, but they are also small businesses that move the local economy,” said Porras.

The fair had the participation of entrepreneurs from the different Houses of Culture and Creativity, as well as from the capital, an opportunity where innovators exhibited their items such as jewelry, organic honey, diversity in types of coffee, crafts, embroidery, pastries, food , soft drinks, invitation making, cosmetics, event decorations, cereals, bags, clothing, paintings, crafts made from recycled material, among others.

Edith Delgado Espinoza, an innovator of artisanal embroidery, expressed her gratitude for the invitation and for the support that the Sandinista Government provides to entrepreneurs to exhibit their products.

“Bordados Artesanales Chinantlán, we offer hand towels, bath towels, baby sheet sets, a great variety in what is handmade, the initiative was born with my grandmother, she was the one who embroidered later I learned, this embroidery is being lost because now the People work with industries, but we work with pedal machines, my business is located from the Camilo Ortega monument 1 block from the lake, 15 yards up,” said Delgado.

In this exhibition, families found products at fair prices and enjoyed cultural presentations, dancing and singing.

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