Week of Algerian Handicraft in Poland
We organized an exhibition of Algerian handicraft. First, we solved all the bureaucratic problems connected with goods importation from Algeria. Then, we rented space in Blue City shopping center. We co-operated with stalls company to make unique stalls for this exhibition. Each stand was devoted to different aspects of handicraft, for example: traditional clothes, pottery, every day’s ceramics, artistic ceramics, silver jewelry, Berber jewelry, wool carpets, wickerwork and sweets. It means all stands were tailor-made for various products.
Next, we took care of accommodation and transfer of 15 Algerian manufacturers, and provided them with language support. We prepared an official opening ceremony cocktail party to the guests of the Algerian Embassy. This project was advertised in the media (social media e.g. Facebook and traditional media-newspapers). The highlight of this program was an Algerian folk band. The musicians wearing regional clothes played musical instruments and sang traditional songs and it was us who organized their performance.
We were proud to deliver pro-active and tailored event solutions for 300 persons from one of the biggest domestic appliances company in Poland. The venue was set in the mountains. We provided accommodation and board for 300 persons. In addition, we organized a conference and evening entertainment including exclusive dinner and DJ music. The following […]detail
We organized the end of academic year ceremony at the University of Warsaw, Department of Arab and Islam Studies. The main event utilized the historic setting of the Tyszkiewicz-Potocki Palace Ball Room. The invited guests included the members of scientific association, students and lecturers of Department of Arab and Islam Studies. The dean authorities of Department […]detail
Handicraft event was another opportunity for AG Event to show our experience and expertise in exhibiting hand-made items both from Algeria and Poland. There were 15 exhibitors from Algeria and 10 from Poland. The visitors could see and buy various products made from wicker and wood, clay and ceramics; leather and camel wool, silver and coral.detail